Adults-One to two tablets once a day.
Children-Use is not recommended.
Who can’t takes:
Have liver disease.
Have or have had breast or uterine cancer.
Have high cholesterol or heart disease.
Could become pregnant. it may cause a female fetus to develop male traits.
Follow all directions on your prescription label. Your doctor may occasionally change your dose to make sure you get the best results. Do not take this medicine in larger or smaller amounts or for longer than recommended.
While using methyltestosterone, you may need frequent blood tests.Methyltestosterone can affect bone growth in boys who are treated for delayed puberty. Bone development may need to be checked with x-rays every 6 months during treatment.Store at room temperature away from moisture and heat.
More Info about Methyltestosterone:
1. Methyltestosterone is an orally available form of the primary male androgen testosterone. Looking at the structure of this steroid, we see it is basically just testosterone with an added methyl group at the c-17 alpha position (a c-17 alpha alkylated substance), which allows for oral administration. The action of this steroid is moderately anabolic and androgenic, with high estrogenic activity due to its aromatization to 17-alpha methyl estradiol.
2. Methyltestosterone is a very crude synthetic derivative of testosterone.Methyltestosterone has a short half-life, about 2.5 hours, and because of this, the drug needs to be taken frequently to have any real effect on muscle anabolism.
3. Methyltestosterone is converted by aromatase to the long-lived estrogen, methylestradiol. However, methyltestosterone is a fairly potent inhibitor of the aromatase enzyme, so, with continued use, estrogenicity peaks and then decreases, however, when methyltestosterone is stopped, there can be a rebound estrogenic effect.
4. The binding affinity of methyltestosterone is about equal to that of testosterone, however, the longer plasma half-life and the conversion to methylDHT result in a drug that has an anabolic to androgenic ratio of about 1 to 13,Methyltestosterone has been shown in the scientific literature to be a direct antagonist of the glucocorticoid receptor.
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