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What is Rexobol 50 (Stanozolol) used for?
Rexobol 50 (Stanozolol), a synthetic hormone similar based on testosterone is prescribed as a treatment of hereditary angioedema. The severity of symptoms such as swelling of the face, hands or feet, swelling of the wall of the bowel and swelling of the throat can be reduced. The frequency at which these symptoms occer can also be decreased.
Stanozolol for Hereditary Angioedema
Stanozolol is often prescribed to treat hereditary angioedema. This condition can cause facial swelling, as well as swelling of the hands and feet, bowel wall, and throat. The frequency and severity of symptoms can be reduced through use of Stanozolol.
How should I use Rexobol 50 (Stanozolol)?
You will need to discuss a suitable starting dosage with your doctor. These tablets contain 50mg of Rexobol 50 (Stanozolol) and may need to be split to achieve your needed dosage. Take stanozolol with or without food, and swallow the tablet with a glass of water.
What are the side effects of Rexobol 50 (Stanozolol)?
The most sever side effects seen with stanozolol is severe and sometimes fatal liver issues, however this is very rare. Signs of possible liver failure include abdominal pain, light colored stools, dark colored urine, unusual fatigue, nausea or vomiting, or jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes). Stop taking stanozolol and contact your doctor immediately if you notice any of these side effects.
Most common side effects you may experience are sleeping difficulties, headaches, acne and changes in your libido. These are not a big problem, but if they continue to become worse or become a problem to you, contact your doctor.
More serious side effects that may occur are:
Very rarely, patients have developed severe and sometimes fatal liver issues during Stanozolol treatment. You must contact your doctor immediately if you notice any early signs of liver failure including abdominal pain, light colored stools, dark colored urine, unusual fatigue, nausea or vomiting, or jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes).
Some medications may increase or decrease the effectiveness of stanozolol and may require you to adjust your dosage accordingly. Most often these will be diabetes medications (either oral or insulin) or anticoagulants. If you are taking any medications, you need to discuss this with your doctor. You will also need to advise your doctor of any previous or current medical conditions including prostate cancer or breast cancer, hypercalcemia (high levels of calcium in the blood)cardiovascular disease, hypercholesterolemia (high choleserol), blood clots or bleeding problems, diabetes, liver problems or kidney problems.