What would be the ideal PCT for an Anavar-only cycle 50mg for 4-6 weeks?

Anavar cycles are considered to be best suited for cutting. If your body fat levels are very low, you may want to consider adding a little bit of testosterone in your Anavar cycle in order to avoid muscle loss. 50mg of Anavar per day is not likely going to produce enough stress on the hypothalamic-pituitary axis in order for any significant degree of HPTA recovery (and thus endogenous T production) to take place. It would seem like six weeks is not really long enough before beginning Anavar’s anabolic action; typically, steroid cycles that last upwards of 8 weeks will see the most dramatic effects with respect to mass and strength gains. Additionally, this short duration often leads users down the path of bad behavior; 6 weeks is often not long enough to see significant results with Anavar, so users will inevitably ramp up the dosage towards the end in an attempt to squeeze out more gains. This can (and often does) lead to severe complications, including severe back pumps and gyno flare-ups.

Although rather mild in many regards, if you truly want to experience the benefits that Anavar has to offer, it would be best not to waste your time with anything less than four weeks at 50mg/day. The vast majority of anabolic steroid users are no stranger to who Stanzolol is, for they’ve either used or have heard of it being used by countless others on cycles ranging from moderate insufficiency to the most enhanced of bodybuilders. Stanozolol, sold under the name Winstrol, among others, is an androgen and anabolic steroid (AAS) medication that was derived from testosterone in 1962 by Raphael Pappo while employed at Searle Laboratories, now Pfizer. [1] It is also one of the few AAS that remains available for medical use in the United States today. The primary clinical applications are in treating low blood sugar levels due to diabetes mellitus, high red blood cell count, lack of better words it just works promoting bone density, but with a positive note this is not used as widely as other medications because of its side effects that include back pumps heightened irritability, etc.


For use in breast cancer, anemia due to kidney failure, and hereditary angioedema. It is given as a shot into a muscle, once every one to four weeks. A rapid start of action often occurs within 24 hours or less. [2] Stanozolol has been shown to be far more potent than testosterone at suppressing endogenous androgen production, including testicular function suppression in males and inhibition of progesterone production in females. The drug has a relatively short terminal half-life of around 8 hours. [3]


In rare cases, men taking high doses have experienced breast development feminization as well as enlargement of the clitoris. In women, the drug may cause amenorrhea and temporary infertility. Withdrawal symptoms, including depression, can occur after the cessation of therapy. Its potency is often compared to that of oxandrolone or fluoxymesterone but with less tendency for estrogenicity or progestogenic activity/effects on hepatic protein synthesis.

The side effects associated with Winstrol use include low-grade fevers, night sweats, rigors, profound fatigue, arthralgia and, myalgias, flu-like symptoms; it is also nephrotoxic at high doses. The drug may have negative effects on blood sugar levels, which are especially problematic for diabetics. Some studies have found that although escape from the HPTA occurs within two weeks of discontinuing therapy, sperm production does not return to normal within four months after treatment has ceased.


Stanozolol is hepatotoxic; adverse changes in liver function tests are seen frequently with therapeutic dosages of the drug. Anabolic steroid-induced hepatic dysfunction should be suspected in cases where jaundice or an elevation of liver enzymes develops during or shortly after steroids are employed. Increases in TBG can be seen, which may lead to false-positive results when testing for thyroid disorders.


The long-term effects are not well known. Because it is 17-alkylated, there is significant hepatotoxicity. Many people using the drug have shown elevated levels of hepatic enzymes in their blood, indicating potential liver damage. Stanozolol is also a c17-alpha alkylated compound and therefore can be hepatotoxic as well. The oral format is particularly hepatotoxic because of first-pass metabolism via the gut wall and/or the liver. As such, the injectable appears safer in comparison to other formats. When used at high dosages in sensitive individuals, side effects are still possible.


Winstrol is a commonly used drug for physique- and performance-enhancing purposes due to the fact that it does not cause water retention but rather hardens the muscle tissues. It also has very low estrogenic activity, which results in almost no side effects. Athletes tend to use Stanozolol during cutting cycles, as well as men who consume large amounts of alcohol because this steroid does not cause water retention or fat deposition. However, Winstrol can also be used for bulking cycles, but only by athletes with experience using steroids because its ability to mass increase is mild compared to many other steroids. Furthermore, one should note that the medication is hepatotoxic and that it has been known to cause hair loss (alopecia).