Just that fact that you state you are ‘100% certain’ that the superdrol is causing these problems makes me think you need to do a little reading up. There is no way you could know that. Its like these footballs players and dumb kids coming out, without any knowledge and blaming steroids for all their problems.
your test is 404, that is not terribly low, certainty fine to deal with. I think most of your problem is mental. [/quote]
"I have received, literally, hundreds of emails over the past couple of years, resulting from this dangerous prohormone/prosteroid(call it what you will) “superdrol”.
The people who market this drug, along with the retailers who sell it, should, first, have their testicles cut off without anesthesia, then they all should be sent to jail, for producing, promoting, and retailing a dangerous product.
The list of health damage from superdrol runs from gyno, to damaged HTPA’s, to liver damage.
These people involved with superdrol are the scum of the earth, and if *****is one of these people, then YOU are scum of the earth, as well.
Superdrol is a garbage drug. It is beyond my belief that a hepatoxic, HTPA-inhibitory drug should be allowed to be sold OTC, particularly to teenagers. For the life of me, I can’t understand why the FDA and the DEA hasn’t gone after the lowlife parasites involved with superdrol, and jailed them all.
If I seem harsh, it is because I have witnessed real tragedy and permanent harm done to innocent people’s lives, due to these dangerous OTC steroid products.
****, your friend, sadly, was very poorly informed about how to deal with the use of a steroid drug, in particular, post cycle HTPA recovery. IMO, he has done some damage to his HTPA. But what befell him is utterly commonplace amongst superdrol(and other OTC steroids) users. The majority of them have no clue about what they are actually doing to their systems, nor do they have the proper tools and information for post cycle recovery of their HTPA’s. Even when your friend did get onto Clomid, it was not only late in the game, but he was on it for too brief a time.
What I have seen a thousand times in my work(and why I am so very committed to advocating short cycles) is that the shorter the time you are HTPA inhibited, and the faster and stronger your post cycle HTPA recovery program is, the more likely you are to successfully and fully restore your HTPA. Conversely, delaying the recovery, or engaging in a weak or too-brief recovery program, results in a vastly increased liklihood of a damaged or weakened HTPA. "