Anabolic SARMs are safe for use in women

  1. Anabolic SARMs are safe for use in women


    Found this quote from an article on SARMS

    "...Anabolic SARMs are safe for use in women..."

    Expanding the therapeutic use of androgens via selective androgen receptor modulators (SARMs)


  2. possibly- however- these drugs are SO NEW its kinda hard to tell

    in theory -key word here THEORY they could be yes, because- a. They are NOT recognized by the body as a hormone(they arent derivatives of Testosterone as other Anabolic steroids are)
    B. They are HIGHLY anabolic and have very small androgenic attributes (MK-2866 is purely anabolic with NO androgenic side effects) S4 has MILD androgenic side effects

    Im not certain but THEORETICALLY they would be okay- however to any females reading this i wouldnt recommend it because these drugs are very very new and not much is known about them at this point in time
    Test e/dbol/epi/winnie
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/cycle-info/164764-schwellington-has-been.html

  3. Definitely more research needs to be done in this area.
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  4. It would be nice if the price came down too

  5. Quote Originally Posted by wastedwhiteboy2 View Post
    It would be nice if the price came down too
    LOL - there are definitely other effective products out there that a female can use if she wants results. Hell, she doesn't even need to use supplements to get results (no one does)! Whatever anyone uses, they should research, period.

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  6. I have seen a SARMs s4 log by a woman.

  7. Osta is perfectly safe for women.
    I know a women who has used it..
    She lost fat fast.
    It is anabolic, with no androgenic activity so no problems should occur with a female..

    s4 at low doses could possibly be used by a female, but it is real androgenic.. not slight.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by SolidusSnake View Post
    Osta is perfectly safe for women.
    I know a women who has used it..
    She lost fat fast.
    It is anabolic, with no androgenic activity so no problems should occur with a female..

    s4 at low doses could possibly be used by a female, but it is real androgenic.. not slight.
    None of that proves it is safe for women. It's apparently safe. Not provenly safe.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by BigBlackGuy View Post
    None of that proves it is safe for women. It's apparently safe. Not provenly safe.
    ^^^Agreed. One individual's experience does not proven make, especially since everyone responds to everything differently.

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  10. Quote Originally Posted by Rosie Chee Scott View Post
    ^^^Agreed. One individual's experience does not proven make, especially since everyone responds to everything differently.

    ~Rosie~
    You do know the clinical trials on this involved both men and women, right
    Paging Dr. Banner. . .

  11. Quote Originally Posted by OnTheRoadTo View Post
    You do know the clinical trials on this involved both men and women, right
    Yes, I am aware - I was responding to an individual experience. Re clinical trials, there still needs to be more done - research on SARMs is still very much in infancy stages, in clinical trials, with nothing definite about them.

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  12. Quote Originally Posted by OnTheRoadTo View Post
    You do know the clinical trials on this involved both men and women, right
    Funny you say that! Protein is an ergogenic aid and has been proven to aid in performance. But your signature says otherwise...

    As far as SARMs go, why would a woman need to take them anyway?

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Rosie Chee Scott View Post
    Yes, I am aware - I was responding to an individual experience. Re clinical trials, there still needs to be more done - research on SARMs is still very much in infancy stages, in clinical trials, with nothing definite about them.

    ~Rosie~
    Not really. At the very least, we can conclusively say there are no virilization effects (which I'm assuming would be the concern for women!) at 3mg/day, with tangible benefits. I'd suspect that to be true at at least double that doseage. I agree with you that if there are long term effects (there aren't any structural or method-of-action reasons to think this, or anything in the animal literature) then we don't know them yet, but tbh I'd be pretty comfortable recommending this to women at doses <10mg/ED
    Paging Dr. Banner. . .

  14. Quote Originally Posted by BigBlackGuy View Post
    Funny you say that! Protein is an ergogenic aid and has been proven to aid in performance. But your signature says otherwise...
    Protein is food, not a supplement. If you wanted to nail me, you could have pointed out that ostarine is not a hormone, its a propionamide. (But it has demonstrated hormonal activity).

    Anyway, this is more a statement about any number of stick-and-berry formulations that accomplish the goal of separating marks from their money.
    Paging Dr. Banner. . .

  15. Quote Originally Posted by BigBlackGuy View Post
    None of that proves it is safe for women. It's apparently safe. Not provenly safe.
    You are wrong.

    There is apparently safe, provenly safe, and see what her first born kid looks like safe.


  16. I guess it depends on what your definition of "safe" is. I think it is extremely premature to say that a cycle of Ostarine at anabolic doses would be completely without sides for women.

  17. Quote Originally Posted by OnTheRoadTo View Post
    You do know the clinical trials on this involved both men and women, right
    Note... they were all post menopausal women. I wouldn't want to be the guy who gave some of this to his wife/girlfriend only to have it screw her period up.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by Human Rocket View Post
    Note... they were all post menopausal women. I wouldn't want to be the guy who gave some of this to his wife/girlfriend only to have it screw her period up.
    I wouldn't recommend them to a female, period, without a LOT more research done on it. There ARE other effective products out there that females can safely use - withOUT resorting to hormonal means.

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  19. Quote Originally Posted by Human Rocket View Post
    Note... they were all post menopausal women. I wouldn't want to be the guy who gave some of this to his wife/girlfriend only to have it screw her period up.
    The birth control pill has way more negative side effects than ostarine, bro
    Paging Dr. Banner. . .

  20. Quote Originally Posted by Rosie Chee Scott View Post
    I wouldn't recommend them to a female, period, without a LOT more research done on it. There ARE other effective products out there that females can safely use - withOUT resorting to hormonal means.

    ~Rosie~
    Lets see Rosie run a log!

  21. Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Lang View Post
    Lets see Rosie run a log!
    I'm not interested in running a SARM's log.

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  22. Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Lang View Post
    Lets see Rosie run a log!
    LOL. While my wife does run great logs this is something she would not run. Rosie sticks to the basics and natural stuff. However, maybe she will run a log of AndroLean in the future

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