The cardiovascular side effects of Aromasin can include high blood pressure as mentioned above; however, baring an underlying issue, genetic predisposition or generally unhealthy lifestyle most should not have a problem. Then we have cholesterol, and this can be a little tricky for the anabolic steroid user. When used alone, such as in breast cancer treatment, Aromasin should not have a statistical negative effect on cholesterol. For the steroid user, steroids can have a negative impact on cholesterol, some more than others. Data has shown that when an AI is used with an aromatizing steroid like testosterone it can exasperate the negative effects on cholesterol. When testosterone is administered at a therapeutic dose, the effect on cholesterol should not be significant. When testosterone is administered in supraphysiological doses, it can have a small impact on HDL cholesterol (good cholesterol) by reducing HDL levels. However, when an AI is used with therapeutic or supraphysiological doses of testosterone, data shows this may cause up to a 25% reduction in HDL cholesterol. Due to the possible cardiovascular side effects of Aromasin a healthy lifestyle will be imperative. Those who live a healthy lifestyle and possess no underlying conditions should not have a problem. In order to protect yourself from the cardiovascular side effects of Aromasin the following criteria should be met:
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