Proviron Has Side Effects
Proviron has the following warning labels on it.
Do not take proviron if you have prostate cancer, breast cancer, tumor in liver, are prone to hypertension, are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Caution is required for patients with a history of high blood pressure, diabetes, migraines, heart/liver/kidney problems, cancer, or elevated calcium blood levels.
Beware of Priapism (an erection lasting longer than 2 hours) or Blood in urine, if these are experienced SEEK A DOCTOR.
The Circle of Side Effects
Proviron is typically used by athletes to reduce or eliminate the side effects from other anabolic steroids. it is an unavoidable irony that the substance you take to prevent side effects from the other substance you take has side effects of it’s own.
The side effect circle can be a tricky one to evade, so lets just assume that the only thing you can take to reduce these side effects (if they show up) is nothing. STOP taking all steroids you are currently on if you experience any of these side effects.
Proviron a “Safe” Oral Steroid
As far as Safety goes, For an oral anabolic Proviron is widely considered safe. This is largely due to it’s chemical structure, Proviron is not a c17 alpha alkylated substance, it’s orally active through the same 1-methylation that primobolan has, thus it has a lot lower risk of liver toxicity than most other oral steroids.
Androgenic Side Effects
With dosages under 100mg per day proviron is usually rather well tolarated, at dosages above 100mg per day though androgenic side effects tend to show up, these could include oily skin, acne, body/facial hair growth and either incitation of or enhancement of male pattern baldness. The other androgenic side effect that could occur would be an extreme heightening of the user’s libido.
Women Using Proviron
Women should take great care when using proviron since it is an androgen and will almost certainly cause masculinizing side effects.
Evidently there were some animal studies which showed a heightened risk of fetal abnormalities in pregnant animals. As far as details go, I do apologize, however, this sort of study really turns my stomach and I opted not to look any further into the details.