Nandrolone overdose

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Anticoagulants: Patients on anticoagulants such as warfarin should be carefully monitored during anabolic steroid therapy as anabolic steroids may increase sensitivity to oral anticoagulants which may require a concomitant reduction in anticoagulant dosage to achieve a desirable prothrombin time (PT). Anticoagulant patients should be monitored regularly during anabolic steroid therapy, particularly during initiation and termination of therapy. Warfarin patients should have INR and PT monitored throughout androgen therapy and warfarin dosages titrated to achieve the desired INR and PT. Such patients should be monitored for occult bleeding.

Special considerations
• Administer nandrolone injections . deep into the gluteal muscle.
• An adequate iron intake is needed for maximum response when patient is receiving nandrolone decanoate injections.
• Therapy should be intermittent, if possible.
• Monitor liver function test results, urine and serum calcium levels (in women with breast cancer), serum lipid and cholesterol levels, and CBC periodically.
• Prepubertal patients should have X-ray studies every 6 months to evaluate bone age.
• Duration of therapy depends on patient response and the occurrence of adverse reactions.
• Drug can cause abnormal results of fasting plasma glucose, glucose tolerance, and metyrapone tests; decreased 17-ketosteroid levels.
Breast-feeding patients
• It isn’t known if anabolic steroids appear in breast milk. Because of the risk of serious adverse reactions in breast-fed infants, a decision should be made to discontinue breast-feeding or drug.
Pediatric patients
• The adverse effects of giving androgens to young children aren’t fully understood, but the risk of serious disturbances (premature epiphyseal closure, masculinization of females, or precocious development in males) exists. Weigh the benefits and risks before starting therapy in young children.
Geriatric patients
• Assess elderly men for the development of prostatic hypertrophy and prostatic carcinoma.

Nandrolone is an anabolic steroid, endocrine-metabolic agent that is FDA approved for the treatment of anemia of chronic renal failure . Common adverse reactions include acne in women and prepubertal boys, female hirsutism , male pattern alopecia in women, gynecomastia in men, diarrhea , nausea , vomiting , insomnia , depression , excitability , atrophy of testis , postpubertal males, erectile dysfunction , erection finding- increased frequency, hypertrophy of clitoris , irregular periods, decreased or increased libido in men or women, priapism , enlargement penis in prepubertal males, testicular hypofunction, deepening in voice in women, drug habituation.

Nandrolone overdose

nandrolone overdose

Nandrolone is an anabolic steroid, endocrine-metabolic agent that is FDA approved for the treatment of anemia of chronic renal failure . Common adverse reactions include acne in women and prepubertal boys, female hirsutism , male pattern alopecia in women, gynecomastia in men, diarrhea , nausea , vomiting , insomnia , depression , excitability , atrophy of testis , postpubertal males, erectile dysfunction , erection finding- increased frequency, hypertrophy of clitoris , irregular periods, decreased or increased libido in men or women, priapism , enlargement penis in prepubertal males, testicular hypofunction, deepening in voice in women, drug habituation.

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