The safety of a Turinabol cycle for women is hotly debated. In some cases, it has been shown that even very low doses of 5mg each day may cause virilization. In others, women have used 10mg a day for about eight weeks without any noticeable sides, and have gained significant mass. With oral Turinabol gaining popularity among female athletes and bodybuilders, however, it should be noted that there are better options for women that are not as likely to cause virilization. For this reason, it is recommended that women do not use Tbol. Winstrol and Primobolan are great alterantives, but Anavar is commonly known as the “queen of steroids” when it comes to women.
I should have specified that I was referring to Tbols fibrinolytic properties. I've read that it increases clotting time, however I was wondering if there was any studies as to how much the time increase was or how severe the effects are. I am somewhat familiar with fibrinolytic's and their therapeutic use in stroke patients, but not enough to understand how Tbol stacks up. I am considering a low dose (20-40mg) extended run. I am being cautious, possibly overly cautious, as being able to form blood clots is something I thoroughly enjoy being able to do.