Fertigyn HCG Sun Pharma box 1 2000 IU bulb
- Laboratory : Sun Pharma
- Form Injection
- Ingredients : Gonadotropin
- Concentration : 2000 iu / light bulb
- Presentation : 1 bulb of 2000 IU
- Dosage : Take between 2500 and 5000 iu a week after the end of the cycle.
- Type : Testicular Testosterone Relaunch
- Level All Users
The positives of Fertigyn HCG Sun Pharma
- stimulating hormone
- Recovery of natural testosterone production in the testicles
Negative points Fertigyn HCG Sun Pharma
- Increases estrogen levels
Our advice 2getmass.to
- We strongly advise you to take this product at the end of each cycle by combining it with nolvadex.
- Respect doses.
Information on Fertigyn HCG Sun Pharma
Chorionic gonadotropin or HCG (human chorionic gonadotrophin) is an existing glycoprotein in injectable form. This molecule is found naturally in the urine of pregnant women. Chorionic gonadotropin is medically used as a fertilizer in women (help with ovulation) and in very young children (helps in descent of the testicles). The athletes were interested from the moment they noticed that it was abouta hormonal stimulant that could be very useful after a cycle of anabolic steroids.
HCG is not an anabolic steroid, but a complementary hormone that bodybuilders use at the end of a steroid cycle to avoid side effects on the metabolism. Indeed, anabolic steroids have the unfortunate consequence of resting the testicles during the cycle. This means that, since these steroids are androgenic, they replace the action of testosterone, which stops being produced naturally in the testicles. This phenomenon usually occurs in cases of a cycle that lasts more than 4 or 5 weeks. At the end of the cycle, endogenous testosterone levels have become dangerously low. It is therefore urgent to reduce this rate very quickly to normal, because after the sudden cessation of the steroid cycle, no product is no longer there to play the role of testosterone. This can result in a rapid loss of body mass during the cycle and severe dehydration. This is where chorionic gonadotropin occurs. This has the effect of boosting the natural production of testosterone in the testes. HCG thus replaces luteinizing hormone also called LH, which is normally responsible for triggering this testosterone production, but which has been lacking since the steroid cycle.
In contrast, if HCG increases endogenous testosterone production, it also increases estrogen levels in the human body. Gynecomastia is therefore possible with this product. In order to avoid this problem, users usually combine HCG in stack (mix) with an anti-estrogen such as Nolvadex.
This hormone always comes in 2 separate ampoules. One contains HCG powder, and the other a sterilized solvent. These 2 ampoules must of course be mixed to prepare the substance to be injected. The mixture should be kept in the refrigerator. Imitations of these products frequently cause pain and fevers, as they are most often performed in an unsterilized environment.
Dosages vary between 2500 and 5000 ui week. HCG is usually injected once a week during 2 weeks, which is sufficient in most cases to regain normal testosterone levels.