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    Which type of steroids are the least harsh on the kidneys?

    Also which type are the most harsh on the kidneys? Anybody knows?

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    Injectables tend to be less harsh on the vital organs, with the exception of Tren . Orals tend to tax the organs more than injectables.

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    Tren tends to mess with your kidneys. Other than that, anything that causes a lot of water retention or greatly strains the liver will eventually strain your kidneys.
    But generally, AAS have little effect on the renal system.

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    You know I researched and researched as far as Tren being hepatoxic..only found conjecture..So I decided to go all out on it. My experience in a year of using all the way up to 1200mgs/weekly, absolutely stresses the kidneys. You can feel the stress in your lower back and the heavy decline in eating etc. This last go round I ran another hepatoxic supplement with it and starting to get nausea and threw up. Felt terrible soo, taking a break from Tren for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gi812Many View Post
    You know I researched and researched as far as Tren being hepatoxic..only found conjecture..So I decided to go all out on it. My experience in a year of using all the way up to 1200mgs/weekly, absolutely stresses the kidneys. You can feel the stress in your lower back and the heavy decline in eating etc. This last go round I ran another hepatoxic supplement with it and starting to get nausea and threw up. Felt terrible soo, taking a break from Tren for a while.
    I think I get your point. But just so we're clear: hepatotoxic means liver toxic. Not kidney (renal) toxicity.

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    Real good info, for some reason I thought all injectables did not effect the liver or kidneys.

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    Bonaparte, thanks for the correction. Always love reading your posts

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