Then there are all the side effects associated with raised testosterone. These include acne, aggression, insomnia, sweating, hair loss and even gynecomastia. More serious still, is that using steroids can actually permanently damage the body’s natural testosterone production. Essentially, the increase in free testosterone in the blood causes the testes to stop producing more testosterone. For this reason, ex-steroids are among the groups most likely to need hormone replacement therapy. You can use PCT (post cycle therapy) to try and reduce this effect – but you are still risking potentially permanent impotence and shrunken testicles.
Thank you NN for the reply. As an Australian, it saddens me that some of my compatriots make such arse-holes of themselves that we have apparently constructed for ourselves a reputation as arse-holes generally speaking. If only I could apologise and repair that bad reputation, but alas that cannot ever be done. To any other Aussies who may encounter this … Please, please be mindful of how others perceive your behaviour when you are out and about. I have heard enough Aussies in Australia complaining about the behaviour of some tourists when they visit our country, one would thnk we would have the sense to at least be respectful when we travel overseas. To all those who may have been offended by a scum bag arse-hole ugly Aussie making a fool of himself/herself overseas, I apologise for their stupidity.
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