Methandienone belongs to the group of anabolic steroids. It has no toxic effect on the body. In this regard, it is considered absolutely safe. Steroid has various analogs that have a similar effect. However, not all generics are similar in quality to the original drug.
Among the popular analogues of Methandienone include:
• Nandrolone Decanoate. It is the most common anabolic drug. Due to its properties it is actively used in bodybuilding. Nandrolone promotes muscle gain, strengthens bone tissue, activates the production of synovial fluid, increases the protective functions of the body and the absorption of beneficial elements in the gastrointestinal tract. Nandrolone is more likely to cause side effects. Among them, they emit a toxic effect on liver cells, an increase in blood pressure, a decrease in libido. Deca by itself, will have effects on the user much slower than Methandienone. For this reason, in bodybuilding nandrolone decanoate is not used solo in a cycle. Deca is taken for longer periods of time and is always stacked with other steroids. And just like Methandienone, nandrolone decanoate is used in the bulking phase.
• Oxymetholone. Also belongs to the group of anabolic steroids and is included in the list of potent substances. Acceptance of the steroid contributes to the active growth of muscle mass, increase endurance, and accelerated fat loss. Among the negative effects of this steroid are often fluid retention in the body, unstable stool, anorexia, and nausea. This steroid is also a serious mass builder. With the three steroids mentioned above, you have a heavy-duty stack. Combining them together in a cycle, bodybuilder’s put big time weight on in the off season. Oxymetholone (Anadrol) is used at sticking points during one’s cycle. At these points it is possible for the athlete to keep getting gains when this steroid is implemented.
Some users will only use Dianabol and not opt for it’s analogues. There are several reasons for this. The most important reason being that the user continues to cycle with what works, so why change?