People afflicted with prostate cancer, breast cancer or hypercalcemia (a high level of calcium in the blood) should not take Stanozolol. Additionally, consult a physician before using Stanozolol if you have experienced coronary disease, diseases of the blood vessels, high blood serum cholesterol, diabetes, liver or kidney problems, or blood-clotting abnormalities. Because Stanozolol can affect the actions of insulin and blood thinners, patients taking these drugs should consult a doctor before use. Stanozolol is a “pregnancy category X” drug, which means that it has been shown to cause birth defects, and women who are pregnant or could become pregnant during use should not take Stanozolol. Scientists do not know if breast milk transmits Stanozolol, and women who are nursing should consult their doctor.
The dosage of the anticoagulant may have to be decreased in order to maintain the desired prothrombin time.This product may also inhibit the metabolism of oral hypoglycemic agents