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    I'm not going to advise you to use them I am not a steroid advocate I am a truth advocate. I will tell you what can be beneficial about steroid use and what could harm you physically, emotionally, and even socially. In fact, I'll probably do a better job of educating you about the dangers of steroids than Dr, Bob ('no he-shes for me') Goldman. Before I get into the technical aspects of steroids, let me do what I promised, sling some dirt by pointing out some so-called truths, which are outright lies. After drug cessation the BP seems to return to pre-steroid levels within several weeks, It is suggested that elevations of systolic and/or diastolic BP may occur in some individuals however, the effect does not seem to be consistent. Androgens seem to affect BP more than anabolic agents, although the exact mechanism remains to be established. Most prospective studies, investigating either low or high doses of single drug use or polydrug administration for periods from 3 to 26 weeks, reported no alterations of serum total cholesterol levels. However, the response of serum total cholesterol  2004 Adis Data Information BV. In a cross-sectional study, Cohen et al. More research is warranted to elucidate the effects on Lp(a), and the impact of unfavourable changes of serum lipids and lipoprotein levels in combination with a beneficially altered serum Lp(a) level. Summary on Lipids and Lipoproteins In summary, many studies investigating therapeutic and supratherapeutic doses of AAS administration have consistently demonstrated that serum lipids and lipoproteins are unfavourably altered by these substances. However, the effects may vary considerably with regimen and types of AAS used, and with route of administration, Serum total cholesterol and triglyceride levels seem to remain unaffected by AAS abuse. Acne appears to disappear upon cessation of androgen administration. Male pattern baldness does not appear to be a common adverse effect, but is often discussed as a potential side effect associated with androgen use. This is likely related to the role that androgens have in regulating hair growth (Lee et al. An abnormal expression of a specific cutaneous androgen receptor increases the likelihood of androgenic alopecia (Kaufman and Dawber, 1999 Lee et al, Thus, it is likely that androgenic alopecia observed as a result of exogenous androgen use is more prevalent in individuals that have a genetic predisposition to balding. As a result many of these athletes may use anabolic steroids excessively for several years without cycling off or perhaps minimizing the length of “off cycles” depending on their competition schedule, Recent research has indicated that those athletes exhibit behavior that are consistent with substance dependence disorder (Perry et al. Although the medical issues associated with anabolic steroids may be quite different between these two types of athletes, the scientific literature generally does not differentiate between the two. The following sections will discuss adverse effects on specific physiological systems associated with anabolic-androgenic steroid use. It is important to note that many athletes consume multiple drugs in addition to anabolic steroids.

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