If you are using an antihistamine for allergy treatment, you may be taking Anadrol for that purpose. Anadrol belongs to the category of NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs). The drug blocks the formation of cells called prostaglandins in the lining of the gastrointestinal tract that cause inflammation.

As an anti-inflammation agent, Anadrol works by reducing the levels of inflammatory substances in the body. Common side effects of Anadrol 50 include: nausea, vomiting, sexual dysfunction, nervousness, dizziness, difficulty breathing (dyspnea), abdominal pain, diarrhea, excitation, restless sleep, and increased blood pressure. These are the most common negative effects experienced with use of this medicine, and they may subside after continued use of this medicine. If these symptoms do not dissipate, or if they get worse, talk to your doctor immediately. Abstain from sex while taking Anadrol, as the effect of the medicine on sex organs is unknown.

Do not take Anadrol if you have a history of liver disease, gallbladder disease, pancreatitis, or diabetes. You may increase your risk of bleeding or developing infections if you take this medicine with certain other medicines. It is not safe to use this medicine without proper medical supervision, and if you have any existing health conditions, talk to your doctor before starting any treatment. Some of the common side effects that occur with use of Anadrol are increased cholesterol levels, changes in blood pressure, palpitations, chest pain, drowsiness, nausea, and lightheadedness.

Anadrol should not be mixed with any other medicines, unless your doctor advises you to do so. Mixing different kinds of medicine can be very dangerous and can even result in injury or death. Also, if you decide to combine this medicine with other medicines, make sure that you do so cautiously. Do not take two doses of anadrol at once. Consult your doctor if you need to do so.

In some cases, anadrol can interact with other medicines. Some of these other medicines include clonidine, bleomycin, prednisone, cyclosporine, and lamictal. If a drug you are taking one of its generic forms contains anabolic steroids, anadrol may inhibit the absorption of the drug. If this happens, the drug will lose its anabolic effect. Your doctor should tell you the details of interactions Anadrol can have with other drugs, medicines, or nutritional supplements you are taking.

Anadrol’s weight gain properties have not been fully researched, but preliminary studies suggest that it may help to promote weight gain in both men and women. Anadrol’s weight gain properties are thought to be caused by the anabolic component of the medicine, which works by reducing protein breakdown in the body. It appears to make the liver more efficient at breaking down protein, resulting in a gradual increase in body weight. However, preliminary research has also shown that long-term use of anadrol-50 may result in protein synthesis, or the process by which proteins are made during the body’s normal activity, being inhibited.

Anadrol must be determined by your doctor according to standard dosage procedures based on age and height. Although Anadrol may help to increase body weight for people with a naturally fast metabolism, it must be determined by your doctor because some people respond better to higher doses of medicine than others. You should not exceed the maximum daily recommended dose of Anadrol.

Anadrol may be considered an aid for rapid weight gain, because it is usually taken together with a prescription diet pill. If you take an Adrol-based diet pill, it is important to pay attention to any weight gain that may occur as a result of your medication. Your doctor may increase your dose, or reduce the usual dose, to assist you with rapid weight gain. This can be done only under the supervision of your doctor. You should not exceed the maximum daily recommended dose of Anadrol.