Being a strong androgen, we can expect the typical side effects. This includes oily skin, acne body/facial hair growth and premature balding. The addition of Proscar/Propecia should be able to minimize such side effects, as it will limit the conversion of testosterone to DHT (dihydrotestosterone). Sustanon will also suppress natural testosterone production rather quickly. The use of HCG and/or Clomid/Nolvadex are necessary at the conclusion of a cycle in order to avoid a hormonal crash. Remember though, Sustanon will remain active in the body for up to a month after your last injection was given. Beginning you post cycle drug therapy immediately after the steroid has been discontinued will not be very effective. Instead, HCG or Clomid/Nolvadex should be delayed three weeks, until you are near the point where blood androgen levels have dropped significantly.
That cycle looks heavy to me for a 2nd cycle, and at your age. I’d stay away from tren, save it for a few years down the road.
Testosterone displays a high (over 97%) non-specific binding to plasma proteins and sex hormone binding globulin in in vitro tests.
This extremely potent anabolic steroid should always be protected against unauthorized use, pets, sunlight, moisture, and children. Sustanon tablets and injections should not be refrigerated or freezed. When not to be used for long or expired, Sustanon tablets and injections should be discarded after having a word with a pharmacist or local waste disposal company.