It is used to prevent anemia caused because of kidney problems, It improves the functioning of haemoglobin by increasing the size of RBC and oxygen carrying capacity of blood. It is also used for osteoporosis, neoplasia, and aplastic anemia. It increases red blood cell production, bone density, muscle growth, and appetite stimulation.
Dosage information: Inject 250 mg every week to beginners. 50 – 250 mg every week in the case of women. Follow it for 12 to 24 weeks. Exact dose strength depends on the patients age, weight, and severity of the disease.
Contraindication: Do not use if you are having breast cancer or prostate cancer, diabetes, swelling of ankles, liver disease or heart disease. Never use in case of allergic reaction. Avoid in pregnant women or consult a physician before taking it in the case of pregnancy. Some side effects with its long term usage are benign and malignant tumors, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, sexual dysfunction and dose dependence.
Drug-drug interaction: Some drug which may highly interact with Nandrolone are Carbamazepine, anticoagulants (Warfarin), antidiabetic agents and corticosteroids. Severe drug interaction possible with Ambien, Aromacin, Aspirin, Cialis, Valium, Marinol, Vitamin D3, Valtrex, Lipitor, Xanax, Lovaza, and Truvada etc.
Precautions to be followed: Never used for increasing athletic performance. Tell your doctor if you are having diabetes problem. It may cause abnormal stature in children. If men are getting painful erections then they might visit a doctor. While taking Nandrolone keep in check your cholesterol by performing blood cholesterol test. If your child is on Nandrolone treatment do a six-month test for checking bone growth. If women are facing hair growth, acne, menstrual changes with Nandrolone then they should consult a doctor.