Not everyone will experience these side effects, but if you do and they become persistent or you become worried, consult your doctor.

Anavar, like all other anabolic steroids, can cause one to experience side effects while taking the drug. There are not many side effects associated with the use of this drug, which is one of the reasons it is such a popular choice for those who use a lot of anabolic steroids on a daily basis. Firstly, note that this particular drug does not cause any oestrogen related side effects or excess water retention. There are some minor side effects that you should be aware of however.

These Include:

  • Acne
  • Hair Loss
  • Rise in Blood Pressure
  • Rise in Cholesterol
  • Unusual fatigue
  • Abnormal sleeping patterns
  • Minimised Libido
  • Nausea (if taken on an empty stomach)
Do not take Anavar if you develop any allergic reaction

Signs Of This Include:

  • Rashes
  • Itching
  • Swelling of the arms/ legs
  • Hives

If you experience any of the above, discontinue using the drug immediately and consult your doctor straight away.

There is also the possibility of liver toxicity while using this drug. Although this is quite uncommon with this particular drug, you should consult your doctor if you notice any of the following symptoms:

  • Abdominal Pain
  • Dark Coloured Urine
  • Light Coloured Stools
  • Joint Pain
  • Long Lasting Fatigue
  • Yellowing of the Skin or Eyes

If you notice that you have developed any of the above talk to your doctor immediately.

If you do choose to buy Anavar online, you should first consult your doctor to ensure that the drug would be safe for you to use. Do not use Anavar under any circumstances if you have/ may have/ had any of the following:

  • High Cholesterol
  • Liver/Kidney Disease
  • Heart Disease
  • Breast/Prostate Cancer
Sarah Horwitz

Sarah Horwitz is an esteemed expert in mild anabolic steroids and weight loss supplements for women, combining her profound knowledge with a passion for promoting women's health and fitness. As a seasoned author and respected reviewer in the steroid industry, she leverages her extensive background in exercise physiology to educate and empower women on safe enhancement practices.