Masteron – Mastabol Inject Information
Purpose Active Ingredient
Injectable catabolic steroid hormone Steroid drostanolone propionate
Masteron, Mastabol, Mastabolic, Mast, Masto, Drolban, Masterid, Masteril, Mastisol, Metormon, Permastril, Dromostan, Emdisterone, Masterone, Metholone
Masteron General Information
Masteron is quite similar to testosterone as it is a potent synthetic androgenic anabolic steroid. Masteron is recommended to patients suffering from recurring breast cancer post menopause. It works effectively as a part of a combined hormone therapy.
Masteron is a male hormone or a synthetic androgen which is like testosterone. Masteron functions properly by aligning itself to androgen receptors. As a result it gets involved in interactions those parts of the cell that are associated with the manufacture of proteins. It affects the body by either bringing about an increase or decrease in the synthesis of some proteins. These proteins affect the system in various ways including triggering the manufacture of red blood cells, stimulating and enhancing cells that are responsible for male sexual characteristics and even blocking the development of breast cancer cells.
Masteron for patients
Patients should inform and seek immediate medical attention if any of the following conditions develop:
- Vomiting, nausea, swelling of ankles and even change in skin color
- Alerts for men include persistent or frequent erections and women are cautioned against acne, any hoarseness, increase in facial hair or erratic or alterations in menstrual cycles or periods.
Use of androgens may induce extra-sensitivity to oral anticoagulants. You may need to bring down the dosage of anticoagulant so that adequate therapeutic hypoprothrombinemia may be sustained.
When oxyphenbutazone is administered simultaneously with androgens there could be a rise in the serum levels of oxyphenbutazone.
The metabolic effects or androgens may bring about a drop in the blood glucose level and this may lead to lower insulin requirements.
- Inpatients with severe hepatic, renal or cardiac disease.
- In patients who are allergic or hypersensitive to the drug.
- In case of male patients who are suspected to suffer from carcinoma of the prostate gland.
- In male patients having carcinoma of the breast.
- In pregnant women or those suspected to be pregnant.
Mechanism of Action:
Masteron is referred to as a synthetic androgenic anabolic steroid. It is considered to be five times as potent when compared to natural methyl testosterone. Drostanolone is known for binding with the androgen receptor quite in the same manner as the testosterone and the rest of the androgenic hormones. It is responsible for the retention of potassium, phosphorous and nitrogen. It is also liable to reduce amino acid catabolism and escalate protein anabolism. Drostanolone is known for its anti-tumor activity that has some connection with the drop or competitive inhibition of estrogen or prolactin receptors.
Additional information about Masteron
Masteron Indication: Effective drug for women who are over a year, but less than five years postmenopausal and suffer from recurring mammary cancer that respond positively to androgen therapy.
Generic Name: Dromostanolone
Synonyms: MDHT; 2MDTP; 2M-DHTP; Dromostanolone propionate; Medrotestron propionate; Drostanolone propionate; Drostanolone; Blackburn Compound
Other Brand Names containing Dromostanolone: Emdisterone; Drolban; Masteril; Masterid; Masterone; Masteron; Permastril; Metholone
Drug Type: Small Molecule; Approved; Illicit
Drug Category: Antineoplastic Agents, Anabolic Agents; Hormonal
Chemical Formula: C23H36O3
Absorption: absorption is good post parenteral administration.
Toxicity (Overdose): Side effects include fluid retention, acne, virilization (masculine traits in women) and hypercalcemia.
Toxicity (Overdose): Side effects include development of masculine traits in females), acne, fluid retention, and hypercalcemia.