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Steroids And Their Harmful Side Effects

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This article breaks the steroid side effects down, explaining how steroids affect different body parts. Thinking about taking steroids? Read this first.

The term steroids normally are associated with reference to a class of drugs that are used to treat a variety of medical conditions. Steroids have several uses for medical purposes, such as maintaining sexual characteristics in males following surgery for removal of testes following testicular cancer, in adolescent males suffering with malfunction of the pituitary gland, and following surgery and cancer that involves loss of muscle tissue. These drugs are also used for supporting reproduction, regulation of the metabolism and immune functions. Also used for increasing muscle mass, bone mass, inflammation and other medical conditions.

Anabolic Steroids (AAS)

“Anabolic means use of something that causes a building up of tissue. The term anabolism refers more generally to an increase in lean tissue in particular muscle tissue”.

Anabolic steroids or more precisely anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS) are a class of synthetic drugs that are designed to mimic the effects of the hormone testosterone. Testosterone is derived in the body from cholesterol, and like other steroid hormones, testosterone has its main effect on tissues. Testosterone enters a body cell and attaches to a receptor which crosses into the cell nucleus where it activates the synthesis of protein. Protein synthesis leads to tissue repair and growth. If we are able to increase protein synthesis it would lead to quicker regeneration of the body, and to give faster recovery from illness and injuries.

A steroid used in the treatment of medical conditions usually involves the use of only one type of steroid and medical patients are closely monitored and the doses used are approximately that which would be produced naturally by the human body. In the case of steroid use in sports, people tend to take mega dosages sometimes 10-100 times the dosage that would be administered for some medical conditions and often involving more than one type at a time. Most steroid users, and especially novice users, get their dosage instructions from the seller or from friends who take the drugs, more often without any questions as to the drugs effects, or correct dosages. Many steroids available on the black market are even of dubious quality and often only contain small amounts of the drug. Some of these drugs have even been reported to contain only water and a dye, or contain only normal peanut oil.

Side Effects of Steroids Use

The side effects that steroids have on the body are many and can cause some serious side effects including cancers, but many sports users chose to ignore any information on side effects, even to the point of using the excuse of “its only the drugs abuse that causes side effects” but any drug that alters the homeostasis of the body will have an effect.

Looking at the body in more detail we can look at how steroids can affect each different part of the body:

Brain:

Studies have shown a pattern between high testosterone levels and aggressive behaviour, which is often seen as the users involved in violent acts. Often steroids have been used as an excuse for a person’s aggressive behaviour. High dose users have also been affected with psychotic syndromes and a high level of anxiety. Other effects that appear are, sleep disturbances, feelings of euphoria, high levels of paranoia, various stages of depression, with some users suffering extreme mood swings, and also changes in their personality. A large number of users become dependant on steroid use which then can lead to addiction.

Face:

Steroid use results in high levels of water retention (oedema) leading to the user becoming “round faced” with puffy cheeks. In females reports have shown the effect of a growth of facial hair quite common, bad breath is quite a common effect as is the voice of females becoming husky by a deepening of the voice. Steroids also commonly affect the skin of the face and body by causing acne.

Eyes:

Long term use of steroids can actually damage the eyes, resulting in eye infections, cataracts or glaucoma.

Hair:

Male pattern baldness is common in both females and males due to the conversion of high levels of testosterone into dihydrotestosterone or DHT, causing the hair follicles to shrink, which only then produces very fine hair. Eventually with continued steroid use the hair follicle dies leading to permanent baldness.

Heart:

This section the steroid user should be most concerned about, but normally choose to ignore until a serious cardiovascular event happens. Steroid use causes heart disease and becomes evident due to high increases in total cholesterol levels, causing a build up of cholesterol on the walls of the blood vessels which can also lead to strokes. Also shown is a decrease in the levels of the good cholesterol (HDL) and increase in the bad cholesterol (LDL). Blood pressure is known to increase and blood clots in blood vessels disrupting the blood flow causing damage to the heart muscle leading to heart attacks.

Stomach:

Normal signs of problems to the stomach from steroid use include feelings of being bloated, a feeling of being nauseous leading to bouts of vomiting with blood sometimes being evident in the vomit caused by irritation to the stomach lining and increased stomach acids with a lower level of stomach mucus.

