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Medical 15262-86-9 Fat Loss Anabolic Steroid Powder Testosterone Isocaproate Test Iso
Name: Testosterone Isocaproate
CAS No.: 15262-86-9
Molecular Weight(base): 288.429
Molecular Weight (ester): 116.1596
Formula (base): C19 H28 O2
Formula (ester): C6 H12 O2
Melting Point (base): 155 C
Melting Point (ester): -35
Manufacturer: 31-32 C
Effective Dose (Men): 250-1,000mgs/week
Active life: 8 days
Detection Time: Up to 6 weeks
Anabolic: Androgenic ratio: 100:100
Density: 1.07 g/cm3
Boiling Point: 487.6 °C at 760 mmHg
Flash Point: 208 °C
Appearance: White crystal or crystal powder
Testosterone Isocaproate Description
Testosterone isocaproate is one of many forms of synthetic testosterone with the isocaproate ester attached.
Another popular form often used interchangeably – at least in verbiage – is testosterone caproate.
Testosterone Isocaproate Work
Testosterone isocaproate/testosterone caproate also has a number of other names, a couple of which are nearly unpronounceable to most laymen (17β Hydroxyandrost-4-ene-3-one isocaproate Testosterone 4-methylvalerate).
While bodybuilders and athletes may not necessarily care about its molecular structure, they do care about whether it works or not.
Most experienced bodybuilders and athletes are aware of what testosterone does in the body.
Testosterone isocaproate uses for women
Because of its similarity to endogenous testosterone and moderate to high ability to aromatize, women should use with caution and at lower doses in order to reduce symptoms and side effects of virilism.
The androgenic properties in testosterone isocaproate and other forms of testosterone trigger masculine type side effects in women – known as virilism or virilization.
Testosterone Isocaproate Half-life
Testosterone Isocaproate half-life is 7-9 days.
Side Effects Associated With Testosterone Isocaproate
|Suppression of endogenous testosterone||
– Exogenous or outside of the body introduction of any type of testosterone hormone into the body can trigger shutdown of body-produced testosterone.
--This can lead to shrinking testicles or testicular atrophy. Such a condition is often temporary, but decreases sperm production, quality, and sometimes, fertility. Retaining normal testosterone levels following cessation of the drug can take some time.
|Aromatization||– Testosterone converts to estrogen, a process known as aromatization. This can contribute to undesired side effects in men including the dreaded gynecomastia, water retention, and abdominal bloating.|
|Unhealthy changes in lipid levels||– Levels of good (high-density lipoprotein/HDL) cholesterol and “bad” (low-density lipoprotein/LDL) must be carefully maintained in the body for optimal cardiovascular health.|