About the Dianabol Solo Cycle

about the dianabol solo cycle

Disadvantages of a Dianabol Solo Cycle

  1. Lack of Testosterone:
    • A Dianabol solo cycle does not include testosterone, which can lead to depression, apathy, and libido problems.
  2. Liver Toxicity:
    • Dianabol is toxic to the liver. If you have pre-existing liver issues, it is advisable to avoid Dianabol as it can lead to toxic hepatitis.
  3. Lipid Profile Deterioration:
    • Dianabol can worsen your lipid profile, primarily increasing LDL (bad cholesterol). This side effect is often manageable with hypolipidemic agents like Armolipid, Isotenip, or Rosuvastatin. The choice of drug depends on your pre-cycle lipid profile. Additionally, taking UDCA (Ursodeoxycholic Acid) can mitigate Dianabol's negative impact on the liver and has several beneficial properties.


A Dianabol solo cycle is typically started for two main reasons:

  1. Lack of knowledge about sports pharmacology and medicine.
  2. Financial constraints.

In both cases, individuals often skip pre-cycle health screenings, leading to various side effects due to the unknown state of their health. For instance, some people have had to be hospitalized because they were unaware of their liver's poor condition before starting Dianabol.


It's better to follow a 12-week cycle with at doses of 400-500 mg per week. This approach is more beneficial and ensures better recovery after the cycle. Always invest in health screenings and include testosterone in your cycles. If you lack knowledge in sports pharmacology and medicine, seek advice from a qualified specialist.

Additional Information:

  • Testosterone: The primary male sex hormone synthesized from cholesterol by Leydig cells in the testes and in small amounts by the ovaries in women and the adrenal cortex in both sexes. It plays a crucial role in sperm production and the development of bone and muscle tissue. Testosterone levels significantly influence a man's psycho-emotional state.
  • UDCA (Ursodeoxycholic Acid): A bile acid that reduces cholesterol levels in bile by dispersing cholesterol and forming a liquid-crystalline phase. It impacts the enterohepatic circulation of bile salts, reducing the reabsorption of endogenous, more hydrophobic, and potentially toxic compounds in the intestine.
  • Lipid Profile: Also known as a lipidogram or lipid panel, this blood screening test identifies lipid abnormalities such as cholesterol and triglycerides.
  • LDL (Low-Density Lipoproteins): A class of blood lipoproteins that are the most atherogenic. LDL cholesterol is often referred to as "bad cholesterol" due to its association with an increased risk of atherosclerosis.
Jun 6, 2024 British Dragon

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