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Our tests include Sports Hormone checks, testosterone, iron status, cholesterol and more. Essentials Only Full Version. The liver doesn't need protecting from 30mg dianabol, it is capable of protecting itself, and that is not a high dose.
I've also yet to see any convincing evidence any of those things listed do much but protect the wallets of the supplement companies hawking 'cycle support' products. Feel free to spend your cash how you wish, but I would thoroughly investigate any claims behind each ingredient beforehand. Do you agree to both bits bigfella? Liver support isn't needed on 30mg dbol? Calza Do you agree to both bits bigfella? Clin J Sport Med. There have been numerous reports of hepatic dysfunction secondary to anabolic steroid use based on elevated levels of serum aminotransferases.
This study was conducted to distinguish between serum aminotransaminase elevations secondary to intense resistance training and anabolic steroid-induced hepatotoxicity in elite bodybuilders. This was a case-control study of serum chemistry profiles from bodybuilders using and not using anabolic steroids with comparisons to a cohort of medical students and patients with hepatitis. In contrast, patients with hepatitis had elevations of all three enzymes: Creatine kinase CK was elevated in all exercising groups.
Patients with hepatitis were the only group in which a correlation was found between aminotransferases and GGT. Prior reports of anabolic steroid-induced hepatotoxicity based on elevated aminotransferase levels may have been overstated, because no exercising subjects, including steroid users, demonstrated hepatic dysfunction based on GGT levels.
Such reports may have misled the medical community to emphasize steroid-induced hepatotoxicity when interpreting elevated aminotransferase levels and disregard muscle damage. For these reasons, when evaluating hepatic function in cases of anabolic steroid therapy or abuse, CK and GGT levels should be considered in addition to ALT and AST levels as essential elements of the assessment. J Am Osteopath Assoc. Evaluation of aminotransferase elevations in a bodybuilder using anabolic steroids: Abstract The use of anabolic steroids among competitive athletes, particularly bodybuilders, is widespread.
Numerous reports have noted "hepatic" dysfunction secondary to anabolic steroid use based on elevated serum aminotransferase levels.
The authors' objective was to assess whether primary care physicians accurately distinguish between anabolic steroid-induced hepatotoxicity and serum aminotransferase elevations that are secondary to acute rhabdomyolysis resulting from intense resistance training. Surveys were sent to physicians listed as practicing family medicine or sports medicine in the yellow pages of seven metropolitan areas.
Physicians were asked to provide a differential diagnosis for a year-old, anabolic steroid-using male bodybuilder with an abnormal serum chemistry profile. Sixty-three percent indicated liver disease as their primary diagnosis despite normal GGT levels.
Prior reports of anabolic steroid-induced hepatotoxicity that were based on aminotransferase elevations may have overstated the role of anabolic steroids. Correspondingly, the medical community may have been led to emphasize anabolic steroid-induced hepatotoxicity and disregard muscle damage when interpreting elevated aminotransferase levels.
Therefore, when evaluating enzyme elevations in patients who use anabolic steroids, physicians should consider the CK and GGT levels as essential elements in distinguishing muscle damage from liver damage. They use scare tactics to sell it. They are lapped up in droves in the ProHormones forum: If some of these supplements i. I'd always considered Liv52 an essential previously. Now I think I will re-asses.. Liver damage when on orals is over hyped.
Cheers guys for the replies!!! I actually found cycle assist made me feel worse, it's a lot of extra tablets that didn't sit well on my stomach. Create an account or sign in to comment. My question is regarding on cycle support. I have taken the below supplement before however I took it while I was on pro hormones. I would like to know if you guys think this supplement will be enough to protect liver ect. AI Sports - Life Support: Paracelsus Pro-Member Total Posts: Bigfella Pro-Member Total Posts: Calza Pro-Member Total Posts: PartyBoy Moderator Total Posts: The Lakes, UK Status: Foreman Pro-Member Total Posts: Drink lots of it