Of concern to any user of Winstrol during a cycle should be its intoxicating effect on the liver . The drug is a 17aa structured steroid , meaning it has been structured in a way which allows it to be orally bio-available, yet this has the negative effect of making Winstrol potentially harmful to the liver. It is therefore paramount the duration of a Winstrol cycle is limited, the dose of the drug is not excessive, the user does not stack it with other hepatotoxic compounds, does not drink alcohol whilst on cycle, and does not use Winstrol if they have an underlying medical condition which effects the livers health. There are supplements available which also help protect the liver (Milk Thistle, Liv-52 etc), and these would be advisable during any Winstrol cycle .
Of course, there is something women will need to concern themselves with that men will not, and it revolves around virilization as we discussed a little at the very beginning. There are very few women who desire such traits or effects, and if you supplement with responsible doses for proper periods of time (please see the Winstrol Doses link) most women will not have the first problem. Of course, if you surpass these amounts virilization is go ing to occur, and unfortunately, in some cases, it will occur even with responsible use. We are all unique human beings, and we all respond to different things differently; you may be able to eat eggs just fine, but some cannot or it tears their stomach apart. This is the nature of life, it may not be fair, but it is again the nature of life. With this in mind, if for any reason virilization symptoms begin to show, assuming you don't want them you are strongly encouraged to discontinue use immediately. If you do, they will fade away rather quickly, but if ignored they may very well make a permanent home in and on you.
Winstrol is a brand name of the synthetic anabolic steroid, stanozolol. Although no longer available in the . under the name of Winstrol, generic versions of stanozolol can still be found. Stanozolol is similar to testosterone and commonly used by veterinarians on debilitated animals (especially dogs and horses) to improve muscle growth, trigger red blood cell production, increase bone density and enhance appetite. It's approved by the . Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for treating anemia and hereditary angioedema (swelling of blood vessels) in people, although a prescription is needed. Winstrol (stanozolol) is a banned performance-enhancing drug, but still used widely by track and field athletes as well as bodybuilders — usually illegally. You should take stanozolol only with the permission and under the care of a physician.