Kidneys:

The kidneys are important for the elimination of waste material from the blood and the regulation of salt and water levels. Another important function of the kidneys is the regulation of blood pressure; high blood pressure damages the blood vessels and filtering system of the kidneys. The occurrence of kidney problems occurs mostly with the use of oral steroids with a suppression of blood clotting factors leading to increased blood clotting time following cuts or injury. The kidneys have to work harder with oral steroid use due to increase requirements to filter the blood. Steroid users also normally resort to ultra high protein intake, sometime far in excess of normal intake involved with weight training which can lead to kidney stones. Kidney stones can block the opening of the urinary tract leading to problems with urinary excretion. High blood pressure can also cause problems to the kidneys by damaging the blood vessels by causing thickening and narrowed blood vessels leading to a reduced blood supply and filtration.

Liver:

The liver, the largest organ of the body is used to filter harmful toxins from the blood and for storage of certain nutrients like vitamins/minerals. It is also important for the managing levels of chemicals such as proteins, cholesterol and sugars. The liver is also used for the production of bile to aid in the digestion of food. Steroid use has been shown to cause irreversible liver damage and cancers. Oral steroids are difficult for the liver to metabolise leading to a decrease in the ability of the liver to clear waste products. Some counterfeit steroids have been known to carry all kinds of bacteria and virus leading to adverse liver function. Hepatocellular jaundice which is evident by a yellowing of the skin and eyes, can be caused by an abnormal liver function as the liver cannot effectively filter the blood.

Chest:

Breast development (Gynocomastia) from steroid use is a very common and an often seen side effect of long term steroid cycles or high dose steroid use, causes a formation of breast tissue which begins as visible lumps under the nipples that normally requires surgical intervention. The breasts of female steroid users can actually shrink in size.

This image shows Gynocomastia developing in a male:

Bones:

Use of steroids by teenagers and males in their early twenties who have not yet ceased growing can impair bone growth leading to being shorter in height in adulthood due to premature closure of epiphyseal growth plates. Bone pain can also be a side effect of steroid use.

Muscle and Tendons:

The use of steroids can make a person feel stronger than they actually are, resulting in trying to lift heavier weights than their body is actually capable of, which can lead to muscle tears. The muscle can get stronger more rapidly than the strength of the tendons then a greater possibility of tendon rupture is likely to occur.

Skin:

Steroid use can have an effect on the user’s skin by affecting the skin pores and causing roughness in the skin texture. Other skin conditions that are often seen are red blotchy, greasy skin with acne on the face and back. Stretch marks can also appear due to rapid growth of muscle or a thinning of the skin. As mentioned above steroids affect the liver and a side effect is jaundice, this becomes evident by a yellowing of the skin and eyes.

Impaired immune system:

An impaired immune function can occur with steroid use with problems occurring after cessation and effects becoming more visible.

Oedema:

This means the appearance of being bloated and is caused by an accumulation of fluid which is mostly seen as swollen ankles and fingers.

Prostrate gland:

The prostrate gland is specific to males and located just below the bladder, its main functions are the production of prostatic fluid, a component of seminal fluid and are also for maintaining sperm activity. Steroids are known to cause an enlargement of the prostrate gland, and as the prostrate gland encircles the urethra any swelling of the prostrate can cause interference in the urine flow. Males should be made aware that any changes in the prostrate gland can also affect sexual activity. Other effects that can happen are abnormal sperm and a decreased sperm count.

Blood Poisoning:

Many steroid users are often frightened to go to a needle exchange to obtain a supply of sterile needles in case they are labelled addicts, often resulting in the use of, or sharing of non sterile needles, which can cause blood poisoning with a higher risk of infection and infectious diseases. The user’s injection site can also become swollen and tender and can lead to abscesses which can then lead to the requirement of painful medical intervention.

Impotence:

Taking steroids will cause the testes to decrease its normal function. When stopping the testosterone supplementation it takes a while for the pituitary gland to signal the testes to once again begin manufacturing testosterone. In long term or high dose testosterone use the testes can actually cease production or can actually atrophy which can lead to a long delay in the testes beginning manufacturing testosterone naturally. Impotence occurs after the steroids cessation, and long term drug use causes lack of erections.

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Females and Steroid Use


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Many more females are now using anabolic steroids to improve performance, increase muscle size and or increase strength for performance, but as with males there are side effects to the female body, Many of the side effects are identical to those of males, but other side effects can be the growth of facial hair, male pattern baldness, deepening of the voice, breast size reduction, infertility. Other effects include menstrual cycle changes, infertility and possible clitoral enlargement.

