|Brand Name||Testosterone Mix|
|Packaging||10 Ampoules of 1ml (250mg/ml)|
|Delivery Time||10 to 15 working days|
What is Sustanon 250?
Sustanon 250 (Testosterone Mix) is a clear pale-yellow solution for injection containing the active substance testosterone in four different forms (250 mg / ml). The active ingredient in Sustanon 250 is converted to testosterone in the body. Testosterone is a natural male hormone called androgen.
In men, testosterone is produced by the testicles. It is necessary for normal male genital growth, development, function, and secondary male sexual characteristics. It is required for hair growth, bone and muscle development and stimulates the production of red blood cells. The male voice also deepens.
What is it Sustanon 250 for sale used for?
Sustanon 250 (Testosterone mix) is used in adult men for testosterone replacement to treat various health conditions caused by testosterone deficiency (male hypogonadism). This should be confirmed by two separate blood testosterone measurements, including clinical symptoms such as impotence, infertility, decreased libido, malaise, depression, and low levels of hormonal bone loss.
It can also be used as supportive care for transsexuals from female to male.
What you need to know before you take Sustanon 250 cycle?
Do not take Sustanon 250:
- If you are pregnant or think you are pregnant.
- If there is or exists cancer of the prostate or breast, or if any of these cancers are suspected.
- Children under 3 years old.
- If you are allergic to testosterone or any of the other ingredients of this medicine.
- If you are allergic to peanuts or soya.
Contents of the pack and other information
What Sustanon 250 contains
The active substance is:
Each milliliter of the oily solution contains the following
Testosterone propionate, 30 mg
Testosterone phenylpropionate, 60 mg
Testosterone isocaproate, 60 mg
Testosterone decanoate, 100 mg
Other medicines and Sustanon 250
Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking, have recently taken, or may be taking other medications, including unprescribed medications.
Other medications may affect the effectiveness of Sustanon 250 may affect other medications.
Therefore, you should tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are using or intend to use it.
Insulin and / or other glycemic control drugs;
Drugs that reduce blood coagulation (anticoagulants);
Some medicines that change the number of enzymes made by the liver, such as. A drug used to treat epilepsy (phenobarbital).
These medications can affect your body’s testosterone levels and your doctor may need to adjust the dose or frequency of your Sustanon 250.
Androgens such as Sustanon 250 can be used to reduce the dose of these drugs.
Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are or are about to use ACTH hormones or corticosteroids (used to treat various conditions such as rheumatism, arthritis, allergies, and asthma). Androgens such as Sustanon can increase the risk of water retention, especially if the heart and liver are not functioning properly.
Androgens can also affect the results of some clinical tests (such as the thyroid gland). Therefore, you should tell your doctor or laboratory staff who are doing the test that you are using this medicine.
Food and drink and Sustanon 250
This medicine can be injected regardless of food or drink.
Pregnancy, breastfeeding, fertility
Sustanon 250 should not be taken by pregnant or suspected pregnant women or lactating women.
In men, Sustanon 250 treatment can cause infertility problems by suppressing spermatogenesis.
In women, treatment with this drug can cause an irregular or absent menstrual cycle.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, pregnant or planning to become pregnant, consult your doctor or pharmacist before taking this medicine.
Machine operation and use
As far as we know, this medicine does not affect the operation or use of the machine.
Sustanon 250 contains peanut oil (peanut oil) and benzyl alcohol
This medicine also includes:
Peanut Oil (Peanut Oil)-Do not use this medicine if you are allergic to peanuts or soybeans.
Benzyl alcohol (100 mg / ml of solution)-Products containing benzyl alcohol should not be given to premature babies or newborns. Benzyl alcohol can cause toxic and allergic reactions in infants and children up to 3 years of age.
For patients participating in competitions organized by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), Sustanon 250 may interfere with doping tests and the WADA code should be referenced before using this drug.
Overuse of this drug to enhance athletic performance carries serious health risks and is not recommended.
Addiction and Abuse
This medicine should only be given by your doctor or nurse and should be used as instructed by your doctor. Abuse of testosterone leads to serious heart and vascular (possibly fatal), mental and/or liver health problems, especially when this drug is used alone or in combination with other anabolic androgenic steroids.
People who abuse testosterone can become addicted and experience withdrawal symptoms if the dose is changed significantly or stopped immediately. Do not abuse this drug alone or with other anabolic androgenic steroids as it carries serious health risks.
Warnings and Precautions
If you notice any signs of virilization (for example, decreased voice or increased body or facial hair), see your doctor right away.
Treatment with androgens such as testosterone can increase the size of the prostate, especially in older men. Therefore, doctors regularly examine the prostate with a rectal exam (DRE) and a blood test for prostate specific antigen (PSA).
