Bioavailability of drugs following intramuscular injection is reviewed, with particular emphasis on diazepam, chlordiazepoxide, phenytoin, digoxin and lidocaine. Clinical experience with these drugs has shown that . absorption may be slow, erratic or incomplete. Factors which play a role in the bioavailability of . medications include the water solubility of the drug, dispersion of the injected solution and blood flow at the muscle site. For many drugs, intravenous injection is the parenteral route of choice, and oral administration may be more efficacious than . injection.
This drug can bee seen as a cross between Dianabol (Methandrostenolone) and Anavar (Oxandrolone) , taking what many feel are the best features of each of these drugs and combining them into one prduct. Just like Anavar and Dianabol , Turinabol is 17-alpha-alkylated steroid , which allows it to be orally active and survive the first pass throuth the liver without being destroyed. Unfortunately, this also increases liver toxicity (hepatoxicicity). Liver Enzymes such as SGOT SGPT can be mildly to moderately elevated with use of Turanaplex , but they seem to quickly return to normal after the cycle. Turanaplex is one of the few drugs to be in high demand among both athletes as well as bodybuilders, regardless of whether they are on a bulking cycle or a cutting cycle. Athletes who have usedt this drug have reported that it is nearly as good for bulking as Dianabol, but with much less water retention. Reported weight gain with Turanaplex is generally less than experienced with classic oral bulking agents such as Dianabol or Anadrol (Oxymetholone) , but is much more "dry" and lean. Many have compared the quality of gains experienced with Turinabol to be similar to Anavar, but with more actual weight gain.