At the same time, it decreases catabolism of proteins or their degradation thereby ensuring that little proteins are lost from the body in daily urine. With constant synthesis and minute loss, protein accumulates in the body. Major reservoir for protein is muscular system so increased proteins will indirectly lead to increased muscle mass. Increased bulk is also accompanied by increased strength and activity reserve of the muscles. Medical personnel also use D-bolic abundantly to treat patients. It is administered to the chronically ill patients (like patients of AIDS and malignancy) to compensate for weight loss (they increase lean body mass by boosting protein pile up). It is also administered in post-menopausal females to treat or reduce the risk of osteoporosis and decreased bone density.