Equipoise, also referred to as EQ, is an injectable anabolic steroid. It is a derivative of testosterone, created in an attempt to produce an injectable form of Dianabol. It is not permitted for human use in the United States after it was banned by the FDA under the Controlled Drugs. Act. Equipoise, prescription name Boldenone, is permitted for use by veterinarians in the United States and commonly given to horses to promote growth of coat, boost appetite, and improve their lean body weight.

Other trade names for Equipoise besides Boldenone are Ganabol, Equian, and Ultragain.

Equipoise does not show results quickly but rather gives users a slow but study gain of strength and a good quality body mass. It has become popular in recent years; it is cheaper than Deca Durabolin but has similar results. Equipoise is often used in combination with other steroids.

Equipoise is injected at least once a week. The active life of this drug is 14-16 days. The most common dosage is 50-150 mg per week for women and 400-600 mg per week for men. Doses of higher than 600 mg per week do not show additional benefits. The longer the cycle of Equipoise the more positive effects of the drug are seen; however, the recommended cycle is 10 weeks.

It is recommended that the Equipoise injection site be rotated regularly in order to avoid infection or irritation. It is recommended that the same injection site not be used more than once a week; better if it is used every other week. By using the same injection site, the oil volume may form an abscess that requires surgical draining. This drug is painful if injected into the arms.

Equipoise has a long retention period in the body; it has known to show up in urine tests for several months and even a year after the final dose. This long retention period in the body is a problem for bodybuilders undergoing regular drug testing.

The side effects of Equipoise are usually mild compared to other anabolic steroids but the common side effects do occur. They include: acne; oily skin; hair loss; water retention; high blood pressure; insomnia; chills; vomiting; diarrhea; fatigue; mood changes such as aggression, paranoia, and depression; and risk of possible liver cancer.

Men have experienced problems with sperm formation and decreased sex drive while taking Equipoise. Women can successfully take Equipoise without experiencing some of the side effects common with other steroids such as increased body hair or deepening of their voice.

Equipoise promotes the growth of red blood cells in the body which leads to improved endurance. Both men and women taking Equipoise report an increase in appetite and problems staying on diet. This side effect is believed to be caused by the increased blood flow in the body from Equipoise increasing the appetite.

Equipoise is not recommended for individuals that have a history of liver problems, heart disease, or renal failure. It should not be taken by women that are pregnant or men that have prostate cancer.

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