Overdosing or abuse of this drug can lead to health complications such as oily skin, acne, exacerbation of male pattern baldness, growth of body/facial hair, deepening of the voice, and menstrual irregularities. The use of Mesterolone is not recommended to patients with carcinoma of the prostate or those who are undergoing androgen therapy of any kind, including the use of Proviron. In case a dose of this drug has been missed and it is almost time for the next dose, the first dose should be ignored and the next dose should be taken at the designated time. Under no circumstances, two doses of the drug should be taken together for the dose that was missed. Medical advice should be sought without any delay and use of Proviron should be stopped immediately if side effects such as pain in liver area, headache, loss of appetite, depression, unexplained weight loss, aggression, symptoms of an enlarged prostate (change in urination), acne, or hirsutism are experienced.
As this anabolic steroid is not very liver toxic, in-fact it is quite mild it can be used for extended periods of time; if you are not susceptible to DHT based side-effects you could reasonably supplement with Proviron the entire duration of your cycle. While it can be used for extended periods, as we will see dosing protocol can vary dramatically depending on the purpose for which it is used. If Proviron is being used simply as a quasi-anti-estrogen medication then a mere 25mg per day may be all you need but many will find 50mg to be needed if their cycle contains a high dosing of aromatizing steroids. For those who are supplementing for additional beneficial purposes higher doses may be needed; although 50mg will provide them solid effects a slightly higher bump may be needed. If you choose to use Proviron this is something you may need to play with as individual response will vary greatly. For the individual who supplements for the purpose of bridging, a rather common purpose of Proviron use, doses will necessarily be much higher, ranging from 100mg-150mg per day if the individual is going to obtain the desired effect and benefits.
+) Diet was logged throughout Cycle #1 and mirrored into Cycle #2 - same meal sizes, portions, macro-nutrient breakdowns and mealtimes.
+) Training was logged throughout Cycle #1 and mirrored into Cycle #2 (however, an overall increase of ~5% resulting from the first cycle was carried forward).
+) Training time was consistent, same with intensity - I had the same job, so this control was relatively easy to adhere towards.
+) BF% monitored constantly throughout both cycles - BF% remained the same, with a +/- 1% when on cycle due to a tiny bit of bloat