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Tuesday 07, May 2013

  Two-Year Suspensions For Cyclist And Track & Field Athlete

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Two-Year Suspensions For Cyclist And Track & Field Athlete

Yosmani Pol Rodriguez of Weston, an athlete in the sport of cycling, has tested positive for a prohibited substance, according to an announcement by the United States Anti-Doping Agency.

The 32-year-old has accepted a two-year sanction for his doping offense after testing positive for Dexamethasone as the result of an in-competition urine sample collected on March 10, 2012 at the Delray Beach Twilight Criterium. Dexamethasone is classified as a glucocorticosteroid on the World Anti-Doping Prohibited List and is prohibited under the USADA Protocol for Olympic and Paralympic Movement Testing and the International Cycling Union (“UCI”) anti-doping rules, both of which have adopted the World Anti-Doping Code (“Code”) and the World Anti-Doping Agency Prohibited List. The cyclist accepted a two-year period of ineligibility, which began on September 2, 2012, the date of his last competition. Rodriguez has also been disqualified from all competitive results achieved on and subsequent to March 10, 2012, including the forfeiture of any medals, points and prizes.

A potent synthetic member of the glucocorticoid class of steroid drugs, Dexamethasone can suppress the natural pituitary-adrenal axis and acts as an anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressant and is medically prescribed to treat inflammatory conditions such as allergies, skin conditions, ulcerative colitis, arthritis, and breathing disorders. When taken orally, Dexamethasone is 26.6 times more potent than the naturally occurring hormone cortisol and 6.6 times more potent than prednisone. The CYP2D6 enzyme inducer is commonly used by sportsmen to develop fat easily and may increase the effects of many prodrugs and protoxins which are metabolized via CYP2D6 (like tramadol or codeine) by directly increasing the amount of the active metabolite produced.

In another development, Shawn Crawford of Culver City, an athlete in the sport of track & field, has received a suspension of two years for committing an anti-doping rule violation in which he failed to file his whereabouts information. The 35-year-old Crawford was a member of the USADA National Testing Pool from 2001 through the beginning of 2013, which consists of a select group of athletes subject to certain whereabouts requirements in order to be located for USADA Out-of-Competition testing.

The track and field athlete failed to comply with the whereabouts requirements and, as a result, accrued three Whereabouts Failures within an 18-month period. Under the USADA Protocol for Olympic and Paralympic Movement Testing and the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Anti-Doping Rules, both of which have adopted the World Anti-Doping Code (“Code”), the combination of three Whereabouts Failures within an 18-month period constitutes a rule violation. A Whereabouts Failure for National Testing Pool athletes includes failure to provide required quarterly whereabouts filings and/or failure to be available for testing due to inaccurate or incomplete information provided by the athlete. The two-year period of ineligibility for Crawford, began on April 17, 2013, the date he received the sanction. As a result of the violation, Crawford has been disqualified from all competitive results achieved on and subsequent to November 17, 2012 the date of his third Whereabouts Failure, including forfeiture of any medals, points, and prizes.

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Sunday 15, Jul 2012

  Why Buy Proviron?

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Proviron has more androgenic action rather than anabolic results and is regularly used by athletes on steroid drugs to recover early from testosterone suppression that happens after extended use of exogenous anabolic androgenic steroids.

Also known as Mesterolone, Proviron is also used by athletes on severe or aromatizable anabolic steroids to get rid of estrogenic adverse reactions like greasy epidermis, acne, and liquid storage. Some athletes are of the view that use of Proviron is good enough for stimulating the promotion of promote bulging and ripping of muscles and the point that it is quickly and reasonably available online, with or without a healthcare prescription, indicates that sportsmen (both amateur and professional) have more than just a reason to believe in Proviron.

