A bridge is a period of anabolic steroid supplementation that occurs in-between full blown cycles, and is normally a more advanced performance enhancement practice. For most men, discontinuing the use of all anabolic steroids for a decent length of time is the best route to take as it allows the body to normalize. However, this isn't always an option. In most cases, a bridge will be a four to eight week period between full-blown cycles. The most common bridge is a low dose of testosterone and perhaps the continuation of Human Growth Hormone (HGH) if it was used during the actual cycle. While testosterone is the most common, a Proviron cycle during a bridge is a solid option; after all, it has the ability to provide more free testosterone. This isn't the most effective bridge, but it can be attempted. If this type of Proviron cycle is used, once again HGH can be included, and if available Dianabol at a dose of 10mg per day if the total bridge is only four weeks as this will provide total androgen replacement.
For the low testosterone patient, he will have the easiest time combating the side effects of Sustanon 250. In this case, while side effects are possible he is merely replacing the testosterone he’s lacking. Then we have the performance athlete and he will be taking his testosterone levels far above and beyond what could ever be naturally produced. Most men can tolerate high testosterone levels very well but there is generally a cutoff point. However, this cutoff point can vary greatly from one man to the next. Further, this individual will need to exercise more caution than the low testosterone patient and often take steps that a therapeutic setting may not require. In order to help you understand the possible side effects of Sustanon 250 we have broken them down into their separate categories along with all the information you’ll need.