Post Cycle Therapy (PCT)

Post-course therapy (abbreviated to PCT) is the process of restoring the synthesis of its own gonadotropic pituitary hormones (FSH and LH) and testosterone, blood composition, liver status. Most often only the first two items are produced, and the composition of blood and liver is neglected.

Post-course therapy after steroids is necessary at the end of any course, because even such a weak drug as oxandrolone, in a couple of months, reduces the production of its own testosterone almost twice, the intake of exogenous testosterone “drops to zero” gonadotropic hormones in 4-5 weeks, and short ethers of trenbolones And nandrolone can reduce testosterone almost to zero in a few weeks. Chorionic gonadotropin also very strongly inhibits the production of FSH and LH, after several injections they drop almost to zero.

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