As well as being one of the most androgenic compounds, mibolerone is also one of the most toxic. The most common side effect is progesterone related gynecomastia because it is a 19 nor-androgen. It can also severely affect liver function because it is a 17AA compound. Use with other 17AA compounds can be extremely damaging to the liver. If used in low doses (less than 2 weeks), there are very few, if any anabolic effects. When used short term, natural testosterone will return to normal levels very quickly. However, if use surpasses 2 weeks there is an extremely high risk for liver damage and natural testosterone suppression because it is an LH blocker. Also, this compound does not convert into estrogen; therefore, progesterone production is increased.
Other side effects include hypertension which increases the chances of the user developing diseases of the heart. Having said that, those who already have hypertension or who have a high chance of developing it need to watch out when using Mibolerone. A low testosterone supply in men caused by Mibolerone could lead to loss of muscle and subsequent loss of strength. While there are a lot of benefits that can be gained from using Mibolerone there are a lot of losses as well. If aggression is not well directed, it could lead to a lot of altercations with the law, stress and depression as well as potential suicide. Care should be taken to avoid this.
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