Trenbolone Enanthate, also called Trenol, is an artificial androgenic steroids that was not introduced commercially. It is a non-steroidal anti-androgen that has long been used as an anti-androgen for women with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). It is a short-acting, synthetic prodrug of nandrolone and the C 17-β enantiol Trenbolone Enanthate compound. It was first developed for use in the treatment of enlarged prostate cancer, but later it was applied to treat symptoms in patients with BPH. Recently, however, it has been found to be very effective in the treatment of BPH alone and in combination with supplemental zinc and magnesium.
While trenbolone acetate was originally approved for BPH treatment in men, recent clinical studies have shown that it works well in women and children as well. Both male and female patients have shown substantial gains in prostate size and glandular activity; however, the greatest gain was observed in female patients, who saw about twice the gain that males saw. Because of the sex-specific effects of trenbolone, some studies had to be performed in men and women. These studies showed that trenbolone does not affect growth of breast tissue or mammary glandular tissue, but those studies did not include either the phytoestrogens or the anabolic effects of the hormone.
One of the most interesting side effects of the FDA-approved topical version of trenbolone, the trenbolone enanthate (trade name Trenbolone), is an increase in body hair. The FDA recalled the product in 2021 because of reports of excessive hair growth in a few male patients. The reported cases of excessive facial and body hair increased after the users started taking trenbolone acetate.
An increase in muscle mass is also a common side effect. It has been suggested that the anabolic effects of the hormone stimulate increased muscle development in men and women. There are many studies that show that there is an increase in muscle mass when both aerobic and anaerobic metabolism rates are stimulated. The muscle mass gained by athletes can be attributed largely to the use of anabolic steroids. Some studies have indicated that the anabolic effects of testosterone can also stimulate the development of breast tissue. However, because there is no definitive evidence that an anabolic steroid can induce breast development, there is no clear-cut evidence that an anabolic steroid is good for breast development.
Another effect seen with the use of trenbolone is gynecomastia. Gynecomastia is the development of abnormally large breasts in men. It has been associated with an excess of anabolic hormones in the body, but the exact mechanism involved in the occurrence of gynecomastia has not been clearly established. It has been speculated that the anabolic effects of the hormone stimulate lipogenesis and the secretion of estrogen. This estrogen is believed to stimulate the growth of breast tissue, which causes the development of breast tissue similar to that seen in women.
There are serious concerns that arise from the negative side effects of using an anabolic steroid like Trenbolone Enanthate. One such effect seen is liver cancer. High doses of an anabolic steroid can cause the formation of liver tumors. This is particularly dangerous for bodybuilders and others who regularly consume large amounts of the anabolic steroid. To minimize the risk of developing liver cancer while still maintaining effective levels of testosterone in the body, bodybuilders should stick strictly to prescribed dosages of anabolic steroids only.