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Steroids gone wrong

There are many ways in which steroid use can go wrong. It should be noted that steroids are powerful hormones than can affect a number of different physiological and psychological changes when used, so there are many examples of how steroids can effects the user both mentally and physically.

The most common side effects associated with their use are that of acne, gynecomastia and loss of sex drive. Let’s address each one and then put forward ways in which these sides can be reduced/limited or even prevented.


Acne can often be prevented by using an AI (Aromatase Inhibitor) because the most common hormones to cause these side effects are – estrogen. If we control estrogen we can prevent acne in most and also prevent other sides it may bring when elevated, such as gynecomastia, high blood pressure, water retention and mood swings. Acne can also be limited by washing regularly and in extreme cases medicaitons are needed to prevent or stop and outbreak, such as Vitamin B5 and Accutane (Isotretinoin).


Again, use an AI. Arimidex 0.5mg/EOD or Exmestane 10mg/ED. Dopamine agonists should also be kept on hand when using Progestins and Tamoxifen always kept on hand regardless of compounds used. A number of anabolic steroids can be used to counter the side effects of estrogen. These are, and are not limited to DHT derived steroids, such as, Matseron, Winstrol online and Primobolan.

Loss of sex drive (libido):

Use HCG when “on cycle” at 500ius 2x week. This will maintain testicular size and function. Then conduct a PCT protocol post anabolic steroid use. Tamoxifen and Clomid in combination for 4—5 weeks is a tried and tested PCT program. Steroid use should also be postponed to after 22-23 years of age because of HPTA development. Androgenic that severly inhibit the bodies own endogenous testosterone levels are injectable Deca-Durabolin and Trenbolone. These compounds will hault natural testosterone function in a matter of weeks after the first injection.


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