Moreover, Proviron has the exclusive capability to make other steroid drugs more efficient by avoiding their transformation into estrogens. If that was not all, it also increases the amount of distributing free androgenic hormone or testosterone in the body. Proviron is not addictive in characteristics and is suggested for use by men only. This medication is not suggested to females, unless otherwise particularly suggested by a qualified doctor. It is well accepted by the liver and does not damage spermatogenesis. Moreover, Proviron is highly effective for treating deficiency of androgen formation that tends to fall gradually with increasing age.

Proviron has an active life of 12-24 days and can be detected in the urine for at least 2 weeks after the last dosage. The suggested dosage of Proviron is 25-100 mg per day, which can be taken with or without foods. Doses of Proviron should not be modified without before healthcare health guidance as it can cause adverse reactions like greasy epidermis, pimples, exhaustion, decreased sexual interest, and painful erections. Use of this drug is not suggested to people experiencing prostate or breast cancers, those who have current sensitivity to the medication of any of its substances, and expecting or nursing females. It is vital for you to observe that Proviron may intervene with the absorption of medicines such as Anticoagulants, Antidiabetics, Cyclosporin, and Thyroxine. In case you encounter any problem with your system after using Proviron, the use should be concluded without any delay and healthcare guidance must be desired on an immediate basis.

Saturday 14, Jul 2012

  Benefits of HCG

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HCG or human chorionic gonadotropin is a natural peptide hormonal agent that is today available in the form of supplements to individuals experiencing the lack of it. Use of these HCG supplements is associated with extraordinary muscle mass and size gains without limiting on the muscle definition.

HCG is consistently recommended to generate ovulation and cure ovarian conditions in women besides being suggested to hypogonadal men as part of the testosterone replacement therapy. It is also suggested by doctors for treating undescended testicles in young men and providing a signal to the testes for maintaining testicular size and condition. The use of HCG stimulates metabolic rate of the body besides showing usefulness for burning fatty substances into calories. This benefit is incredibly useful for melting bulges.

HCG use is also associated with muscle growth and stamina, red blood cell, performance, nitrogen retention, protein synthesis, and muscle function improvements. Human chorionic gonadotropin is also effective in stimulating the hypothalamus gland to control cravings for junks and deeply fried foods.

HCG is commonly used with anabolic-androgenic steroid drugs for enhancing weight training results and keeping improvements over a period. Since HCG stimulates the testes to produce more of androgenic hormonal agent or testosterone, this medication is popular among athletes on severe and aromatizable steroid drugs who have been experiencing deficiency of testosterone. In addition to all these benefits, HCG is also useful in normalizing cholesterol and the hypothyroid glands. It is considered that HCG use shows incredibly beneficial for individuals experiencing serious health problems such as arthritis, joint problems, cartilage damage, or cervical problems. HCG is the best medication for increasing sperm count, making men more fertile, and helping them experience dramatic transformations by losing fat and weight besides facilitating faster recovery for muscle soreness after workouts.

Sunday 08, Jul 2012

  How To Best Use Clenbuterol-Tips To Avoid Side Effects

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When it comes to losing body fat and bodyweight without coming anywhere close to adverse reactions of steroid drugs, Clenbuterol (Clen) is a popular name for professional athletes and fitness conscious people. This is not just because this weight-loss medication can easily and reasonably be purchased online, with or without a prescription, but also because use of this medication is not associated with adverse reactions that are common with use of performance improving drugs, especially aromatizable steroid drugs.

However, misuse of Clenbuterol just like any other substance misuse can cause adverse reactions. When Clen is wrongly used or misused or used for a beyond-normal time range, its use may cause adverse reactions, such as gastrointestinal irritation, myocardial infarction, skin rash, urticaria, diaphoresis, dry mouth, nausea, tightness in the chest, vomiting, dizziness, depleted phosphate levels, difficulty in breathing, insomnia, muscular shivering, cardiac hypertrophy, potassium depletion, palpitation, loss of concentration, frequent mood swings, drowsiness, taurine depletion, hypophosphatemia, hypokalemia, stroke, vertigo, headaches, anxiety, and tachycardia. Moreover, Clenbuterol abuse over an extended duration has been found to be associated with adverse reactions such as increased blood pressure, tremors, muscle cramps, excessive sweating, heartburn, face flushes, and restlessness.

