Fluoxymesterone (Halotestin)

Halotestin is an oral steroid that was introduced on the market by the company in 1957. The active substance fluoxymesterone is essentially a precursor to methyltestosterone, which, due to changes in the chemical structure, was made much more androgenic than just testosterone.

Based on the characteristics of Halotestin, athletes use it mainly when the athlete is more interested in strength gains. Powerlifters and weightlifters who must remain within a certain weight category often use Halotestin, because they are primarily interested in increasing strength without adding to body weight.

Halotestin dosage

Take the drug from 5 to 40 milligrams per day, for a period of two weeks to six.

Side effect

– hirsutism;
– Male pattern baldness;
– Seborrhea;
– Acne;
– Nausea;
– Cholestatic jaundice;
– Changes in liver function tests;
– Headache;
– Anxiety;
– Depression;
– Paresthesia.

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