Maybe you've had this scenario described to you by a customer: About an hour after dinner she begins to notice an uncomfortable sensation in her abdomen. She says the pain is cramplike, builds in intensity and shoots back toward her right shoulder blade. Nausea follows. She takes an antacid but wonders whether she has symptoms of appendicitis, food poisoning or an ulcer. A visit to her doctor reveals that she is actually suffering from complications of cholelithiasis, also known as gallstones.
Some minor side effects include acne, oily skin, and a not so minor one in baldness. But the side effects don’t stop here. As I’ve said, anabolic steroids raise testosterone levels via synthetic androgens. This confuses your body and as a result, it decreases and even stops your body’s own secretion of testosterone. Thus, during “off” cycles, testosterone becomes so low that the users have a hard time holding on to their gains resulting in a rapid loss of strength and muscle. Although anabolic steroids don’t cause the same “high” as other illegal drugs, this concept makes it prone to abuse and addiction.
In some countries, such as Mexico, there are very few laws or restrictions in place when it comes to where to buy steroids. It’s possible to get them in pharmacies without a prescription, and some even obtain them from veterinarians. Keep in mind that while this practice is considered legal in these countries, there are very strict laws that prevent you from carrying steroids across international borders. These penalties often include jailtime and large fines, and they can have lifelong impacts. If you choose to purchase anabolic steroids for sale in other countries, do so safely.