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When anabolic steroid powders are used, a variety of side effects may occur, ranging from mild effects to harmful and even life-threatening effects. Most are reversible if the user stops taking the drug.
However, others may be permanent or semi permanent. The use of steroids in the hormone system disrupts the normal production of hormones in the body.
Reversible changes include decreased sperm production and decreased testicular function (hypogonadism), resulting in decreased testosterone levels.
Testicular atrophy (testicular atrophy). Irreversible changes include male hair loss and breast development (gynecological breast development) in men Synthetic steroids may also act on the hormonal system and increase the risk of testicular cancer, especially when steroids are used in combination with insulin-like growth factor. In women, synthetic steroids can lead to masculinity.
Specifically, breast size and body fat decrease, skin becomes rough and sound deepens. Women may experience excessive growth of body hair but loss of scalp hair.
As steroids continue to be used, some of these effects become irreversible. Hepatic steroid abuse is associated with liver injury and tumor.
Rising levels of testosterone and other sex hormones in the musculoskeletal system usually trigger puberty and puberty. The rise in testosterone levels also provides a signal to stop growth.
When a child or adolescent takes anabolic steroids, the resulting artificial high sex hormone levels may prematurely indicate that bone growth stops.
There is evidence that weightlifters using synthetic steroids have stiffer tendons, which may increase the risk of tendon injury.
Abuse of skin steroids can lead to acne, hair loss on the head, cysts, oily hair and skin. Users who inject steroids may also develop pain and abscesses at the injection site.
Anabolic steroids can also produce jaundice, or yellowing of the skin or eyes due to damage to the liver.
Steroid use is associated with hypertension; Decreased cardiac function and cardiovascular diseases, such as heart attack, arterial injury and stroke, even in athletes younger than 30 years old.
Steroids promote the development of cardiovascular disease to a certain extent by increasing the level of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) and reducing the level of high-density lipoprotein (HDL). High and low density lipoprotein and low high density lipoprotein levels increase the risk of atherosclerosis. In this case, fatty matter deposits in the artery and destroys the blood flow.
If the blood cannot reach the heart or brain, the result may be a heart attack or stroke. Steroids also increase the risk of thrombosis in blood vessels, which may disrupt the blood flow and damage the myocardium, making it unable to pump blood effectively.