What is Testosterone Enanthate?
Testosterone enanthate is classified as AAS because testosterone enanthate is a synthesized derivative of testosterone. That being said, its effects are stronger androgenic and only moderate anabolism. The medication is suited for testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) in hypogonadic cisgender men (the diminished production of testosterone in the testes).
What does Testosterone Enanthate do to your body?
The use of testosterone enanthate was shown to increase strength considerably within 6-12 weeks of administration, but it is not clear that this is obvious in less than 6 weeks. The World Anti-Doping Agency classifies testosterone enanthate as a prohibited substance.
Medical uses of Testosterone Enanthate?
It is primarily used in androgen replacement therapy. It is the most widely used form of testosterone in androgen replacement therapy. The medicinal treatments for men’s hypogonadism postponed boy puberty, and breast cancer in women are specifically approved and treated using Testosterone enanthate in the United States.
Other Uses of Testosterone Enanthate?
In male transgender, testosterone enanthate may also be used for hormone therapy. It is also used in cisgender boys for treating post-menopausal puberty and to treat inoperable metastatic breast cancer (spread-breast cancer).
How to use Testosterone Enanthate?
The drug is injected into the buttock muscle, usually every 1 to 4 weeks, directed by your doctor. Do not put this drug directly into veins. The dose is based on the health, blood testosterone, and treatment response.
Side effects of Testosterone Enanthate?
some of the most common side effects associated with testosterone enanthate use include:
- Injection site pain and swelling
- Mood changes, including aggression
- Depression or anxiety
- Increased or decreased libido
- Oily skin and acne
- Thinning hair
- Weight gain