Testolactone for sale
Teslac is one of the very first drugs approved by the FDA to fight estrogen-dependant breast cancer, back in 1970. It does this by possibly inhibiting the aromatase enzyme in what appears to be both a noncompetitive and an irreversible manner.
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Testolactone is an antineoplastic that is related to testosterone (male sex hormone) but has not been shown to have the masculine effects of testosterone. It works by blocking the production of estrogen, which helps prevent the growth of breast cancers that are activated by estrogen. It may also prevent tumor cells from being activated by other hormones.
Testolactone tablets is available for oral administration as tablets providing 50 mg testolactone per tablet. Testolactone is a synthetic antineoplastic agent that is structurally distinct from the androgen steroid nucleus in possessing a six-membered lactone ring in place of the usual five-membered carbocyclic D-ring. Testolactone is chemically designated as 13-hydroxy-3-oxo-13,17-secoandrosta-1,4-dien-17-oic acid δ-lactone.
How and when to take Testolactone
Testolactone tablets is recommended as adjunctive therapy in the palliative treatment of advanced or disseminated breast cancer in postmenopausal women when hormonal therapy is indicated. It may also be used in women who were diagnosed as having had disseminated breast carcinoma when premenopausal, in whom ovarian function has been subsequently terminated.
Testolactone doses, effets and results.
The recommended dose for suppression maximum estrogen is 250 mg per day. The dose may vary between 150 and 250 mg, which is enough to keep you away gynecomastia and water retention. However the effect obtained with Teslac is not so strong in comparison with other anti-estrogens of generation 3. For example, a study from 1985 showed that administration of 1000 mg on day 9 men for 6 days suppressed the estrogen only 25%. Another study which used all 1000 mg for 6 days consisted of a reduction of 50%. It is, however, far below the 80%+, I mean the levels of inhibition estrogenic drugs of generation 3.
Testolactone side effects
Side effects from Teslac are very rare. Since this compound, above all, was developed for women, it was extremely important to exclude the androgenic effect component as much as possible. This was successfully accomplished so that females very rarely experience masculinizing symptoms such as, for example, increased growth of body hair or deep voice. Possible side effects from Teslac are given on the package insert by the German manufacturer, Bristol Arzneimittel GmbH, for the remedy Fludestrin: “cutaneous eruptions (maculopapular erythema), high blood pressure, sensations such as itching and pricking (paresthesia), pain in the arms and legs and swelling, tongue infection, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting.” These side effects, as already mentioned, are extremely rare. The plasma calcium level of athletes should, however, be checked since Teslac could lead to hypercalcemia (increased calcium level).
Testolactone for women: what a lady athlete should know about it.
Treating certain types of breast cancer in women who have been through menopause or whose ovaries no longer function. It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor.
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As you can see our shop is reliable source of Testolactone. Testolactone is the chemical name of active ingredient in Teslac. Teslac is a registered trademark of E.R. Squibb & Sons, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.