Hi, this is in reference to the article How Much Is Too Much? on the 2nd issue of the first volume.
I was wondering about a particular type of testosterone, Sustanon. The article didn’t specify but by taking Sustanon will it reduce the chances of balding significantly as compared to the other forms of testosterone? Also does it take a longer time for the androgenizing effects to take place in Sustanon? How is it different from cypionate and enanthate?
Another question is, for the androgen trenbolone, how can I go about looking for it? Is it readily available in europe?
Thanks for you taking the time out to answer these questions.
Sustanon is a blend of four different testosterone esters with four different half lives. The big difference between Sustanon and cypionate and enanthate is that Sustanon contains a short chain ester (propionate) of testosterone which begins acting to a significant degree almost immediately, within a day or so. It also has a decanoate ester, which is comparable in its half life to cypionate. So Sustanon’s androgenic effects happen more rapidly than any other testosterone injectable with the exception of testosterone propionate itself.
Unfortunately, when it comes to side effects, testosterone is testosterone. Taking Sustanon won’t reduce your hair loss. The only way to do that is to switch to an androgen that isn’t as androgenic or that cannot metabolize to an androgenic compound. Taking drugs that are intended to slow male pattern baldness should help, too — your doctor will be able to guide you with that.
I don’t know if it’s readily available, but the last I heard it was definitely available in France. If you live in the US I don’t think you can import it without a doctor’s prescription, and I’m not sure if doctors are allowed to prescribe it. You’ll have to check with your physician on that one.
Hope this helps!