HDROL SDROL LIVER FAILURE
- 03-18-2013, 08:45 PM
HDROL SDROL LIVER FAILURE
I am hoping this thread will serve as a warning to young bodybuilders not to use pro-hormones. Also, I am hoping to hear from some experienced pro-hormone users about their quality of life after having done many cycles of hormones such as hdrol and sdrol.
I personally have tried a slew of different prohormones. PPLEX, ALPHA-ONE, SDROL, HDROL, D-ZINE, EPISTANE and a few unmethylated prohormones such as androbulk, furuza-a and m-lmg. I kept my cycles short, used support supps, and never did two cycles in a short period of time. I always took a couple months off at least between cycles. Also, I tried to use the methylated prohormones in low doses for short periods of time. I experienced pretty good results with each cycle. However, I started to notice a decline in my health, and pains in my liver area during some of the harsher cycles. I never drank alcohol, but I did smoke a lot of marijuana all the time and abused pre-workout powder and adderall at times. I also used sarms-s4 a few times at doses between 50-150 mg a day.
So anyways, at some point last year I decided that I was never going to use a prohormone ever again because I was scared they were killing me. Quite some time passed and I was still getting terrible cramps and pains in what a I perceived to be my liver area. I went to my Dr. and he told me these were normal and just stemmed from the muscle. He suggested I drink salt water, or gatorade while I worked out and that seemed to alleviate the pain. I felt so relieved that there was a cure for my liver pain and decided it was definitely nothing too serious. That's when I decided to run a hdrol cycle at 100 mg stacked with 100 mg sarms a day for 5 weeks. The cramps and pains were horrible during workouts but I just kept drinking salt water and it seemed to minimize the pains. By the end of the cycle the pains and cramps were so severe I could no longer workout. I came to the horrifying realization that my liver was failing. I went in to get bloodwork and sure enough I had elevated liver enzymes, and a few other abnormalities that would indicate liver failure.
I am still very young and obviously never even fathomed having any health problems and already I am dealing with a failing liver. I am so concerned now that it consumes me, and it is very rare for me to go a few minutes not thinking about or researching about liver failure. I now take zero supplements, eat as healthy as I possibly can, have changed my workout routine to promote health, and do everything I can think of to try to reverse the damage. My liver enzymes have come down, and the doctors do not take me seriously, I saw a liver specialist and she insisted that I was going to be fine. But I still worry all day every day that I may be close to death. Seeing how little the doctors can do to diagnose and treat liver damage/failure was truly horrifying for me, as I had always trusted that if anything went awyr they would be able to help me. I cannot stress how far from the truth this is. You will be extremely lucky to receive any medical treatment, much less helpful medical treatment when it comes to liver failure.
I want my experience to serve as a warning to anyone considering using these deadly chemicals. Granted, most people are more responsible with their cycles, I still think even one cycle can do permanent damage to the liver and take years off of your life. I wallow in regret and pray to God every day that I do not die of liver failure.
- 03-18-2013, 08:51 PM
This is the old school hormones section.Christopher
- 03-20-2013, 09:52 AM
03-20-2013, 10:20 AM
1. The persistent conviction that one is or is likely to become ill, often involving symptoms when illness is neither present nor likely, and persisting despite reassurance and medical evidence to the contrary. Also called hypochondriasis.
2. Plural of hypochondrium.
03-20-2013, 10:35 AM
you should have put the PHs down and picked up a pin. thankfully your posting where this community discusses such supplementation. if you go to a gym, have the use of the internet, and can afford supps (which by your own admission you do all of these) you can find some old school hormones.
test e won't kill your liver. just sayin'. . .
AM sucks ass. find me on ASF or IMF.
03-20-2013, 11:27 AM
This is a troll, he tried starting this thread in the reg anabolics forum but didn't get a lot of love. 8 cycles in 3 years, abusing stims, yeah no **** you should be worried about your health. But that is a your problem, not the orals. Lucky for you, you are fine.
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