What is Durabolin?
Nandrolone phenylpropionate (NPP) is an anabolic steroid that occurs naturally in the human body but in small quantities and is also used as an anabolic steroid sold under the Durabeolin brand name. The production and urinary excretion of erythropoietin are increased by nandrolone. Nandrolone attaches greatly to the androgen receiver than testosterone but has a lower overall effect on muscle growth because it is unable to act on the muscle in ways that are not mediated by the receptor.
Medical uses of Durabolin?
It is mainly used for the treatment of advanced female breast cancer, as an adjunct therapy. For the treatment of osteoporosis of senile or postmenopausal in women.
Other Uses of Durabolin?
NPP is used by competitive athletes, bodybuilders, and power-lifters for physical and performance improvement purposes. The most popular AAS for bodybuilders and sports is the Nandrolone esters.
Benefits of Durabolin?
Phenylpropionate Nandrolone helps reconstruct tissues that are weak due to continuing disease or serious injury. In the case of negative nitrogen balance, Nandrolone Phenylpropionate may be used to increase lean body weight. It can also be used to increase bone weight and boost red blood cell formation in the bone marrow.
How to use Durabolin?
NPP is transformed into nandrolone in the body, which is the drug’s active form. It has a prolonged half-life elimination if it is intramuscularly administered. It takes about a week and is administered once every few days to once a week.
Side effects of Durabolin?
The most common side effects of NPP are women’s virilization, such as acne, hirsutism (increased body and facial hair growth), heartburn, and voice deepening.
However, NPP is significantly less likely to virilize than most other AAS and such side impacts at recommended dosages are relatively unusual. A variety of unusual and rare adverse effects can occur in higher doses and/or with long-term treatment.