Side Effects of Stanozolol in Women: Why Women Should Avoid Winstrol
Getting in shape for the beach or an amateur bodybuilding competition takes a lot of work. In order to achieve your goal, you need to keep a close eye on your diet and train hard. Even then, it seems like it takes ages to get in shape. If you are impatient like some women are you may look for a shortcut.
Some women may consider taking anabolic steroids to speed up the process, unfortunately, steroids can cause more harm than good.
One common steroid women will use is something called Stanozolol, better known as Winstrol.
What is Stanozolol (Winstrol)?
Stanozolol is a synthetic derivative of the steroid testosterone, it has both anabolic and androgenic properties. It was first introduced into the market around 1950 by Winthrop laboratories under the trade name Winstrol. In Europe, it was sold by Bayer under the name Stromba.
Stanozolol has been used to treat different medical conditions such as vascular disorders, angioedema, muscle wasting disease, and osteoporosis.
Samantha Collins is a contributing author and is an ISSA certified personal trainer that has helped hundreds of men and women get in shape and helped them reach their fitness and weight loss goals.