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    Fashioncore1 is offline Associate Member
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    Cortisone Interactions

    I wanted to know if anyone could tell me about the interactions that cortisone shots might have with specific AS. My wrists are shot and i started cortisone treatments like 6 months ago. I ended it around 3 months ago. I wanted to know if there are certain AS to stay away from.
    i used the search feature, but my computer is slow as shit and i could not waste an hour sifting through all of the posts.

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    I'd stay away form cortisone. Cortisone is a cortico-steriod (catabolic) and wouldn't be productive for your gains.
    It shouldn't have any effect on AAS now if your last treatment was 3mo ago.
    Infact since AAS block cortisol receptors I'm not even sure if cortisol would be effective while on cycle. (I'm not sure though).

    As far as the injury and treatment goes ask your doctor for a non-steriodal treatment.

    xxxl83

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    Question

    I'm bout to start a short 6day Cortisone cycle to treat asthma. Does anybody know if I have to stop an AS cycle for the Cortisone to be effective??

    Thanks!

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    any vets have input on this? thanks

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    No, you should not have to stop. AAS inhibits cortisol production but will not inhibit effectiveness of the supplementation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pheedno
    No, you should not have to stop. AAS inhibits cortisol production but will not inhibit effectiveness of the supplementation.
    Thks Pheedno...

    I also found this for anybody who is interested:

    The steroid molecule also occupies the cortisone receptors on the membrane of the muscle cell and blocks them. Therefore, the cortisone produced by the body, a highly catabolic (reducing) hormone, cannot become effective and the muscle cell does not release protein (Grunding and Bachmann, 1996. Pg. 16).

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