Individuals using medications, Accutane, oral 17-alpha-alkylated steroid drugs, or hepatotoxic (toxic to liver) elements should avoid using Clen as such a mixture may cause liver toxicity. Pregnant and breast feeding women and children and those suffering from health issues such as from health conditions such as glaucoma, ischemic heart disease, hyperthyroidism, tachycardia, tachyarrhythmia, heart or thyroid diseases, diabetes mellitus, urinary retention, high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, myocardial infarction (acute period), congestive heart failure, prostatic hypertrophy, hyperthyroidism, and hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy should not use Clenbuterol.

 

 

 

Saturday 07, Jul 2012

  Why You Should Avoid Abusing Anabolic Steroids?

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In today’s cutthroat world, second chances are rare due to intense competition and able contenders more than ready to take your place, at the workplace or the sport field. This is one of the biggest reasons why more and more people, and not just sportsmen, are using anabolic steroids these days. However, some of them often fail to differentiate between the right use of steroids and steroid abuse and this is exactly where health complications come into the picture.

Anabolic steroid abuse is related to interference with efficient collagen deposition in tendons that may cause weakening of the tendon structure. Few studies in the past have indicated that steroid users are more likely to face tendon injuries as their muscle tissue become so strong that they tend to surpass ability of the muscle to transmit force. Moreover, the use of steroid drugs (even if for the first time) may enhance infrequent or dysplastic development of bovine collagen materials that may cause stiff tendons with significantly reduced elastic qualities. The use of steroid drugs is also relevant to a rise in prothrombin time, which is time taken by our body to produce blood clots. This means that a steroid user’s body may take slighter longer than others (non-users) for a small cut to stop blood loss that can lead to a more serious trouble. Moreover, these changes may get aggravated with the use of medicines such as Tylenol, Pain killers, and especially anticoagulants.

In short, anabolic steroids should always be used sensibly and for medical purposes only such as the treatment of severe burns, prostate cancer, breast cancer, knee or shoulder injury (joint repair), anemia, thrombosis, osteoporosis, endometriosis and hereditary angioedaema, asthma, and muscle-wasting disorders. They may also be used for help individuals gain weight for chronic nutritional deficiencies or AIDS wasting syndrome, improve protein synthesis, and nitrogen balance.

Friday 06, Jul 2012

  Why Steroids Are Abused-All About Anabolic Steroid Misuse

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One of the biggest reasons why anabolic steroids are used by athletes and others is because of the desire to be invincible. While athletes use these performance enhancing medications to run faster, grow bigger, and hit harder, others use steroid drugs to obtain or shed weight and develop solid muscles and lean overall look.

It is worthwhile to note here that there is a very little difference of difference between steroid use and steroid abuse. While steroid use is legal and all about use of medication to treat wellness issues under the expert assistance of a qualified doctor, the misuse of steroid drugs is unlawful and done to obtain unjust advantage or alter physical aspect in the desire to be better, and this may be with or without healthcare assistance. However, most steroid users are not aware that indiscriminate use of steroid drugs or steroid abuse could lead them to nowhere and such unlawful functions may bring them closer to illnesses and wellness problems besides legal complications.

The misuse of anabolic steroids can cause wellness problems and these may range from mild to severe and from reversible to irreversible. Some of the possible side effects of anabolic steroids could be testicular atrophy, gynecomastia, acne, greasy skin, kidney damage, decreased ejaculation fertility, hypertension, cardiac arrest, stroke, abnormal functioning of the liver, and prostate enlargement. In addition to these side effects of steroid abuse, people abusing steroid drugs may experience deepened voice, menstrual cycle changes, depression, hallucination, dizziness, stunted growth, male pattern baldness, reduced sex drive, testicle shrinking, clitoris enlargement, growth of facial hair, and increased aggression. Anabolic steroid abuse may even result in wellness problems, including hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism or rapid discount rates in terms of serum concentrations of LH (luteinizing hormone), FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone), and testosterone levels. Not only this, steroid abuse has also been related to early skeletal growth and liver organ damage.

