Side Effects of Primoteston

The side effects of Primoteston can be broken down into a few generalized categories; however, we will find they are largely of no concern with responsible use. For the healthy adult male, if he supplements responsibly the side effects of Primoteston can be nothing more than an afterthought. Even so, with improper use the side effects of Primoteston can prove to be quite problematic. Of course, this is one tremendously beneficial anabolic steroid and it does carry one of the highest levels of toleration among healthy adult men and through our discussion we’ll discover the path to successful use.

Avoiding the Side Effects of Primoteston:

If you stand a chance at avoiding the side effects of Primoteston you must be a healthy adult male. Further, you must be willing to follow a set of guidelines, if not you will find problems abound. If you are going to supplement with this powerful Testosterone Enanthate compound and avoid the side effects of Primoteston the following must be met:

· You must be a healthy adult male – women must not supplement with Primoteston due to extreme risks of virilization – adolescents must not supplement with Primoteston as it will damage their fragile and developing androgen systems and often irreversibly.

· You must not suffer from high blood pressure – as we will see the side effects of Primoteston can include high blood pressure and if you already suffer you will only exasperate the problem.

· You must not suffer from high cholesterol – the use of Primoteston rarely has a significant impact on cholesterol levels that warrant concern; however, what must often be done to combat the side effects of Primoteston can cause an issue – if you already suffer from high cholesterol you may exasperate the problem.

· You must not suffer from prostate enlargement – prostate enlargement is a possible side effect of Primoteston and while unlikely it is the most concerning – your prostate must be healthy if use is to be considered.

Estrogenic Side Effects of Primoteston:


Without question, estrogenic side effects of Primoteston are the most common due to this steroid’s ability to aromatize. Aromatization refers to a conversion of testosterone to estrogen and as estrogen levels rise it can lead to three of the most common anabolic steroidal side effects of all time; gynecomastia (male breast enlargement), high blood pressure and excess water retention.

In-order to combat the estrogenic side effects of Primoteston the use of an Aromatase Inhibitor (AI) will prove to be the most effective. AI’s function by inhibiting the aromatase process as well as lower the body’s estrogen levels. What doesn’t exist cannot cause a problem. An AI such as Anastrozole (Arimidex) or Letrozole (Femara) will take care of water retention every time and as a result protect you from high blood pressure as water retention is the primary cause of high blood pressure. As for gynecomastia, once again an AI is the best bet; however, Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERM’s) such as Tamoxifen Citrate (Nolvadex) or Clomiphene Citrate (Clomid) can get the job done. SERM’s will not inhibit the aromatase process or reduce estrogen levels to any significant degree but they will attach to the receptors in the chest thereby preventing estrogen from binding. SERM’s are enough for some men but many men will need an AI and will find it to offer a lot of protection in-regards to the other estrogenic side effects of Primoteston.

While AI’s are the most efficient method of preventing the estrogenic side effects of Primoteston they also come with a problem of their own. AI’s can have a negative impact on cholesterol levels and must be used at minimal doses, just enough to get the job done. Further, if an AI is used you will need to give your cholesterol a bit of extra attention and ensure your lipid profiles stay within the realm of safety. The consumption of plenty of omega fatty acids in your diet is highly recommended. Omega fatty acids will increase your HDL cholesterol levels, the good cholesterol and as HDL regulates LDL cholesterol, the bad cholesterol this will improve your total reading.

DHT Side Effects of Primoteston:

Testosterone can lead to a dihydrotestosterone (DHT) conversion and as a result DHT related side effects of Primoteston. These are not as common as those of an estrogenic nature but the most common is acne. Those who are already sensitive to acne may have a problem, but most men will be fine if they keep their skin extremely clean and dry at all times. If you are truly sensitive you may need dermatological treatment, but this is impossible to predict as it is largely genetically based.

While acne is largely genetically based, of all the side effects of Primoteston there is one that is 100% genetically based, hair loss. Men who are predisposed to male pattern baldness may lose some of their hair and while they were going to lose it anyway the use of Primoteston may speed it up. If you are not predisposed there is no concern, but if you are you can buy some time. The use of Finasteride will offer some protection as this 5-alpha redcutase inhibitor will suppress DHT.

Of course, where Finasteride will prove to be invaluable is in the protection of the most concerning side effect of Primoteston, prostate enlargement. Large DHT buildups can cause prostate enlargement, but Finasteride can provide a remedy. While it is unlikely if you supplement responsibly and your prostate was healthy to begin with the possibility of underlying issues must always be considered. Numerous cases have reported that six months of Finasteride therapy can reduce enlargement significantly, and in many cases completely.

Testosterone Side Effects of Primoteston:

When we supplement with anabolic steroids this will suppress our natural testosterone production. The totality of suppression will be dependent on the steroids used and to a degree the total doses, but it will occur. As for Primoteston, the side effects of Primoteston include total natural testosterone suppression and as a result testicular atrophy. Of course, as this is an exogenous testosterone hormone the issue of low testosterone is on no concern, but this does nothing to combat testicular atrophy. There are measures you can take to combat testicular atrophy such as through the use of on cycle Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) but it is not recommended. hCG will keep your testicles full but it is extremely easy to damage your HPTA through such a practice and become dependent on this peptide hormone. Testicular atrophy does not present any physical threat and will reverse once the use of all anabolic steroids is discontinued. Once use is discontinued and all the exogenous steroidal hormones have cleared your system your natural testosterone production will begin again. It must be noted; testosterone recovery is assuming no prior low testosterone condition existed and that your HPTA was not damaged on cycle with improper practices.