Ahem… Only pertinent answers, please.
Even if pills are “illegal” without a prescription, I don’t think a woman who’d take pills w/o prescription would face criminal charges. Also, doctors prescribe them for anything and everything, like acne, and to anyone who asks them (presuming that that someone doesn’t have some incredible CV risk or anything else that could be aggravated by extra exogenous hormones).
But doctors won’t prescribe test/D-bol etc. if you want to get bigger/stronger faster (even if you’re not an athlete).[/quote]
Its completely unclear if you are mad at the law or the doctors. Yes I am aware of the relationship between the two, but it is not the one way relationship I get the impression you believe it to be.
And how much do “the pills” raise estrogen? Um there are quite a few brands of female contraceptive. They all have different methods of contraception, covering more than just increasing estrogen.
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