In short, anabolic steroids are extremely potent drugs that may lead to side effects and therefore they should be used legally and as directed.

Thursday 05, Jul 2012

  Negative Effects Of Anabolic Steroid Use

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The abuse of steroid drugs by females may cause to virilization (development of male sexual characteristics) and this may include changes in skin texture, acne, menstrual irregularities, increased libido, hair loss, deepening of the voice, body/facial/pubic hair growth, and an enlargement of the clitoris.  The misuse of steroid drugs by expectant mothers may lead to pseudohermaphroditism or development retardation of the female child besides causing baby death in some cases. Steroids, when misused via shared needles, may even cause life-endangering problems such as HIV/AIDS.

Long-term steroid abuse may cause addiction, neurological problems, and development of anti-social behavior, pathological anxiety, sleeping disorders, and paranoia. Abuse of steroid drugs may even cause a rise in the amount of water and sodium saved in cells of our bodies that may further convert into health issues such as hypertension and kidney stress or damage. The use of steroid drugs in the long term may even block the binding of cortisol, a chemical hormone produced by our bodies to manage stress, to its receptor sites that is useful for preventing breakdown of muscle tissue and enhancing the procedure of restoration after accidents. Moreover, steroid ointment drugs can improve the stages of LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol) and decrease the levels of HDL cholesterol (good cholesterol) that translates into increased risk for atherosclerosis (process of blocking the blood flow to heart).

The misuse of steroid drugs can lead to adverse reactions and these adverse reactions may be permanent in characteristics and damage your wellness and popularity and social position to a significant level. It is recommended that you act sensibly and take proper care and choices for your wellness and well being by using them legally and as directed only.

Tuesday 20, Sep 2011

  Steroid drugs could pose vision complications

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A University of Michigan eye doctor and the consumer Public Citizen organization recently said in a federal petition for stronger warning labels on steroid drugs such as prednisone that are taken by 25.5 million Americans for arthritis, cancer, transplants and other conditions.

It was remarked that these drugs need to come with stronger consumer warnings about rare but possibly irreversible vision impairment.

Dr. Michael Carome, deputy director of Public Citizen’s Health Research Group, said only two manufacturers of more than a dozen have listed the complication on drug labels as a potential side effect.

Monday 25, Apr 2011

  Children Who Take Steroid Drugs For Nephrotic Syndrome Are Protected From Bone Loss

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Children Who Take Steroid Drugs For Nephrotic Syndrome Are Protected From Bone Loss According to a new study, children who use steroid drugs for nephrotic syndrome do not suffer from osteoporosis, which is a common side effect of steroid treatment methods in adults.

Childhood nephrotic syndrome, which is thought to affect 3 out of 100,000 children, is one of the most common chronic kidney diseases in children. Although it does not impair kidney function, it weakens ability of the body to remove salt and water in the blood causes swelling of the legs and stomach and around the eyes.

Dr. Leonard said that the findings of this report may be used to assure parents and doctors about steroid treatments too help children with nephrotic syndrome that steroids do not increase their risk of osteoporosis.

Thursday 04, Nov 2010

  Bone loss not for children administered with steroid drugs

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Bone loss not for children administered with steroid drugsBone loss, which is a common side effect of steroid treatment in adults, is not seen in young patients administered with steroid drugs to treat a kidney condition called nephrotic syndrome.

Nephrotic syndrome gets resolved in an easy manner when treated unlike other diseases treated with steroids such as inflammatory bowel disease or juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, as per Pediatric nephrologist Mary B. Leonard, M.D., of The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and lead author of the study.

The mixed effects of steroids, drugs commonly prescribed that leads to obesity, and used to protect children against bone loss were highlighted by the study.

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