From the side effects listed above we can see that steroid use suppresses the production of normal bodily hormones. The body will attempt to adjust its own level of hormones, but disrupting or increasing the body’s natural hormones will cause disruptive changes to the users own physical and mental environment. Having been in the fitness industry and the world of bodybuilding for many years I have heard all the excuses that people use to justify their use of anabolic steroids some quite hilarious. I have also seen people; and this includes friends, experience the drugs side effects. Some more serious than others but serious health problems have in the end become evident. My advice to anyone who is taking or even contemplating taking these drugs either for appearance, ego or as an easy option to hard training is to stay well away from them. They will affect you in some way, some minor effects with short term use, but more serious side effects with high dose long term use.

References:
Drugs in Sport. Second edition. David R Mottram.
Principles and Practice of Resistance Training. M. H. Stone. M Stone. W A Sands

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MD MUSTQUIM
Posted Sun, 10/02/2011 - 11:18

I REALLY LIKED THESE INFORMATION AND REALLY IMPRESSED WITH IT.THANKS TO AVAIL THESE INFORMATION FOR READERS.

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omgitzme
Posted Tue, 03/27/2012 - 21:52

im doing a debate speech and this is a very helpful article thank you

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masila
Posted Sat, 07/28/2012 - 05:17

Very informative. Well written.

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dude
Posted Mon, 08/13/2012 - 11:36

What about the sweating!!!!? Also we list none of the positive effects.

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Johnny
Posted Mon, 09/09/2013 - 18:40

Thats because the page is for NEGATIVE effects not possitive ones.

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me!
Posted Thu, 11/07/2013 - 19:38

maybe because there are no positive effects:(!

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Mike
Posted Wed, 08/15/2012 - 09:01

Im going to have a dissagree with the majority of these co-called facts. Watch the documentary called "Bigger Faster Stronger, side effects of being American" if you want to learn the real truth and not this nonsense.

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william
Posted Wed, 08/22/2012 - 17:29

very important info..can you tell us whats the effects of short term use or even e-mail me if possible.

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Magic Andy
Posted Tue, 10/23/2012 - 11:27

I have consulted a doctor regarding a case with whom I work who identifies many of the issues noted above. Sorry Mike but qualified people are pointing me towards agreement with this article.

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Megan Longdon
Posted Fri, 10/26/2012 - 04:49

OMG that woman in the picture is me... where did you get it???????

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Jackie Chan
Posted Fri, 03/15/2013 - 00:17

Oh righto

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juan
Posted Mon, 04/01/2013 - 13:05

i watch all your
movies conichigua mucho pedoo

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Manoj
Posted Tue, 11/20/2012 - 01:22

Very important for my life. Can you advice some exercise for me?
I have under treatment with steroid vasculites neuro

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Sander Berg
Posted Tue, 11/27/2012 - 08:13

Is there any chance I could use the picture of the man? I would use it for a school article, and this is the best picture I could find related to the subject. Best regards, Sander

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Jessie
Posted Tue, 12/04/2012 - 20:18

These side effects are true for some individuals just like any drug. Like anything you put in your body you should do much research about it. How many reading this drink alcohol? Use tobacco? Have you read up on the side effects? Do you still partake?

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Abhijit
Posted Thu, 12/13/2012 - 06:57

I REALLY LIKED THESE INFORMATION AND REALLY IMPRESSED WITH IT.

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mohd.nohsin
Posted Tue, 12/18/2012 - 14:42

its really nice to knw abt hidden fact of steroids but i think that it only happens when a we consumes this for a long time... say for one or two years continuously..
if it is wrong then plz email me at mohsin5191@gmail.com...
thnx

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Ct
Posted Wed, 01/09/2013 - 20:03

I hate to rain on your " doctors know more than God almighty , even tho all they know is what they read in a book parade " but I have been on steriods for over a decade, it does NOT cause impotence , cancer, hairloss, immune system problems, mental problems, kidney heart kidney or any other internal organ problems! I do have a little higher than normal blood pressure but then again so does my mother and she has never touched any drug, I am sterol but I never got any woman pregnant long before I ever used roids, steriods r an amplifier, if u r bipolar u will b really bipolar, if your a happy person u will b really happy, depression and anything else so on and so forth, my cousin has croins dissease , his dr put him on 800 mg of anadrol and he only weighs 120 lbs , th most any 250 lb man should take is 100 mg of anadrol, th dr was seriously over dosing him ! U cant argue w long term testing! Something drs and pharmacutical companies dont do!

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Freddy
Posted Thu, 04/25/2013 - 16:40

There is medical fact, then there are people stupid enough to abuse it. And you wonder why this clown has more thumbs down than up. The one who gave him thumbs up are as stupid as he is. Ignorant statement from an ignorant idiot.

