@T3hPwnisher trained pretty damn hard last year within a few days of a major reconstructive knee surgery, and was back to pulling 500+ pounds within weeks of getting the all-clear to lift. You might check out his log. It cannot give you specific advice on how to work around bad wrists, but it illustrates how one can take a creative approach to working hard even with severe injuries.
This is part of your problem, though.
If you can't train effectively, how do you think steroids are going to help you?
You need to figure out some solution to training before you consider steroids.
This is 100% spot-on, even though it isn't what you want to hear. Sorry. Life is hard. Taking steroids will not be much help if you aren't willing to correct your diet and training. Speaking of which...