Published at Monday, 28 December 2020. Anabolic Steroids. By jack154.
When a person is prescribed anabolic steroids, they are normally given one injection per week. In some cases, your steroid dose may be increased to twice per week. Steroid injections work by attaching to receptors in the brain and spinal cord, where the steroid will work to reduce inflammation and pain in the area. After four to six months, your doctor will have you use an injectionless steroid spray. This type of steroid can give you the same benefits as anabolic steroids if used properly, but the active ingredients will not be readily absorbed into your skin.
Side effects of anabolic steroids can include rapid weight gain, increased strength, thickening of the skin, hair loss, decreased energy, slowed wound healing, lowered sperm count, and high blood pressure. Some users even develop heart disease. Research has proven that anabolic steroids can cause a variety of serious medical conditions, including autoimmune diseases, diabetes, and cardiac arrhythmia. Long term use of anabolic steroids can cause high cholesterol levels to increase, chest pains, enlargement of breast tissue, sexual dysfunction, headaches, skin rash, and more.
If you are considering using anabolic steroids, then it is imperative that you consult your doctor and a fitness trainer before doing so. Your doctor will be able to run various tests to determine if you have any other health issues such as diabetes or kidney disease. A qualified and experienced sports medicine doctor will be able to tell you what the possible side effects are of using anabolic steroids. Once the doctor has determined that you are a safe candidate for steroid use, he or she will give you a list of steroids that are approved by the Food and Drug Administration. You will also be given a list of possible side effects.
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