I have recently been very intrigued by SARMs to the point where I bought some mk-2866 and s4 but the more I read the less I want to risk permanent vision problems potentially associated with s4. Anyone who has done research knows of the yellow tinting and night blindness associated with s4 but what I don't think a lot of people realize is that some speculate that this could cause a permanent change in your dna due to gene transcription. I haven't found any clinical studies to demonstrate this but here is where i first got the notion of this effect:
RUSSIANSTAR "EXPERIENCES WITH sARM S4 Acetamidoxolutamide
Ultimately my question is whether or not you run the risk of permanent change of eyesight if you run the s4 at a low enough dose that you never have any vision sides? I know the whole idea in general as well as any answers will be pure speculation but at the very least I'd like to generate conversation on the potential permanent risks associated with the research chemical.