Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone is a potent derivative of Dianabol. This oral steroid is structurally a cross between methandrostenolone and clostebol (4-chlorotestosterone), having the same base structure as Dianabol with the added 4-chloro alteration of clostebol. This alteration makes chlorodehydromethyltestosterone a milder cousin of Dianabol, the new steroid displaying no estrogenic and a much less androgenic activity in comparison to its more famous counterpart. The anabolic activity of chlorodehydromethyltestosterone is somewhat lower than that of Dianabol as well, but it does maintain a much more favorable balance of anabolic to androgenic effect. This means that at any given level of muscle-building activity, chlorodehydromethyltestosterone will be less likely to produce androgenic side effects.
There is a big controversy on this matter. There are some sources, which tells that turinabol depot is detectable up to 18 months and oral turinabol is detectable up to 12 months in worst-case scenario. Some other people on the forums tell that 6-8 weeks in more than enough. However, we cannot understand where they all took such huge and unreliable numbers from. Doping tests rarely shows chlordehydromethyl-testosterone indeed and it was widely used in 60es and 70es so there is a good evidence that real detection times are much shorter. Most likely this mistake happened because athletes used some long-living substances like deca long with it. Or, maybe, these sources misrepresent turinabol with the same deca, we have seen some product descriptions, supposedly made for turanabol but after reading we understood they were just copypasted from deca descriptions, stupid, isnt’ it? Also, just as brain-storming: YES, it quickly leaves the body and not detectable in the urine tests, but probably modern blood tests can detect it for longer time, especially when using injectable turinabol.