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Lemon
Posted Tue, 08/13/2013 - 20:21

I hate to rain on your 'doctors know more than God almighty, even though all they know is what they read in a book' parade, but I have been on steriods for over a decade, it does NOT cause impotence, cancer, hairloss, immune system problems, mental problems, kidney, heart or any other internal organ problems! I do have a little higher than normal blood pressure but then again so does my mother and she has never touched any drug (What about paracetamol?), I am sterile but I never got any woman pregnant, long before I ever used roids, steriods are an amplifier, if you are bipolar, you will be really bipolar. If you're a happy person, you will be really happy. The same priciple with depression and anything else so on and so forth. My cousin had Croins Disease, his doctor put him on 800 mg of anadrol and he only weighs 120 lbs , the most any 250 lb man should take is 100 mg of anadrol, the doctor was seriously over dosing him! You can't argue with long term testing! Something doctors and pharmaceutical companies don't do!*

Something people who are unintelligent don't do. Check your spelling and your facts!

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tc
Posted Mon, 12/02/2013 - 03:40

I would like to thank you for your comment. people these day will believe anything the doctors tell them even when the doctors have no idea what they are talking about with roids. much appreciated. and I 100% agree with you and what you've said

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kk
Posted Thu, 03/06/2014 - 16:44

has no idea what he is talking about !

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Anofuctus
Posted Sat, 05/24/2014 - 17:15

I've been on steroids for nearly a decade with none of the above problems. I know this is a old article to reply on, but I didn't want to miss the opportunity.

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Cody
Posted Thu, 01/10/2013 - 15:11

OH MY LORD.

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rene edwards
Posted Fri, 01/11/2013 - 08:25

My daughter's so called boyfriend has been on steroids for quite sometime. He had some bloodwork done and said that his white blood cell count is high. He said that means he has cancer reports I have read says it means infection. I think be us being dramatic. Any body have any information that would be helpful.

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rene edwards
Posted Fri, 01/11/2013 - 08:27

My daughter's so called boyfriend has been on steroids for quite sometime. He had some bloodwork done and said that his white blood cell count is high. He said that means he has cancer reports I have read says it means infection. I think be us being dramatic. Any body have any information that would be helpful.

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cassi
Posted Fri, 01/11/2013 - 13:08

can the use of steroids affect you from having children...

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nikos
Posted Mon, 04/01/2013 - 07:41

of course

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Posted Wed, 04/03/2013 - 02:43

Wil u marey me from PAK 25YEAR

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Posted Sat, 01/12/2013 - 13:38

im just happy to pass this information out to my step-son who is #1wrestler in his high school, hopefully it isnt too late

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Prince
Posted Thu, 01/17/2013 - 05:06

Can use of steroids affect us from having children or any sex problem?plz reply me or e-mail me

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caity
Posted Tue, 01/29/2013 - 12:57

it was a great help and we used it in a class prodject!

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Gary Goubeau
Posted Sun, 02/03/2013 - 21:54

Liked the discussion, but it's the "prostate", not "prostrate" which is what you are when are lying down. It's the prostate gland that get in the way of urination. Older men know this.

I don't like nitpicking, but such things tend to compromise your credibility, and we wouldn't want the good information to be doubted.

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Posted Fri, 02/08/2013 - 05:13

I love how we can use steroids enhance our performance, It allows me to get in touch with my feminine side!!!!

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Carmel Kalani
Posted Fri, 02/08/2013 - 05:14

OMG that person with the acne is me... the doctor promised not to give out my picture :0

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Megan Longdon
Posted Fri, 02/08/2013 - 05:28

i LOVE steroids!

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Posted Tue, 02/19/2013 - 11:08

hey

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Posted Thu, 02/21/2013 - 01:23

I copied basically all of the information for my pd assignment from this site lol! so helpful hope my teacher doesnt find out XD

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Robin Christopher
Posted Fri, 02/22/2013 - 21:28

