Thread: is this roids?
06-05-2003, 04:18 PM #1
is this roids?
I have this skin disease or somthin i dunno what it is and doc prescribed me OLUX foam .005% (clobetasol propionate ). Does this have a small amount of prop in it? it is supposed to reduce swelling. I feel a little depressed and angry since I'v been using it. maybe it's all the rain.
06-05-2003, 04:21 PM #2
oh shit it is roids
It comes in a 100g bottle how much prop do you think is actually in each gram of this stuff?
I think i'm gonna use it only in the morning, maybe for like a morning dbol affect
Last edited by husun; 06-05-2003 at 06:30 PM.
06-05-2003, 04:31 PM #3
proprionate is only the ester if I am not mistaken.
06-05-2003, 05:36 PM #4
06-05-2003, 05:59 PM #5
can you explain the difference?
edit: Marked muscle fiber atrophy can result from chronic corticosteroid use
Last edited by husun; 06-05-2003 at 06:29 PM.
06-05-2003, 08:29 PM #6
Corticosteriods are used to reduce swelling and inflammation. They are manmade drugs that closely resemble cortisone. I think prednisone(sp) is probably the most widely used corticosteroid.
06-05-2003, 10:48 PM #7
Without going into this in much detail to answer your question simply, you are not going to see ANY gains at all from this.
Just as a precaution if you are using a topical/oral/aerosal corticosteroid, be sure you are not on:
2) Water Pills
I think those would be the top two drugs used by people searching through this board...there are others such as blood thinners and antacids...but those are far less prevalent to members on the board.
06-06-2003, 10:38 PM #8
how did i already know the answer to this question before i even clicked on the thread....im psychic i guess
06-07-2003, 02:19 AM #9Originally posted by husun
Marked muscle fiber atrophy can result from chronic corticosteroid use
Watch your diet too - corticosteroids can increase appetite at a time that increased calories will usually go straight to storage. Prednisone (also a corticosteriod) has a solid reputation for this...
BTW - propinate is nothing more than the 17B ester - it is attached to the hormone to control it's release. The esters have no anabolic properties at all. Ester's are used in a lot of meds...
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