The veterinary trenbolone acetate is mentioned as highly harmful to the kidneys – particularly in a longer-term application or at higher doses. A classic manifestation of his “action” is the strong blood colored urine and pain in the kidneys. When using Trenbolone, it should be recognized that the “hard” and a unique side effects result from the fact that it is a 19-nor progestational compound. Progestogen side effects are almost identical to estrogenic side effects, which include: severe suppression of endogenous production of testosterone, gynecomastia and water retention (which is not the case with Trenbolone). There are also problems of androgenic nature: acne, headache, and supposedly enormous aggression and high blood pressure that can be increased because the composition does not cause retention of water and salt.
For beginners or those who are about to take trenbolone enanthate for the very first time, a recommended dose is 300 mg per week. Doses for intermediate users vary from 400 to 500 mg per week. Even experienced consumers take high doses rarely. In such cases, the dose is increased to 800 – 1000 mg or more per week (it should be noted that the 800 – 1000 mg trenbolone is the equivalent of 4000 – 5000 mg of testosterone). Each user of trenbolone must take care of sufficiently frequent use of stable and steady levels of substances in the blood. Trenbolone enanthate is detectable in the body for 5-6 months.