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Steroid Health
  I first stumbled upon the idea of subcutaneous anabolic steroid injections when I was browsing testosterone replacement therapy videos on Youtube one day. Here is the exact video I stumbled across. Dr. John Crisler, SubQ Injection Demonstration I thought to myself at the time, “this can’t be.” All of those painful, frustrating intramuscular injections...
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“Estrogen is your friend, not your enemy. Your friends just need to be respectful of your boundaries.” So despite the clarity in the scientific literature that estrogen in males is imperative to maintain optimal health and function (including gaining muscle and losing fat), estrogen is still feared among steroids users and at times, that fear...
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G’day everyone. I would first off like to thank everyone for the support and praise I have received. It means a lot to me to hear that I can help out those struggling for resolutions with their cycle results or side effect management. Anyone familiar with my approach will know that I will not let...
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One of the questions I am often asked is: “I suspect I may have low testosterone levels, but I feel pretty good. How low is too low? I would rather not take testosterone replacement therapy for the rest of my life unless I have to.” And you know, it is one of the fairest questions...
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So you want to get your partner pregnant but you’ve been using, or abusing AAS? Male infertility is common enough among males in western societies—even in those who are not using, or have previously used AAS. Some quick definitions for those newbies reading: Infertility:inability to conceive children or young. AAS: An abbreviation for Anabolic and...
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  “What liver supplement should I take with my cycle?” This has to be one of the most commonly asked questions for me during my years of customer care service within this industry. It is a fair question though. Absolutely, anabolic and androgenic steroids are associated with hepatotoxicity cases. Hepatotoxicity is a word that simply...
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  Following up from Part 1, another consideration for a woman thinking about using anabolic steroids. Do females who have been using anabolic and androgenic steroids (AAS) need PCT? The short answer is: “No, females will not require a PCT the same way that a male would, but there are a few things a woman...
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  As the negative dogma lessens, the popularity for performance enhancing drugs has began to make its way into semi pop-culture within the fitness industry. Using performance enhancing drugs is no longer only for the serious athlete, but PEDs are now also for the everyday Joe who just wants to look good; or should I...
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I am often asked what to monitor while on cycle, post cycle or on TRT. Proper monitoring of men on Testosterone Replacement Therapy or high doses of AAS and/or other PED’s is essential to, well, not screwing up your life basically. You really can die if you screw this **** up and you’re unlucky. Let...
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Hello all. Continuing on from Part 2, in Part 3 we will discuss the scenario whereby a patient has managed to jump through the necessary hurdles (discussed in Part 1 and 2) for testosterone deficiency diagnosis and he has found himself a willing physician to prescribe and monitor his testosterone replacement therapy. For exemplar’s sake,...
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