AAS and pregnancy complications?

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Old 07-10-2009, 08:35 PM
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OK guys. I am going to get out there and do some research on this on my own, but wanted to see if anyone here knows of any complications that might arise from conceiving a child while on cycle. That is, ME on cycle, not her. lol I just got the news yesterday, and don't know if I have anything to be worried about. Gonna get out there and starting looking now. Thanks guys.
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Old 07-10-2009, 08:52 PM
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Congrats bro, and good luck, they get crazy quick!
You should be all good, there are many guys with gear babies.
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Congrats bro, and good luck, they get crazy quick!
You should be all good, there are many guys with gear babies.
gear babies!

congrats bro
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Old 07-10-2009, 11:01 PM
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Thanks guys. I appreciate it. Haven't found anything that shows any link between birth defects or any other complications and the father using AAS. She's going to tell the Doc just to be safe though.

Gear Baby..... That's gonna stick!! LOL
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Old 07-10-2009, 11:11 PM
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Congrats

Hey i was just wondering if you are taking test as even a small dosage like 200mg/week is supposed to be a male contraceptive
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Old 07-10-2009, 11:24 PM
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Congrats

Hey i was just wondering if you are taking test as even a small dosage like 200mg/week is supposed to be a male contraceptive
That's what I thought. I'm on 500mg test cyp/wk, and at the "Magic Moment", I was around 3 weeks in, with40mg dbol/ED. I guess my guys are putting out little olympic swimmers. Atleast I think they were my little swimmers.... LOL just kidding.
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Old 07-12-2009, 01:48 AM
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No sides from you the father useing it. If she was on it it could do strange things!!!!! It is supriseing that you got her prego on gear.......Sure it yours??????LOL I am just kidding.....I knowmy first cycle I did not get much reduction on the sperm output but 3 years latter once the boys start to shrink on cycle I go from pumping out porn star levels of sperm and semen to just a trickle!LOL That does not mean though that their are no sperm in my semen as Ihave not had it tested for sperm count I just know that I could not fill up a tea spoon now with semen where as off cycle I could easily fill up a few shot glass's!

I would not have her tell her doctor you are on steroids that is just asking for trouble! I gurantee my legitmate gear that I get from the pharmacy for HRT has a sheet inside with allthe important stuff they have to tell you and birth defects are not in their if it is the man takeing the test!!!!! In fact you could easily look up Test Cyp. online at Drugs RX and read all the side effects for yourself. Since almost all AAS that are injected are some form of Test that has been modified by man to alter it's effects slightly the sides are almost the same for all injected AAS's except for those based on proglonoone etc.........SO as my three boys would say Chil-lax!!! I have an uncle that used low dosage Test inthe 1970's and 1980's while he was a proffessioan l Kick Boxer and latter as a powerlifter and all his kids are fine. They where gear babbies in fact my femal cousin is so hate that if she would have me I would be their in no time......I have seldom seen a more beautiful woman then here and she is smart and an athlete and cheer leader she has scouts recruiting already and she is not out of H.S. yet! Did I mention she is smart and sexy!!!
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Old 07-12-2009, 01:54 AM
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there are no scientic studies that link any aas studies to birth defects....so your good to go
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Old 07-12-2009, 06:18 AM
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there are no scientic studies that link any aas studies to birth defects....so your good to go
Thanks Karch. Just wondering what your opinion is as to whether or not she should tell the Doc. Would there really be any point? And BTW, glad to see you back.
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Old 07-12-2009, 11:42 AM
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That's what I thought. I'm on 500mg test cyp/wk, and at the "Magic Moment", I was around 3 weeks in, with40mg dbol/ED. I guess my guys are putting out little olympic swimmers. Atleast I think they were my little swimmers.... LOL just kidding.
Everyone reacts at a different speed. Your LH will shutdown first and then the baby maker FSH. With a little HCG and maybe a little HMG, people on TRT(not AAS levels) for years have conceived.
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