I'm actually sleeping better now. The sides I've experienced are much like Tren but the two drugs are very different. I don't think it's fair to compare them. I stole this from someone else but there was no point in me typing what someone else has written so well already.
First of all, methyltren and tren are not the same drugs...not even close. MT is NOT an oral version of tren, so MT should not be considered a variant of Trenbolone. It is its own drug, with its own unique effects on the body...a completely seperate steroid.
Whenever a steroid is methylated, such as the case here, it becomes an entirely different compound. Sometimes, adding a methyl group to the parent steroid results in a drug which displays similar visiual effects, but many times it changes the compound so much that there is virtually no similarity between the 2 drugs.
Regardless, once a steroid has been methylated, it should be viewed as seperate from the parent drug.
For example, would anyone ever say that Dianabol and EQ are the same? Would anyone compare the two or say they are similar? Is dianabol considered to be s suitable replacment for boldenone...or vice versa? No, yet dianabol is nothing more than methylated boldenone...that's it. The same molecular modification was made to boldenone, as was made to trenbolone...and added methylgroup.
The thing with steroids is that as soon as we make a single change to the molecule, it becomes a completely different drug, no matter how small or insignificant this change may seem to be. It helps to remember that ALL steroids...every single one of them, are nothing more than modifications to the testosterone molecule.
For this reason, MT should not be likened to tren simply because it has a similar chemical sructure. Hell, many steroids have an almost identical chemical structure, with only minor molecular changes differentiating the various AAS. The reason so many people tend to view these drugs as very similar is beause of their similar sounding name. If Dianabol was called Methylboldenone, many people would likely encounter the same confusion betwee the two.