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    Teens and steriods

    What would the consequences be of a 14-15 year old running a test cycle with proper pct?
    Then how about a 24-25 year old running a test cycle with proper pct?
    I'm trying to see all the EXACT risks posed with teens and steriods contrasted to adults and steriods

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    Teens endocrine system is not developed yet, risking permanent shutdown and being on TRT for life!

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    Why?
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    "It's human nature in a 'more is better' society full of a younger generation that expects instant gratification, then complain when they don't get it. The problem will get far worse before it gets better". ~ kelkel

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    Quote Originally Posted by austinite View Post
    Why?
    to get 'swole'

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    Quote Originally Posted by austinite
    Why?
    The only difference I can see is the endocrine system realistically an growth plates still active and because I always here people in my gym (on steriods ) preaching to younger guys to stay away and it's ironic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Negative Knight View Post
    The only difference I can see is the endocrine system realistically an growth plates still active and because I always here people in my gym (on steriods) preaching to younger guys to stay away and it's ironic
    usually when this questions comes up (it comes up constantly) it means that the person asking the question is the young person they are referring to...

    ...how old are you?

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    15 you are 99% sure of being shutdowned for life.

    You will also stop your growth.

    And have a lifetime of problem. For a bit of muscle that you ciuld of get naturaly anyway...

    Yea it ****ing worth it!!! -_-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Times Roman

    usually when this questions comes up (it comes up constantly) it means that the person asking the question is the young person they are referring to...

    ...how old are you?
    I'm 31 I just heard this highschool freshman in the gym talking about he's on a test e cycle and I was wondering if he was screwed because he's 9 weeks in

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    In my personal experience, and from what I've seen happen to others who start young... If you cycle once, chances are you'll do it again. The more you fck with your body, the more fcked up it gets (in layman's terms). I started at 18 and was 10+ cycles deep by the time I hit 25. I'm pretty sure I should be on prescription TRT right now at 28, but I haven't seen a doctor. I'm hoping I can PCT after the cycle on now, and get back to normal. I'm not counting on it though. Most guys that I know, that started young like me, have most of the same symptoms I have ie bald, body hair, limp dick if I'm not on Test, low energy/lethargy without Test ect. I know I have liver damage. And thats only guys that I know that are open enough to talk about it. I wouldn't say that its garaunteed that youngsters juicing will fck themselves up permanently, but its probable and highly likely. But try talking a teenager out of something they already have their minds set on lol.

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    I agree with time roman. Pretty immature question on this website I think. But if you are serious, do not do it. You will regret it. Read the stickies and think about your future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedeerhunter
    I agree with time roman. Pretty immature question on this website I think. But if you are serious, do not do it. You will regret it. Read the stickies and think about your future.
    I'm talking about the kid in the gym, just wondering how screwed he is

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    Quote Originally Posted by Negative Knight View Post
    The only difference I can see is the endocrine system realistically an growth plates still active and because I always here people in my gym (on steriods) preaching to younger guys to stay away and it's ironic
    I get what you're saying, but WHY on earth would you question 14 and 15 year olds cycling? What exactly is your motive? That's an odd age you chose there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by austinite

    I get what you're saying, but WHY on earth would you question 14 and 15 year olds cycling? What exactly is your motive? That's an odd age you chose there.
    I figured highschool freshman are generally 14-15 and I just decided to ask again another 10 years down. And I heard Arnold cycled at 14-15

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