Anavar - hard on the kidneys?

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    Anavar - hard on the kidneys?


    I understand it's easier on the liver than most 17-aa orals but I recall readong somewhhere it's hard on the kidneys instead? Any truth to this?

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    I've never heard of anavar being hard on the kidneys but it will affect the liver since it is a 17aa steroid. Just dont stay on it for an extended period of time, 4-6 weeks should be safe.
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    all methyls effect the liver... the thing is ....extreme amounts of protein that bodybuilders eat also is very hard on the kidneys
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    zach, i have read numerous studies that say that that is not true (kidneys thing).
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigzach1234 View Post
    all methyls effect the liver... the thing is ....extreme amounts of protein that bodybuilders eat also is very hard on the kidneys
    Completely incorrect on protein.

    The main people who have troubles with higher protein are patients with kidney problems already which in that case lowered protein is one of the treatments.

    Steroids have to be filtered in the blood so some kidney stress is going to occur but for the most part nothing to worry about unless using higher doses of more toxic orals for long periods of time.
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