We all know that Winstrol can cause joint pain and that Deca Durabolin can help decrease joint pain, but what about Anavar? It’s not as strong as Winstrol, but has the ability to give fullness as Deca does, so, which is it?
Unlike Winstrol, Anavar does not lead to joint pain. However, it can lead to liver and kidney damage, increased LDL cholesterol levels, testosterone shutdown, hair loss, and increased body hair growth (in females).
These effects can be managed through the proper use of Anavar as well as post-cycle treatments like PCT. Or better still, use a safer and legal alternative that doesn’t damage your liver.
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Yes! Anavar does not cause joint pain.
The reality is that the only steroid that can cause joint pain is Winstrol. Anavar might lead to something causing joint pain, such as a great increase in muscular strength which in turn leads to more weight being used. Thus, the more weight you use, the more strain is placed on the joints.
More strain, more weight, more volume (due to drug use), and boom, you have joint pain.
As with any other drug on the planet, there are going to be adverse effects. Keep in mind that Anavar works on a scale of the more you use it, the longer you use it, and the less time you take off, the worse it gets… Here are some of the side effects you can expect:
- Increase in LDL (bad) and total cholesterol
- Increase in blood pressure
- Testosterone shutdown
- Mismanagement of other hormones, like Estrogen
- Hair loss
- Body hair growth
- Virilization (female use)
- Liver damage
- Kidney damage
Read more: List of Anavar side effects
What does oxandrolone do to your body?
Besides the side effects you see above, there are plenty of other things that Anavar will do to your body, such as:
- Massively increase muscle protein synthesis
- Greatly increase muscle strength
- Increase aggression and “the fuse” of aggression
- Increase libido and sexual ability
No, Anavar might make you feel more alive and aggressive.
Unless you are suffering from kidney issues, no.
Anavar will not increase testosterone production in the body, it will simply increase the number of androgens in the body. That said, it will suppress natural testosterone production in the body.
When you administer any hormone to the human body, the body will begin to suppress the natural production of that same hormone. Insulin, growth hormone, and testosterone. Since Anavar is Testosterone, the body will seize it to produce its own.
Once you stop taking Anavar, you will be left with zero net testosterone. This can certainly lead to erectile dysfunction but can be solved with a PCT or post-cycle treatment.