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    Yes Koto got his name changed, quit asking... supporting member
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    According to the doctor that they interviewed as part of it, the majority of said injuries were caused because the muscles were growing far too quickly for the tendons and ligaments to catch up, causing injuries that would rarely occur to become far more frequent.

    To be honest, it's your body so feel free to **** it up if you wish. I personally would never use anything that risks severe damage to my two buddies hanging out in the pouch, or any other part of my body. Ironman from Bodybuildingforyou.com, the Anabolics moderator, even has a whole article on the side-effects steroids bring about and how he thinks you can avert them, but just reading some of them should make a person very wary about using them.

    http://www.bodybuildingforyou.com/bo...chat/Gear3.htm

    Not a bad read, though some of the things he claims aren't a big deal really are a lot more common than he thinks.

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    STEROIDS

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    It's not breaking the law when done through specific avenues.

    Also, why are you such a sissy. Go eat some more algae and shut the **** up.

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    It's not breaking the law when done through specific avenues
    I'm well-aware.

    http://www.wellnessmd.com/anabolics.html

    VIII. Medicinal Uses


    The FDA has approved some uses for anabolic steroids, which include:
    1. Weight gain for chronic nutritional deficiencies or AIDS wasting syndrome
    2. Relief of bone pain accompanying osteoporosis
    3. Corticosteroid-induced catabolism
    4. Severe anemia
    5. Hereditary angioedema
    6. Metastatic breast cancer in women
    7. Hormone deficiency states in males

    But in all seriousness, just wanted an excuse to post the new pic I made.

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