There is no set time frame of use for this compound. Regardless of your Testosterone Enanthate doses, this compound can be used for indefinite periods of time. For the TRT patient, it will be used continuously and non-stop as discontinuing use would return the individual to a low testosterone state. For the performance athlete, full cycles will normally last from 8-12 weeks with 16 weeks not being too uncommon. At this stage, most will want to come off and enter into a Post Cycle Therapy (PCT) stage. For the more advance users who live and follow a very hardcore lifestyle, they may simply lower the dose to a TRT level in a bridge phase. However, this type of use presents a lot of risk and cannot be recommended to most. As for stacking, Testosterone Enanthate stacks well with all anabolic steroids.
Dosage and duration of therapy with Delatestryl depends on the age, sex, diagnosis, patient's response to treatment, and appearance of adverse effects. Delatestryl may interact with blood thinners, or corticosteroids. Tell your doctor all medications and supplements you use. Delatestryl must not be used during pregnancy. It may harm a fetus. It is recommended that women use 2 forms of birth control (., condoms and birth control pills) while using this medication; consult your doctor. It is unknown if this drug passes into breast milk. It may affect milk production and it may harm a nursing infant. Breastfeeding while using this drug is not recommended.
Clinical studies of DELATESTRYL did not include sufficient numbers of subjects, aged 65 and older, to determine whether they respond differently from younger subjects. Testosterone replacement is not indicated in geriatric patients who have age-related hypogonadism only (“andropause”), because there is insufficient safety and efficacy information to support such use. Current studies do not assess whether testosterone use increases risks of prostate cancer , prostate hyperplasia , and cardiovascular disease in the geriatric population.