Testosterone Suspension profile
Testosterone Suspension is pure testosterone without an ester attached to it. It is called suspension because the testosterone is suspended in water instead of oil. Without an ester, testosterone acts quickly in the bloodstream and also leaves the bloodstream quickly, making frequent injections necessary to maintain an adequate dose to see good results.
Testosterone Suspension acts the same way the body’s natural testosterone acts – to build muscle and trigger other male characteristics such as deepened voice, facial hair, etc. This comes at a price with a high rate of aromatization, as pure testosterone will convert to estrogen quickly as well. Users can expect great results from Testosterone Suspension with little to no water retention which is why this is a popular drug with bodybuilders.
Testosterone Suspension usage and dosage
Because of its short, active life in the body, Testosterone Suspension is often stacked with other testosterone products that contain an ester as a booster, rather than a stand-alone drug. Also, injections of Testosterone Suspension are quite painful because they do not contain any oil to ease the injection site. Users who want to inject just testosterone Suspension will combine the drug with some B12 to ease the pain of injections.
Because of the high rate of conversion to estrogen, testosterone Suspension must be used in conjunction with an aromatose inhibitor such as Arimidex to prevent estrogen-related side effects like gynocomastia.
Testosterone Suspension side effects
Testosterone Suspension has the same side effects as all testosterone products – testicular atrophy, gynocomastia, acne, hair loss, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and water retention. For women, the chances of permanent virilization are extremely high, making Testosterone Suspension a poor choice for female athletes.
Testosterone Suspension research
Testosterone has been researched for a variety of medical and commercial uses ever since the hormone was discovered. Any research into the use of testosterone is applicable to Testosterone Suspension research.