Anabolic steroids have side effects, and the stronger the steroid – the more pronounced the “side effects”. In the case of Nandrolone Phenylpropionate, the side effects are average. This is not a steroid which is known for its nasty side effects. Some of the most common side effects associated with NPP include the development of male breast tissue, bloating, higher blood pressure, acne, hair loss (if there is a presence of male pattern baldness) and a negative impact on good cholesterol levels.
Women who are considering using NPP should be aware of possible side effects such as a deepening of the voice, acne and the possibility of menstrual irregularities. Side effects will vary from person to person and depend on the dosage used along with the duration of the cycle.
A person who adheres to the framework of the cycle, trains consistently and follows a clean, strict diet is unlikely to face serious problems. Staying consistent and eating a combination of healthy fats, protein and carbs will keep you in check.
It is highly recommended to monitor your blood pressure and have regular bloodwork done. Today there are quite a few private laboratories where they conduct various tests. Many athletes and bodybuilders go to these centers. If the indicators of prolactin go wild, certain drugs can be used to help cope with the problem. The specialist at their center may recommend them to take cabergoline.