Remember that SARMs are a relatively new product.
This means that even though they are at the cutting edge of scientific research and give quick and effective results, they are still being studied by medical professionals and scientists to determine safe dosage and long-term side effects. This leads us to discuss a few of the possible side effects for SARMs. Keep in mind that each of these supplements is unique and may affect one user differently than another.
Keep in mind that each of these supplements is unique and may affect one user differently than another.
For most SARMs, the most common side effect is an imbalance in hormones, but with a proper PCT or post cycle therapy, this is usually bearable.
Andarine, also known as S-4, is one of the most used SARMs out there. It’s been around for longer than most SARMs, and has proven to be extremely effective. However, this one comes with some specific side effects that other SARMs don’t have, such as impaired nighttime vision, yellow tint to vision, and suppression of the HPG axis.
Ostarine may have a similar effect on the HPG axis, but it also may cause problems with elevated estradiol levels.
Again, each SARMs has its own specific set of side effects, and their impacts are still being studied today.
SARMs are not sold for human ingestion, and can only be marketed for research purposes.