ANAR-GUN (OXANDROLONE) is a steroid. This medication is used to aid weight gain. It's also used to alleviate osteoporosis patients' bone discomfort. Oxandrolone (ANAR-GUN) is used in conjunction with a diet programme to help persons who have lost too much weight due to surgery, injury, persistent (long-term) infections, trauma, or are underweight for unclear reasons gain weight.
Oxandrolone is used in conjunction with a diet to help people gain weight who have lost too much weight due to surgery, injury, chronic (long-term) infections, trauma, or are underweight for unclear reasons.
On oxandrolone, the mean height velocity increased from 4.0 to 8.6 cm/yr in boys in the LD group, from 4.3 to 8.9 cm/yr in boys in the HD group, and from 4.3 to 8.3 cm/yr in girls (girls).
This drug is normally only administered for a brief period of time. Anabolic steroid misuse or abuse can result in major adverse effects such as heart disease (including heart attack), stroke, liver disease, mental/mood issues, atypical drug-seeking behaviour, or inappropriate bone growth (in adolescents).
If you have prostate cancer, advanced kidney illness, high calcium levels in your blood, breast cancer, or are pregnant, you should avoid using oxandrolone.
Some anabolic steroid users have acquired life-threatening side effects in their liver, spleen, and blood vessels as a result of their use.
These disorders can strike suddenly and without warning, resulting in liver failure, internal bleeding, malignancy, stroke, heart attack, or death. Discuss the risks and advantages of using oxandrolone with your doctor.
If you are allergic to oxandrolone or have a history of using it, you should avoid it.