Thread: PERMANENT damage?
12-15-2005, 11:36 PM #12/3 Deca 1/3 Test
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I know there is a certain risk of damaging your kidneys/liver/heart but, how likely is it permanent damage will be done while on a typical first cycle? Is it possible it can be to the extent of developing a lifetime dependancy on test injections?
What kind of permanent damage can possibly be done to your body?
12-16-2005, 04:05 AM #2
from what ...? There is are lot of things that can done to safeguard the kidneys . Cranbery extract , suma root are the best things and a lots of water. I use them both on ever cycle.
12-16-2005, 04:43 AM #3
Liver is very resilient. It can rebound beyond the scope of what doctors tell us. The key ingredient is knowledge. Know what you are doing. Get blood tests to safeguard agains any possible unseen side effects. And like Lion said, water can be your best friend.
12-16-2005, 05:00 AM #4
How likely is it permanent damage will be done while on a typical first cycle?
1.) You are over or about age 25
2.) Your first cycle is reasonable (dosages, compounds, etc...)
3.) You are educated as to how to properly come off the cycle (proper PCT)
4.) Your ancillary drugs and supplements compliment the compounds you have been using.
5.) The length of your first cycle is reasonable (less than 15 weeks)
6.) Your diet is commiserate with your goals.
With all of that taken into account, permanent damage being done to your body is exceedingly remote. Many would have you believe otherwise, but the simple fact is that there is no conclusive evidence that short term, conscientious usage of steroids is, in any way, harmful to your body. The evidence simply isn't there. In fact, it's quite the opposite. There are many un-official studies done by individuals that use their own bodies as "test subjects". Some for many years at a time. As of today, there have been no long or short term damages attributed to sensible usage of steroids.
The glorified horror stories that are often trumpeted in the media about the horrors of steroids, are typically related to unfortunate teenagers. Uneducated kids that have no business using these drugs in the first place.
As with any radical medical therapy, education is of the utmost importance.
12-16-2005, 06:28 AM #5Originally Posted by bigJJ
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