It all depends on you personally. I dosed at 30mg per day, and suffered no side effects at all! Then again, my doctor says I have a really healthy, functional thyroid which may be a factor. Anyways, so yes, a lot of people report that they notice a kind of lethargy either during week 2-3 or week 3-4 with RAD140. But after that, it stars to level out and go away as your body adjusts to it. All that being said, everyone is different but I had no side effects with RAD140 whatsoever, aside from getting straight shredded, and sort of feeling like a god when in the gym lol. But we’re all different.
My suggestion would be, if you already started a cycle, continue through with it unless your side effects are getting in the way of day-to-day life; it may just be your body readjusting.
I personally ran RAD for 8 weeks, although I was feeling so good I wanted to go for 12, but I figured I would keep it standard for a first time cycle. It is hands down my favorite compound so far, and once finances permit, I’m going to run an 8 week cycle of RAD, with MK677 weeks 5-8 (1 month)
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Androgenic side effects, although much lesser than Testosterone, are still a possibility with Equipoise. Although Equipoise interacts with the 5AR (5-alpha reductase) enzyme, which is the enzyme responsible for the conversion of Testosterone into the stronger androgen DHT (Dihydrotestosterone), it does not convert into DHT but instead converts into Dihydroboldenone (DHB). Although it converts into DHB, studies have found Equipoise to undergo this conversion at a much lower rate than the conversion of Testosterone into DHT. Androgenic side effects can include: increased oily skin (sebum secretion), increased acne formation (linked to sebum secretion), bodily and facial hair growth, and the increased risk of experiencing male pattern baldness (MPB) if the individual possesses the genetic predisposition for it.