Olympic silver medallist Darya Pishchalnikova got caught with anabolic steroids (oxandrolon). She was also banned in 2009-2011.
The Oxandrolone steroid appeared in USA in 1964, under “Anavar” denomination and produced by “Serl” company. It’s a delicate steroid with a weak androgen component. It had been observed that if this steroid is used in reasonable doses, it hasn’t any side effect, because it was initially produced for women and children. Is one of the few steroids which doesn’t provoke the premature retardation of kid’s body development because it doesn’t close the epiphysis conjunctions. Accordingly, the Oxandrolone steroid is used in medicine for children to stimulate their growing and for women to treat the osteoporosis.
The bodybuilders and powerlifters prefer the Oxandralone steroid. It helps to consolidate their force in a speedy way because it provokes the creatinphosphat’s syntesis in muscular cells and it doesn’t accumulates liquids. The weightlifters who don’t want to be included in a high category use this concoction because it increase their force without increasing their weight in the same time.
The daily combination of Oxandrolone and 120-140 mg of Clenbuterol helps to obtain good results too. The Oxandrolone doesn’t increase the musculature, but it increase the other steroids effects on the organism. The concoction is combined with Deca-Durabolin, with Dynabolon and with others Testosterone’s derived which accumulate liquids and assure the considerable musculature increase . A daily combination of 200 mg of Deca-Durabolin, 500 mg of Testosterone Enanthate and 25 mg of Oxandrolon helps most athletes to increase their weight and their force. The Deca-Durabolin has an anabolic effect more pronounced and stimulates the proteins synthesis, the Oxandrolon increases the force and the Testosterone makes sportsmen more aggressive during the trainings and increases the regeneration speed.
- difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
- nervousness or unusual excitement
- changes in sex drive or ability
- swelling of the arms, hands, feet, ankles or lower legs
- new or worsening acne
- deepening of voice, increase in facial hair, baldness, and changes in genital structures in women
- abnormal menstrual periods
- enlarged penis or erections that come too often or do not go away
- pain, swelling, or decreased size of testes
- enlarged breasts
- frequent, difficult, or painful urination
- bone pain
- slowed heartbeat
- pain on your side (between your stomach and back)
- extreme thirst
- muscle twitches or weakness
- tingling in arms or legs
- weakness or heaviness in legs
- changes in skin color