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Like this: ?
xD, made me laugh...
Acording to the photo I don't see any kind of wierd androgenic features xD
... are u guys really making fun of my mom right now... seriously?
It's belly button is pierced
"Other side effects include carpal tunnel syndrome, enlarged organs and a thickening of the bones. People may also notice gynocomastia and water retention."
I'm by no means an expert, so don't take this as fact. Maybe someone else who's more knowledgeable on the matter will give ya a better answer.
Facial structure will not change due to AAS usage. Now, when you gain and lose BF and water weight while on AAS or whenever for that matter, your face can either become more puffy/round "moon faced"; which is a higher BF percentage and higher water retainment, and when you drop BF and water weight, your face looks more angular as the jawline is now more defined... That answer the question?
I think it's GH. I was once tested for overproduction of GH due to a combination of high blood pressure and the fact the guy could see I have a strong jawline
And yes, HGH has been know to increase bone density/thickness...
I about the bone structure part I guess, as said before, it is GH that has the higher impact, unless you use it at a young age (an age when you shouldn't even be dealing with this kind of stuff). But AAS do have an impact on your look, as said before, and it doesn't need to be the AAS to do such. For me, ATD (an aromatase inhibitor) used only to boost my test levels, although it haven't made me a "moon face" it sure made my facial hairs to grow much faster and my voice was deepened during its usage. So when testosterone goes above the normal rage it sure has its facial and vocals effect.
But in women high AAS are much easier to make greater diferences than in men since their body doesn't produce such high amounts of AAS (like testosterone). If we look at the diference betwen the higher range of normal levels of test in a women's body and to the levels of test they make their body pass through and the make the same comparison in man, women need to take proportionaly much higher doses of testosterone to achive a certain level of anabolic activity.
for sure its will change,we all have muscle in face and it problably get hypertrophy as any other muscle.Some studies show that even bone structure can changes,of course not as the same effect as GH but its changes.
I have a pic somewhere of my last cycle. I bulked pretty good at the beginning and then took winny at the end. You can notice that my jaw line is very defined, as well as the muscles in my cheeks are bigger, giving me a bit of a different and meaner look. As soon as i gain about 2-3BF% it goes away though.