Do inj. Orals still cause liver and appetite issues?

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  • Yes. There is some debate that injecting an oral by-passes the first pass of the liver which would reduce stress; true or not they are still very liver toxic. I have done injectable orals and still have had all the same side effects. Lathargy, appetite, etc. To me it’s just not worth it to pin extra for the “possibility” of less toxicity. May as well as just take the pill.

  • [quote=“typicalmale” pid=‘64241’ dateline=‘1565279018’]
    Yes. There is some debate that injecting an oral by-passes the first pass of the liver which would reduce stress; true or not they are still very liver toxic. I have done injectable orals and still have had all the same side effects. Lathargy, appetite, etc. To me it’s just not worth it to pin extra for the “possibility” of less toxicity. May as well as just take the pill.
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    To me the benefit (and why I use injectible orals) is the ability to adjust dosage precisely. This may not be applicable to everyone’s preferences / needs, though.

  • within the next month i will be getting bloods after running injectable mtren at 1 mg - day and i’ll post them here to see whats up. Currently just cruising on test and liver values are pretty good as always.
    Alt and ast are both around 20.

    This will only really conclude how my body reacts, however I still think individual response to orals ; injectable or not, can vary greatly.

    I ran anadrol for 70 days at 100 mgs and felt great, as well as superdrol for 40 days right after that at 20 mgs(not injectable for either).
    Only side effects i really experienced were headaches with anadrol, but my blood pressure was fine. The headaches went away after stopping anadrol and didnt return.

    One thing i should note is my liver values were fine on anadrol, but on superdrol they were wildly elevated. Somehow i still felt amazing the whole run through. I was getting stronger every time i walked in the gym, appetite was amazing as always, No lethargy whatsoever, urine looked normal. I think a question like this has to be answered very individually.

    As in “For me”

    as opposed to

    “They should/shouldn’t”

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