Interestingly, Trenavar and Trenbolone – also known as “Tren” – are so alike that cycling with this prohormone will actually lead to the stimulation of the naturally active trenbolone in the body, leading to greater vascularity, faster loss of fat as well as considerable boosts in size and strength. This is because Trenavar targets the 17b-Hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase type 1 (17b-HSD1) when it gets metabolized by the body. As soon as the compound of Trenavar gets hydrogenated inside the system, its conversion into Trenbolone takes place.
Possible effects include cardiomyopathy; increased LDL and decreased HDL cholesterol; increased platelet aggregation; increased blood pressure; gynecomastia (male development of large mammary glands); acne; hair loss; hirsutism (excess body hair) in females; cholestasis (a liver disorder); liver cancer; fatty liver; testicular atrophy; erectile dysfunction; prostate disease; breast atropy (females); virilization in females; menstrual changes; aggression, anxiety, psychosis (“’roid rage”), and depression. 1,13,17-19 Androstenedione may, however, raise serum testosterone levels in women. 19
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