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    Anabolic steroids and bruising

    Thanks for the comments. Answer has been obtained.
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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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    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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    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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    Wtf...i got a bruise on my hip dont know where it came from..didnt bump anything..doesnt hurt any...smh..this is a first...rbc maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max562 View Post
    Wtf...i got a bruise on my hip dont know where it came from..didnt bump anything..doesnt hurt any...smh..this is a first...rbc maybe?

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    I get the ever loving piss beat out of me daily, you couldnt bruise me with a baseball bat to the eye.

    It takes severe impact from a fallig piece of wood etc to bruise me.

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