Liver damage: Turinabol takes a very short time to go through the system so it’s not much of a challenge to the liver in small amounts. However, extended use of Turinabol is bound to become problematic to you since Turinabol is a 17-alpha alkylated and toxic to the liver. It is important to use Turinabol as instructed and checking it with your physician before using it. Liver damage symptoms include jaundice (yellowing of the skin and the eyes), tiredness and pain in the lower abdomen. Hepatitis is one of the many conditions that can be worsened by Turinabol.
Whether you’re cutting or bulking, meeting your goals and experiencing the full potential of your Trenbolone results is certainly exciting. At this point, you will need to use some post-cycle therapy to ensure you can keep those gains. Remember that because Tren is a derivative of testosterone, it binds to the same receptors. When this happens, your body no longer produces testosterone naturally. If you simply end your cycle and fail to account for this lack of testosterone, your Trenbolone results will likely be short-lived. The symptoms of low testosterone include everything from erectile dysfunction to fat gain and even muscle loss – the exact opposite of what you worked so hard to achieve.