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The preparation sustanon cycle consists of sodium citrate (peptizing agent which displaces the bound water contained in the stool), sodium lauryl (dilutes the contents of the intestine) and sorbitol (increases laxative effect by stimulation of water flow to the intestines). Increasing the amount of water and peptization by thinning helps soften the stool and facilitates…

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When a iodides in the follicle epithelial cells of the thyroid gland the iodine ions under the influence of the enzyme peroxidase oxidize iodide to form elemental iodine, which is incorporated into the molecule of tyrosine. Thus one part of tyrosine radicals iodized thyroglobulin, thereby forming thyronine, the main ones are thyroxine (T4) and buy…

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The contraceptive effect carried out through three complementary mechanisms:   suppression of ovulation at the level of the hypothalamic-pituitary regulation; change the properties of cervical secretions, causing it becomes impermeable to sperm; changes in the endometrium, which makes it impossible for the implantation of a fertilized egg. For women taking combined oral contraceptives, menstrual cycle…

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The preparation contains natural enzymes from the pancreas of animals – protease, lipase and amylase, providing digestion of protein, fat and carbohydrate foods. After receiving sustanon 250 cycle ® capsule quickly dissolves in the stomach, releasing the enteric coated pancreatin micropellets. Due to the small size, microgranules rapidly and uniformly mixed with the food and…

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