Oral Turinabol is a C17-alpha alkylated (C17-aa) anabolic steroid, which refers to the structural change at the hormone’s 17 th carbon position in order for it to survive oral ingestion. However, this necessary alteration causes the compound to be hepatotoxic; the side effects of Oral Turinabol will include liver stress. This is not the most hepatotoxic oral steroid available, but it’s far from the mildest. Use will cause liver enzyme values to increase during use; however, it’s important to understand this increase does not mean damage. An increase in liver enzyme values is a strong indicator of stress and potential damage to come. With responsible use, liver health can be maintained, enzyme values will return to normal once use is discontinued and no damage will be done. In order to avoid damaging side effects of Oral Turinabol of this nature, the following criteria must be held to:
Oral steroids are known for their hepatotoxicity, and this one is certainly no different. Be sure to consider your Turinabol dosage carefully and never exceed recommendations, as this is by far the best way to protect your liver. If you choose to use two orals in the same cycle, do so in such a way that you don’t overlap them and take two different oral steroids on the same day. Even in this case, try to keep your cycle lengths down to about eight weeks maximum, and then give your body a break equal to your cycle length. You might consider supplementing with milk thistle during your cycle, too; some studies have shown that it may help you protect your liver from damage during your cycle. Avoid drinking alcohol and taking other medications that are known for causing liver damage for the week before, during, and a few weeks after your cycle, too.