Yes, I am more pleasant,I am more confidant,people around me notice its like a whole new me.
I am not a different person just a better feeling person,it allows the real me come through.
Then why do you think AAS gets such a bad rap? Are most people’s ‘real me’ unpleasant?
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like anything theres side effects.
it is the governments flavour of the week and the rest of the world has to follow suit.
Let me give you an example,
if your body sees an over abundance of test then it will shut down your natural production untill its back to normal levels and this causes temporary shrinkage of the balls because they are not being used, they do not go away and die they just shrink and when you come off the drug they come back,in time.
The media turned that fact into " steroids make your dick little"
A man is more assertive possibly a little bit short tempered but that depends on the people but they are more “manly”
The media took that and turned that into “roid rage, take steroids and you will flip out and hurt people”
the media likes to take simple side effects which are eaisly controled if you know what you are doing and flat out lie about them and make them into something they are not.
and EVERYONE feeds into the media one way or another this is one reason why the prez. went on his " war on steroids" even though people in sports have used steroids and other performance drugs for the better part of the 1900s
They have a great use, males going through andropause use them to feel human.
people with aids and cancer and other muscle wasting issues take them so they can eat and feel human.
They are so useful in so many ways but still have a horrible stigma about them.