Published on April 4th, 2019 | by Sumit Bhowal


The Most Toxic Steroids: Gaining Mass At What Cost?

Often, people go gaga over professional bodybuilder’s bodies and want that at any cost without considering health. According to researches many examples can reward incomparable devotion in trying the most toxic anabolic steroids, exceeding common sense manifolds. Regretfully, doctors and researches reports are only beginning of undisclosed harm done to kidneys, heart, and liver.

However, it is said that you can safely use anabolic-androgenic steroids.

Truly said, if you have adequate information about mechanisms of its effects on internal organs and its pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic properties. Prolong use and excess dose even in the expert’s hands can prove to be toxic. The worst-case scenario is resistance to side effects is determined genetically. Of course, daily alcohol consumption, use of NSAIDs (such as acetaminophen), heart, liver, and kidney disorders (latent).

Regardless of all the advice, you want to go ahead with drugging with anabolic-androgenic steroids or prohormones, ensure a systematic rudimentary blood test, kidneys, heart, and liver examination beforehand and afterward the cycle.

The worst toxins contain:

  • All prohormones: They show more nefro- and hepatoxicity than anabolic-androgenic steroids,
  • Oral AAS – Any type of methylated steroids, especially from the 17-alpha group,
  • Toxic injectable AAS for e.g.: Trenbolone

First group:

Prohormones are basically well-wrapped, crippling, hard doping. It is harmful to your liver and heart. If you fear vaccination, change the sport. Till you build lean muscle, you can expect a few complications, as well as cardiovascular disease. Oral drugs of prohormones group are of certain toxicity. The latest finding reported increased deaths gathered by superdrol, and new cases are still found.

For example:

  • A 21-year-old “ultra Mass Stack”, vomiting for 6 weeks, cholestatic hepatitis, jaundice, hepatomegaly, and itching [1],
  • 3B-hydroxy **-5a-androst-1-en-20-one (1-Androsterone) – kidneys, liver, and heart damages only after 4 weeks of use [2]
  • Muscle Fortress Methyl V Test- a 36 years old man, (dosage surpassed 18 times) liver damage and jaundice [1],

You can find a number of cases on the internet, if this interests you.

Second group: Steroids, regrettably highly prevalent among young men, such as:

Also, toxic, and hardly seen (in order from the most toxic):

  1. Methyltrienolone (R1881/Metribolone; Derivative of Trenbolone)
  2. Mibolerone,
  3. Fluoxymesterone (Halotestin)
  4. Methyltestosterone (Methylated Testosterone)
  5. Oral Turinabol (Dehydrochloromethyltestosterone)

Third group: Toxic injectable AAS like trenbolone, an injectable variety of Winstrol and methanabol (depot).

What is wrong with this? Some individuals might put up with years of “bombing” their body part with these elements. While some can immediately develop severe health issues only after a few months’ usages.

A most severe case was of a 40-year-old bodybuilder [5] who ended up on intensive care in a hospital, Hepatology unit, due to severe, acute liver failure. He was using steroids for 10 years, in 6-10-week cycles, combined with 2-3 weeks without steroids.

He mostly used oral AAS:

  • Methandrostenolone (Metanabol)
  • Oxymetholone (Anapolon)
  • Stanozolol (Winstrol)

and injectable AAS:

  • Trenbolone Enanthate,
  • Nandrolone Decanoate,
  • Testosterone Enanthate,

He was on high doses of different types of SAA, together with the most toxic injection – such as trenbolone: 500-700 mg per week. He had not mistreated alcohol or acetaminophen. Neither there was any family history of liver disease or heart disease. Besides, he was in in a good shape up until one month prior to the hospital visit. He experienced weakness, severe fatigue, lower tolerance to exertion and sickness. Even he ceased his training consuming anabolic-androgenic steroids but was of no help. He experienced unwillingness to eat, pain in the right-upper side of the abdomen, vomiting, and jaundice (4 days before admitting to ICU). He observed no breath shortness (paroxysmal or night) nor swellings.

You cannot compare his initial health test reports with anything (until you witness people drained out excessively by drugs or alcohol):

  • Liver Damage: AST/ASTS (glutamic oxoloacetic transaminase) was: 7897 IU/l (norm: 8-46 IU/l); exceeding norm 170 TIMES!
  • liver damage: ALAT (ALAT) was: 7125 IU/l (norm: 5-45 IU/l); exceeding norm 158 TIMES!
  • blood coagulation disorders,
  • ammonia (73 umol/l; norm: 11-32 umol/l),
  • hyper-unconjugated bilirubinemia (6.8 mg/dl; norm:<1,1>
  • too low sodium concentration in plasma and extracellular fluid: that is hyponatremia (124 mmol/l); norm: 135-145 mmol/l [3]
  • kidney damage (creatinine 3.8 mg/dl; norm: 0.6-1.3 mg/dl),
  • too low blood pressure,
  • LDH 7140 IU/l; norm: 120-230 IU/l,
  • tachycardia,
  • enlarged liver,
  • breath frequency: 26 per minute

However, this was just start of bad news:

  • heart study showed dilated cardiomyopathy,
  • thrombus in both ventricles.
  • ejection fraction decline by 15%,

“Dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) (congestive cardiomyopathy) is a myocardium (heart muscle) disease. It causes a drop in heart shrinkage, hostile enlargement of ventricles, which further leads to at first left chamber- and then both-chamber heart failure. ” [4]


Toxic oral anabolic-androgenic steroids (and prohormones) may pose severe (sometimes irrevocable) reparations to your heart, liver, and kidney. To get that perfectly toned body and muscles, you must be careful regarding your health. If you want to rely on such measures, do not forget to examine your kidneys, liver, and heart on a regular basis.

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