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    Anabolic steroids and bruising

    Hi,
    Iím doing some research on bruising affecting those that use steroids for body building.
    Iíve just started looking in to this project and it seems to be common knowledge that those on steroids will bruise a lot easier. Some times with the smallest of bumps.

    Could members on here share their experiences please and if possible point me in the right direction of where I can find some official research.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloudmax View Post
    it seems to be common knowledge that those on steroids will bruise a lot easier. Some times with the smallest of bumps..
    that's news to me....

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    What is your theoretical mechanism of action?

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    Are you a female? Not trying to be a wise crack. Women bruise a lot easier then men and if the E2 level is off, it might exasperate the problem.

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    Where did you read that? It isn't true.

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    The only reason that I can think AAS would even be linked to easier bruising is if their hematocrit was high/polycythemia.

    http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/polycyt...roduction.aspx
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    Never heard or had it happen to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by almostgone View Post
    The only reason that I can think AAS would even be linked to easier bruising is if their hematocrit was high/polycythemia.

    Polycythaemia - NHS Choices
    This is 100% true, I've had a massive bruise after bumping into a door. High RBC will do this...

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    Haven't experienced this myself

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