It’s all common sense now, certainly I was not going to put myself and my body through the risks of anabolics. I can tell you though, shifting my mind from anabolic steroids simply was not an option for me. However, dealing with it’s side effects is what really held me back from getting any place near this stuff. With my friends’ help in telling about legal steroids, I no longer need to even touch a drop of anabolic steroids. First, I was certainly not going to put my health at risk. Second, I did not want to spend a few years in jail if I ever get busted with this stuff.
I had decided to run a cycle. I had took dbol for 3 weeks without test. Big mistake it was my beginner cycle 20 days after taking dbol 50 mg a day. I took test Cyp and ran it with dbol for 1 more week. Then I was running testosterone alone for 9 weeks. My biggest mistake was not to pct. I’ve always had acne its prone to my family but wasn’t that bad my oldest brother had to run accutane and he was never on gear. So I had got off cycle thought I was gonna be fine and 1 month after cycle I started breaking out a lot on my face. 2nd month it got worst and I also had started accutane 2 months after my last shot. My acne was out of control I got much worst the 1 month of accutane and ending of 2. My chest had got craters of acne and my back as well. My face is clearing up a lot but my back and chest is super bad. It’s a night mare and painful when I take showers. I cry from the pain and is it the after effects of the dbol or test or was it me not taking PCT and due to hormonal imbalance. If I were to pct something like clomid and hcg would I have been better? It’s almost 4-5 months I’ve been off gear and it’s getting worst by the day and I’m running accutane. Tane is only clearing my face but my body not so much.
Remember that the consumption of oily or fatty foods does not cause acne, nor will it make it worse. No studies – scientific or otherwise – have ever linked the two. Many bodybuilders also believe that tanning beds keep acne under control by “drying” the skin, but this is not the case. A tanning bed actually saps moisture from your skin and leaves the oils behind, and over time, tanning can cause skin cancer. Finally, using antibacterial soap to wash your skin can cause certain strains of bacteria to become resistant to the anti-bacterial agent, which can have a significant impact on your health.