The cardiovascular side effects of Winstrol Depot are the most concerning. This is a steroid that’s well known for having a significant negative impact on cholesterol by lowering HDL cholesterol (good cholesterol) and increasing LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol). As mentioned in the estrogenic section it can also have a negative impact on blood pressure in some users.
Important Note: If you suffer from high blood pressure, high cholesterol or any cardiovascular related condition you should not use this anabolic steroid.
If you are healthy enough for use the cardiovascular side effects of Winstrol Depot can be avoided if a healthy lifestyle is lived. There will be those are sensitive despite a healthy state making keeping an eye on your health during and after use very important. Regular cardiovascular activity is strongly recommended with a cardiovascular friendly diet being highly important. Diets should be rich in omega fatty acids and low in saturated fats and simple sugars. The use of a cholesterol antioxidant is also a good idea.
It is often said injectable Winstrol is far more powerful than its oral counterpart, and based on the increased enhancement of nitrogen retention this would support such a belief; however, it's not as cut and dry as you might think. Yes, injecting Stanozolol will increase nitrogen retention beyond what the oral tablet can; however, this increased enhancement is not that significant over the oral form; you can truly obtain the same results with either one. Another myth that often plagues injectable Winstrol surrounds its structural nature, most understand the oral tablet is a C17-aa steroid and assume the injectable form does not carry this hepatotoxic nature; they would be incorrect. Injectable Winstrol is one of the few injectable steroids that is a C17-aa anabolic steroid, and while its hepatotoxic nature is not quite as strong as the oral tablet it is still rather high; in-fact, both forms of Winstrol are some of the most hepatotoxic steroids on the market.
Unless of course, we’re talking about women here…I was recently asked why I recommend that women use the injectable version of Winstrol over the oral. I was asked this question by someone, who I assumed had a female friend who was considering using Winstrol. I then realized I was totally incorrect- not about Winstrol, but about the reason behind the question. You see…I saw a picture of the man who had first asked me the question, and it’s readily apparent to me that he probably doesn’t actually know any women. But still, his question is valid and bears repeating and answering here.