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Nandrolone D is used to treat the following diseases: renal anemia (hemoglobin and cell mass increase), diabetic retinopathy, mayo dystrophy, Werdnig-Hoffmann spinal amyotrophy, breast cancer, glomerulonephritis, extensive burns, and osteoporosis.
Nandrolone Decanoate is not indicated to be used by people who have: cancer of the prostate, breast cancers (possibly men or perhaps female), those that allergies to anabolic drugs, individuals with cancer and also large levels of calcium supplement, pregnant females.
Nandrolone Decanoate is given as an intramuscular injection.
In the anemia therapy – 10-20 ml in men, (females – 5-10 ml) one time per week; to stimulate anabolic processes – 5-20 ml (women – 5-10 ml) one time in 1 – 4 weeks, for children at 2 to 13 years – 0.04 ml / kg every 3-4 weeks. The entire cycle of therapy lasts – up to 12 weeks, repeated treatment – above 8 weeks after the last administration of the medicine. The cure is given on the background of a diet rich in protein.
The medicine is used to treat anemia caused by kidney problems. It may also be used to treat other diseases as determined by your doctor. Nandrolone is an anabolic steroid. It acts by increasing the growth of certain tissues in the body and improves the oxygen-carrying ability of blood by increasing hemoglobin and the size of red blood cells.
At the first signs of virilization of patients (voice deepening, hirsutism, acne, clitoromegaly) administration should be discontinued to prevent unavoidable effects. It may happen the elimination of coagulation plasma factors II, VII, IX and X and increasing prothrombin time. Treatment in children should be made by an experienced doctor to avoid early epiphyseal bone calcification.
Call your doctor if any of these general side effects continue: ankle swelling; baldness; breast growth; change in skin color; diarrhea; excitement; increase or decrease in sex drive; nausea; sleeplessness; swelling of the feet or ankles; vomiting.
After puberty: bladder irritation; fertility problems; inability to achieve an erection; testicle problems.
Call for medical help immediately if any of these serious side effects occur: severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue); acne, especially in women; behavior or emotional changes; dark urine; deepening of the voice in women; difficulty breathing, especially when lying down; enlarged sex organ (clitoris); increase in facial or body hair in women; menstrual changes; pain, redness, or swelling at the injection site; tenderness or swelling in the abdomen; yellowing of the skin or eyes. Before puberty: increased frequency of erections; penile enlargement. After puberty: frequent, painful erections.
Call for emergency help if an overdose situation happened