Anavar side effects on sperm

• Acne (especially for prepubertal males and females)
• Bladder irritability
• Changes in alkaline phosphatase
• Changes in libido
• Chronic priapism
• Depression
• Epididymitis
• Excitation
• Habituation
• Impotence
• Increases in aspartate aminotransferase (AST, SGOT), serum bilirubin, and alanine aminotransferase (ALT, SGPT)
• Inhibition of testicular function
• Insomnia
• Retention of serum electrolytes (calcium, phosphate, potassium and sodium chloride)
• Testicular atrophy and oligospermia

The above SARMs are alphanumerical because they have not been clinically and legally approved still. They are sold only in the name ‘for research purpose only’ and ‘not fit for human consumption’ as the tests have been still going on. Now a days, steroids are being rapidly used but the SARMs are found to be a better alternative for it as steroids produces unwanted harmful ill-effects such as growth of hair in undesired parts of the body, causing ball-shrinkage and liver destruction etc… But none of these effects are produced by SARMs. SARMs increases the cell division,works upon only the selective tissue, increases libido which in turn increases the stimulation of sex hormones. SARMs work simply by working upon the hormones of our body. Though playing with our hormones is quite a risk, it doesn’t seem to produce much ill-effects. It is non toxic and it causes no bone loss. It causes no damage to the prostrate and it doesn’t convert the estrogen (as opposed to Androgens ). But it reduces the natural secretion of testosterone and said to have an unhealthy effect on the endocrine. There is much risk involved in the consumption of these pills as it is not legally approved. So it is suitable only for the people who like to experiment with their body as the results can be unpredictable.

Anavar side effects on sperm

anavar side effects on sperm


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