Dear reader,
I read all above. I've few comments as I think that Anabolic Steroid, at least at present, isn't that harmful as it was in the past. With due respect, I wish to address the writer of "Steroids And Their Harmful Side Effects" above whom I think wrote this article basing on 'diagnosis' of steroid' about 15-20 years' ago. I took steroid, under the strictest guidance of medical expert/s who continued (1) monitor my blood and other internal body parts through MRI etc and (2) strictly restricted overdose and idiotic mix-ups of the drug. Furthermore, he always used needles so that liver isn't effected. Yes, I strongly would like to comment on the writer's comments on the effect of anabolic steroid on brain, face, eyes, hair, kidney, liver and and most importantly impotence! I cannot figure out as to how and why he wrote that 'Impotence' may/will occur! Libido during taking of steroid gets so strong and high that I knew of a friend of mine (a steroid-taker) who after few times sleeping with his wife as she couldn't take any more (for the day), he used to go to the brothel! And in relation to aftermath of steroid-taking, libido remains stronger than normal and in my case, as I took 'em more than a decade ago and quit after 1 & half year, I still enjoy very strong sex and believe it or not (its upto you), I go (an example, not that I do or permitted to do by my partner) 3 hours continuously and my partner had 7 times orgasms and I had 3 times within this 3 year's period! But I didn't stop there, I checked up everything with the help of my doctor, everything found to be normal, blood, image everything!
Yes of course, I've concern about heart as understandably, blood-cholesterol goes up fast while taking steroid. In this case, I think along with other vitamins, supplements etc., a taker must take medication like Lipitor upto 80 mg., and there is no side-effect or harm in taking Lipitor.
Re: brain, face, eyes, hair, kidney, liver etc., I would strongly comment that if you take steroid through monitoring by a sports' physician, you may be completely safe. AS for myself, though now I crossed 60, I've no organ is effected, eys are fine and the incredible thing is that my hair never lost a single hair and not a single hair went grey to date!
Can Arnold Swartznigger not be an example? When people talk over him, only one comment comes out of them "its all about money". Then prove that money kept this 68 years' old man so beautiful, handsome, strong and muscular! I need proof, if you cannot prove, then better forget the above article (not totally though as there is of course some side-effect like in all other drugs, I only say that these side-effects can be controlled in this new millennium unlike the time when I used to see that in gym-changerooms, the steriod-takers used to sniff the drug, put the powddered steroid under the tongue and what not (specially without being monitored)! No wonder why they would get sick.
-ROBIN CHRISTOPHER.

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julie
Posted Sat, 02/23/2013 - 04:37

I have been on 80 mlg of prednisone for almost two years and yes to Ct...these side effects do happen and are real. I have gained sixty pounds even not being able to eat as much as I normally would have due to extreme muscle weakness in jaw and swallloing issues due to myasthenia Travis. My face is as round as a beach ball plus other symptoms related....very hard to deal with esp when the family wants to take family PHOTOS:( I hats it but always remind myself that after three months in the hospital ICU...I am happy to be alive and my looks shudder not be the priority.

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Candyskull
Posted Wed, 06/19/2013 - 21:09

Prednisone isn't an anabolic steroid, and none of your symptoms are those of an AAS. Yeah, prednisone can make you fat and weak if you sit on your butt, but if you control your diet and get plenty of low resistance excersise you can lead a normal life.

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Poopie Maquire
Posted Sun, 03/03/2013 - 21:00

My pet child eats fish bones all the time! How about yours?

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Megan Longdon
Posted Thu, 03/14/2013 - 11:24

I love steroids soo much, i think im in love everyone!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Ben
Posted Wed, 04/03/2013 - 07:36

I know all this crap already. It says so all over the place!! I know WHAT steroids affect, but HOW? How do steroids affect the human body?

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jake the bake
Posted Tue, 04/23/2013 - 11:57

shut it all you gays

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Graham Wilmore
Posted Fri, 04/26/2013 - 06:28

So you advertise steroids but offer no purchasing system? Where do I go? I wanna shop online!

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satarabryant
Posted Tue, 05/07/2013 - 12:41

your nuts if you want to do steroids.

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Audrey
Posted Wed, 05/22/2013 - 23:03

As a high school student I was a gold medal winner in track and field, a star ball player - soft ball, basketball, volleyball; however I had very irregular menses - 3 mons, 5 months, hence the following 'experimental remedies' by two top gynecologists in the Kingston Medical School.
At age 21, I was injected intramuscularily with steroids to 'jump-start- menstruations. Resultsd - after 6 months I had surgery that found a cyst the size of a grapefruit on my rt ovary and several smal cysts on left ovary with an infintile uterus. -
The next TOP gynecolgist put me on costasteroids; left me there for 8 months on the 'most pure form - prednisone. I have had 2 nervous breakdowns;
At age 75 I have been left with aching, flabby muscles - legs, arms, upper back, instep of feet; I am an Herbalist and am attempting to keep my knees! my DC says the pain in my left hip is ALL MUSCLE RELATED. X-rays have confirmed no real damage in the hip itself.
AS an Experiment with steroids, I would say I was a failure!!

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