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Testosterone Undecanoate (Oral)

Posted on 01 September 2010 by admin

Proprietary names:

Andriol (40 mg)
Androxon (40 mg)
Pantestone (40 mg)
Restandol (40 mg)
Understor (40 mg)
Virigen (40 mg)

Therapeutic dose:

40–120 mg daily

Description

Testosterone undecanoate is a relatively new AS, having only been available for the past 15 years. It is an oral AS that is not 17-alpha-alkylated and therefore does not have a strong association with liver dysfunction.

Street information

Testosterone undecanoate remains effective in the system for only a few hours and has a particularly short half-life. Many users feel it promotes rapid strength and weight gains. It has a reputation for minimal LH and FSH suppression together with little aromatization. It is considered to virilize easily, making it unpopular with female steroid users.

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