Bacteriosatic water HCG is a highly effective substance that plays an important role in post-cycle therapy. This is because it stimulates the human body to produce natural testosterone. The body quits production of this testosterone during the use of anabolic steroids. Doctors prescribe HCG to treat infertility and hypogonadism as far as its use as a medication. Female athletes reap no performance-enhancing effects from HCG. However, HCG does provide performance enhancement for the male athletes. This is the obvious course of treatment to stimulate endogenous testosterone production in the body. HCG activity in a male’s body happens because it is able to mimic the actions of the luteinizing hormone or LH, and is a hormone the pituitary gland produces. This triggers the testes’ Leydig cells to produce testosterone. It is important to restore production of endogenous testosterone at the completion of every steroid cycle, due to abnormal androgen levels at this time because of steroid induced suppression can cause negative side effects. A primary concern is the cortisol action, as androgens typically keep it under control. Cortisol sends a different signal to the body’s muscles than testosterone does, or to break down cell protein. When cortisol is out of control because of a deficiency of testosterone in the system, it can destroy new muscle formations quickly. The typical course for treatment is the injection of 1500 I.U. to 3000 I.U. once every 4 to 5 days. This treatment should last a maximum of 2 to 3 weeks. HCG often is used in combination with Nolvadex, Clomid or other estrogen antagonists.
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