Been doing a lot of research on steroids, and there is a few things i just can't seem to find answers to, and just want actual explanation rather than the typical things i keep seeing on forums ie " you dumb newbie i'm so pumped on steroids and want to bitch slap you for thinking of oral only because i'm better than you" answers.
Now, I've done enough research that tells me you need a base ( test injections ) to keep your body functions working as normal WHILE on cycle --> got it. Aside from your hpta of course.
My problem lies-in where every "oral-only" search I've done, again, dictates that it's optimal to have a base in order to keep cognitive/libido and other such functions in check with test because how a MALE body works, fair enough. HPTA is suppressed/shut down regardless of oral/inj/or both...So after a proper PCT wouldn't the outcome of returning to "normal" hypothetically be the same taking either direction? So, what is the real problem with oral only? ( i'm more curious to an educated answer and don't want to do it, without a test base ).
To clarify in case of a conflicting pattern, the only answers I've dug up is that it's hard on the liver even though most cycles have an oral steroid added ( what the fuck? suddenly it's not hard on your liver cause you're injecting? get out of here ( that's how some ""vets"" make it sound )) and to have normal function during a cycle. I also get that 10-12 weeks on some form of testosterone injection will yield better results. I just don't understand why an oral only cycle is made out to be so bad, especially if someone is not looking to gain big weight and huge gains? I need the specifics of why.
Again, i'm not interested in oral only, i'm trying to get informed. Maybe with information answered i can direct others to make a better choice. Right now if someone at the gym asks , " what is so bad about a oral-only cycle?", all i got is what i've wrote here, basically. That is NOT enough to turn someone away from doing it.
Hope this kind of makes sense.. I'd make a terrible writer.