I’d expect the nandrolone produced in the body from the N-17E to be detectable for a long time, and there’s no
apparent reason why it wouldn’t be detectable for just as long as with Deca.
On the dosage thing: what I have found is that most people,
very high percentage, can use 400 mg/week of Deca and get good results and minimal side effects. Few people can use much more than this (because of mood problems mostly) though there are rare exceptions. Also a few people have mood problems at doses well under 400 mg/week.
I believe the problem is that nandrolone has some progestagenic effect: use a moderate amount, and it’s like you have a moderate amount of progesterone in your blood, which you can handle so far as mood goes: use a ton of it,
and it’s like being pregnant or having PMS, and if you’re a guy you’re problem even less able to handle this than women are, due to not being used to it. And besides, crying jags
come off a lot worse on a guy than they do with women
Whether morning-only use, which could avoid the need for cycling, will be workable will depend on how long the half life proves to be. If it is long, which I don’t expect, then levels might not drop enough by night-time for this to be workable. But if it’s short or moderate, it should be possible to take N17-E in the morning only without significantly suppressing testosterone production. Those are certainly tests we will be doing, both the half-life and whether suppression occurs with morning-only dosing.