Reported Characteristics

Active-Life: 2-3 days injectable/ 4-6 hours orals Drug Class: Anabolic/Androgenic Steroid

Average Reported Dosage: Tabs- men 40-60mg daily, injectable 100-mg every 2-3 days. Acne: Yes

Water Retention: High High Blood Pressure: Yes

Liver Toxic: Injectable- Moderate /Oral-yes due to higher dosage requirements

Noted Comments: Strong Anabolic/Strong Androgenic/Estrogenic activity

DHT Conversion: Unknown

Aromatization: Low-Moderate

Decreases HPTA function: Yes, significantly

MD is a highly Anabolic/Androgenic steroid with unique reported quality of improving receptor affinity for/with other anabolic/androgenic compounds. It provided good muscle mass gains with good strength gains while causing high water retention. While the injection form was "said" to be easy on the liver, the tablet form is highly liver toxic due to its 17-alfa-alkylated structure. Males normally injected 100 mg every second or third day, or ingested 300-600mg in divided daily dosages. Even after only 4 weeks of use the orals can cause liver problems. The injectable form of MD is also available in combination with other steroids. These are the Australian veterinary drugs: Drive, Filibol Forte, Geldabol, and Spectriol.

Something I liked about MD was its noted ability to clean out androgen receptor-sites. Often individuals who had experienced so called receptor burn-out finally utilized an MD product to discover new gains. DNP does this as well, but in a different manner. When utilizing site -injection protocols, MD was an excellent addition for me. Many have obviously reported improved growth stacking MD with other AAS. It should be noted that the drug MD is similar in structure to a weak estrogen. This means higher dosage use can lead to estrogenic side effects.

*Since both oral and injection forms of MD are c17-alkylated it seems obvious that both are potentially liver toxic though the latter possesses a lower potential due to dosage administered in comparison.



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