Since estrogen offers us no trouble, side effects are generally mild with this steroid. As discussed earlier, gynecomastia and water retention go unseen. So are problems controlling blood pressure, again usually associated with estrogen. Masteron is also not liver toxic, so there is little concern stress will be placed on this organ, even during longer cycles. The only prominent side effects stem from the basic androgenic properties of dihydrotestosterone. This includes oily skin, acne, body/facial hair growth, aggression and accelerated hair loss. Since this compound is already a synthetic DHT, Proscar would have no impact on the level of androgenic effects. Men with a receding hairline (or those with a known familial predisposition for baldness) may therefore wish to stay away from Masteron completely, as the potent androgenic effect of this steroid can easily exacerbate such a condition.
Some of the common side effects from continued use of Testosterone Propionate include gynecomastia, bloat or excess water retain, high LDL cholesterol, low HDL cholesterol and high blood pressure. The most noticeable side effect will probably be testicular atrophy. In men, testosterone is produced in the testicles. Artificial introduction of the hormone into the body means the natural production will cease since the body is receiving enough and probably excess of it. Due to suppression in the production of the hormone, the testicles shrink. The testicles regain their normal size and shape when artificial consumption is ceased.