Question: I have read about anabolic steroids to gain some weight and avoid HIV wasting. My main concern is my hair. Unfortunately I suffer from significant hair loss, and I’d like to hang on to my hair as long as possible. Is there any information in low dose AAS and hair loss?
Anabolic steroid and growth hormone use is not illegal for treating HIV related wasting syndrome, so many studies have been done in HIV that could not be possible in healthy people. These studies have shed light on the most effective ways to properly use anabolics and growth hormone while maximizing benefits and minimizing side […]
Will Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators Replace Anabolic Steroids? Oral selective androgen receptor modulators (SARMs) are investigational agents. Studied since 1998, they are still very much in the infancy of their development and marketing. SARMs may be able to provide the benefits of increased muscle mass and bone density, and fat loss that testosterone and other […]
Those of you who want to help advance the understanding of testosterone use for different conditions can join research studies that are currently enrolling. I was amazed to see how many studies are out there! However, none are looking at long term management of side effects like polycythemia with therapeutic phlebotomy, testicular atrophy with long […]
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Q: Nelson, I am a HIV long term survivor, undetectable, all numbers great. Testosterone used to be high normal, is now right in the middle. Sex drive and sensation continues to go down hill..am in my mid 40′s(male) but it really seems to early for that to happen. Am in very good shape, very good […]
Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) (not to be confused with human growth hormone, or HGH) is a glycoprotein hormone that mimics LH (luteinizing hormone), produced in pregnancy by the developing embryo soon after conception, and later by part of the placenta. Its role is to prevent the disintegration of the corpus luteum of the ovary and […]