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    Sounds like another idiot instance of taking the most horrible thing that can happen, however unlikely it is to happen, and passing it off as a reason not to do this or that. In other words if you are to actually do anything in the world besides sit a nerf cocoon, you might get hurt. I'll have to shoot an email to the authors thanking them for the enlightenment.
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    That website is totally partial against steroids or even supplements. I have never seen there anything positive...
    maybe about some supplements they are interested in give endorsement...

    Im not blind and I know steroids come with some serious negative effects but when you are systematically lied its hard to get attention anymore...
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    So a guy who had 2 bouts with Hepatitis in the past, and was currently positive for HepA, took 3 methylated orals (assuming this, would be nice if they told the whole story) for 3 months...yada yada, he pissed off his liver....yawn....

    So in summary - idiot with a bad liver abused methylated orals and his liver almost crapped out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skigazzi View Post
    So a guy who had 2 bouts with Hepatitis in the past, and was currently positive for HepA, took 3 methylated orals (assuming this, would be nice if they told the whole story) for 3 months...yada yada, he pissed off his liver....yawn....

    So in summary - idiot with a bad liver abused methylated orals and his liver almost crapped out.
    Basically. Typical bull****. And I agree, it would be nice to know what steroid he was using and for how long. The same thing likely could have happened if he were abusing Advil. In fact, from a nurse and a pharmacy tech I know, they say a hell of a lot more liver damage occurs in their experience because of misused/overdosed pain killers, not steroids.
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    "A genetic predisposition is probably involved, since only a minority of subjects exposed to possible causal agents develop immunization and hepatocholangitis."

    i like how it spends one sentence (not the one above) saying the man tested positive for hep...and then goes on as if it is insignificant.
  

  
 

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