so i usually consider myself as someone who's never taken ph/aas, which actually isnt true, i just dont count my 1 'cycle' because it was an uninformed, uneducated cluster f--k of a 'cycle' (i use that term loosely).
basically, when i was 18-19 (6-7 years ago) i tried some gaspari methyl-d (methyldienolone, banned around 2004) as the guy at the nutrition shop basically told me as long as im 18 im good to go, and 'it doesnt require any anti-estrogen, etc'. so i used it hesitantly, taking only 1 tab a day (i think back then they were like 1mg tabs, but were supposed to be strong enough to only need 1-3 a day) for a couple weeks, then took 2 a day for about another week or so (i dont even know if i finished the bottle). i kind of dumped the cycle because some guy at the gym heard i was taking that and was immediately like 'dude, you need to get some 3-oxo (or whatever it was called back then)' which i did, and then ran until the bottle of that ran out.
i literally saw nothing in those few weeks... no noticeable strength gains, size gains, acne, oily skin, increase/decrease in hair, sex drive, etc, which is why i usually 'omit' this cycle from my history (when i say ive never taken ph's, etc)
out of curiosity, i just looked the stuff up to see what it was (and because, due to the name, it was obviously methylated)... i remember drinking (getting drunk) while taking it from time to time as a typical high school junior/senior, and after hearing about its toxicity its got me worried about permanent damage i might have done to my liver.
needless to say, i didnt give my liver a break throughout college... and the only time i remember ever having any sort of blood test done was one time in college about 3 years ago when i was really sick. im not sure if that tested for liver values or not, but they didnt say that anything was abnormal.
basically, my question is, what kind of long term effects could this have had? i pretty much had forgotten about it because of how long ago it was, but now im worried i might have done something to my liver and never gave it time to repair. i have no symptomatic reasons to think this, just a theory, and because liver problems dont seem to show too much externally.
would the blood test they ran when trying to determine what was wrong with me when i was sick a few years ago (turned out to be an respiratory infection of some sort) have shown if my liver was out of wack? would i have noticed any external effects (jaundice, etc) by now? has it been long enough to assume im ok, or could i wake up one day all f'cked up?
sorry...im kind of a hypochondriac