In addition, regular blood tests are done to check for oxygen-carrying substances (hemoglobin) in red blood cells. In very rare cases, too many red blood cells can lead to complications.
The following blood tests should be performed by a doctor before and during treatment: blood testosterone levels, complete blood count.
In other conditions, a medical examination may be required.
If you have taken, are still taking or suspect that you are taking this medicine, consult your doctor or pharmacist before starting to use this medicine.
- Breast cancer that has spread to the bones
- kidney or lung cancer;
- heart disease;
- kidney disease;
- liver disease;
- High blood pressure
- Diabetic sugar;
- Prostate disorders such as problems passing urine
Blood clotting problems – thromophilia (abnormal blood clotting which increases the risk of intravascular thrombosis-thrombosis).
Factors that increase the risk of blood clots in the vein: History of intravenous blood clots. to smoke; obesity; cancer; immobility; if someone close to you is young (for example, less than 50 years old) and has blood clots in their legs, lungs or other organs. Or when you get older.
How to recognize a blood clot: painful swelling in one leg or sudden change in skin color (for example, paleness, redness or bluishness, sudden shortness of breath, sudden and unexplained cough, which can cause sudden onset blood or chest pain, dizziness or lightheadedness, severe stomach pain, or sudden loss of vision If any of these symptoms occur, seek emergency medical attention.
If you suffer from severe heart, liver or kidney disease, treatment with Sustanon 250 can lead to serious complications in the form of fluid retention in the body, which can be accompanied by (congestive) heart failure.
Tell your doctor if you have high blood pressure or are being treated for high blood pressure, as testosterone can cause your blood pressure to rise.
If you suffer from sleep apnea (temporary interruption of breathing during sleep), the use of products containing testosterone can make it worse. If this worries you, tell your doctor. If you are overweight or have chronic lung disease, you may need further monitoring from your doctor.
During treatment, also tell your doctor:
If you are a female to male transsexual. Before starting treatment, you need to undergo a special evaluation, including a psychiatric evaluation.
If you are transgender, you have a personal or family history of breast cancer and a personal history of endometrial cancer.
Children and adolescents
The safety and efficacy of this drug have not been fully determined in children and adolescents. Treatment of children and adolescents requires additional medical supervision, as administration of testosterone usually causes early sexual development and can limit growth.
Blood tests can be affected.
For female-to-male transsexuals, Sustanon 250 can be given as part of a treatment program that includes surgery.
How to administer Sustanon 250?
This medicine should only be given by a doctor or nurse. The injections are made deep into the muscles (e.g. buttocks, upper limbs, arms, etc.). The dose depends on your disease and its severity. Your doctor will determine the dose.
The usual dose is 1 ml per injection every 3 weeks.
If you feel this medicine is too strong or too weak, talk to your doctor or nurse straight away.
Use in children and adolescents
The safety and effectiveness of this medication have not been fully determined in children and adolescents. Prepubescent children using this medicine will be monitored by their.
If you use more Sustanon 250 than you should
Your doctor or nurse will inject you with this medicine. If you think this medicine is too effective, talk to your doctor or nurse straight away.
The following effects may occur:
Frequent erections in men;
Changes in red blood cells that can be monitored by a doctor (erythrocytosis).
If you forget to have a Sustanon 250 injection
Your doctor or nurse will inject you with this medicine. If you miss a scheduled injection, contact your doctor or nurse as soon as possible. Do not inject two doses to make up for a missed individual dose.
If you stop taking Sustanon 250
The effect of this drug does not stop immediately after discontinuation, but gradually decreases.
If you stop taking this medicine, the complaints you felt before the treatment may return within a few weeks.
Ask your doctor or pharmacist if you have any further questions on the use of this medicine.
Adults (female-to-male transsexuals)
Dosages range from one 1ml injection every two weeks to one 1ml injection every four weeks.
Possible side effects
Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everyone gets them. In general, the side effects reported with testosterone therapy are:
General (may affect up to 1 in 10 people)
Increased number of red blood cells (cells that carry oxygen in the blood), hematocrit (percentage of red blood cells) and hemoglobin (components of red blood cells that carry oxygen) values shown by regular blood tests.
- Weight gain.
- Itching (itching);
- Liver function test changes
- Changes in cholesterol levels (changes in lipid metabolism);
- Depression, tension, mood swings
- Myalgia (myalgia);
- Water retention in the tissues. It is usually characterized by swelling of the ankles or feet.
- High blood pressure (high blood pressure);
- Changes in sexual desire
- Abnormal and painful long-term erection of the penis;
- ejaculation disorder;
- Disorders of spermatogenesis;
- Feminization (gynecomastia);
- Prostate growth to a size representative of the relevant age group;