Injectable Steroids for sale on our site are a means of sports pharmacology. These steroids are administered intramuscularly and manufactured by several different reputable companies. They are produced in the form of solutions in either ampoules or small vials. In order to properly administer the injection, you will need a syringe which is easily obtainable from your local pharmacy without a prescription. It is important to be comfortable with self-injections but for those that do not yet feel comfortable with this, asking a friend or significant other is highly recommended until you can do the injection on your own.
Most often, injections are made into the gluteal muscle since this is the largest muscle. Novice steroid users may find it difficult to inject in the glutes and we recommend doing so in front of a mirror. This will allow the user to see where he/she is injecting. More experienced bodybuilders and athletes who have been using steroids for quite some time are able to successfully administer shots with little or no problems at all. It is quite common for the most experienced users to also stand in front of a mirror for proper injection protocol.
On this catalog page of our site you’ll see the most common and high-quality Injectable Steroids.
Benefits of Injectable Steroids
- The main and biggest plus of Injectable Steroids is safety, as injectable steroids do not affect the liver. Almost all Oral Steroids, produced in capsules and tablets, have a negative impact on the liver (and some on the kidneys). This often occurs when oral steroids are used incorrectly, as well as in excess dosages over long periods of time. Some tablets can cause stomach and bowel problems, such as gastritis. Injectable steroids do not have this negative effect. After all, when you inject the steroid solution into the muscle, it begins to be absorbed directly into the blood, bypassing the liver (therefore, it is non-toxic and causes no stress to the liver).
- It’s time to talk about another advantage of Injectable Steroids for sale. Since injectable steroids enter the blood immediately from the muscle, they do not have to be absorbed in the intestine, partially destroyed in the intestine, then pass through the liver and collapse there. When injected, the entire dose enters the bloodstream immediately and begins to take its effects on the body. That is, the steroid is used by the body more efficiently and effectively.
- The third advantage of Injectable Steroids over oral steroids is the long-term effect. Steroids don’t dissolve in water, they’re only soluble in oil. And the oil solution creates a kind of depot in the body. Injectable steroids are present in the body for much longer, which means that injections can be done not so often. This highly depends on the ester of the steroid and the half-life of the steroid. Some need to be injected at least twice per week while others can be injected only one time per week and still produce amazing results.
Disadvantages of Injectable Steroids
If we are talking about the benefits, it is worth considering some of the disadvantages of Injectable Steroids for sale. These include the following:
- Injections can be painful, and not everyone feels comfortable doing them even if it is only once per week;
- Injections are not very convenient, especially for those who travel frequently with work or who cannot tell his/her spouse they are using anabolic steroids. Also, it is not likely that you will inject steroids while at the gym;
- If you do the injections incorrectly, the injection site can become red, inflamed and irritated which may result in an infection. If this happens, it is a good idea to have antibiotics on hand and not to panic. The pain and redness will most likely subside in a few hours or may last for a day or two.
Experienced athletes, bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts often use injectable steroids instead of oral steroids but some will combine both when running a steroid cycle. It all comes down to personal preference when choosing the type of steroid as well as the form.
Training natural versus the use of Anabolic Steroids
This has always been a heated topic. But, why? Getting gains can be done naturally or with anabolic steroids. Without a doubt, steroids help the body recover faster allowing you to make gains more quickly. The purpose of anabolic steroids is to quicken the muscle building process, which it greatly does. There is absolutely no comparison between how fast a person can make gains on steroids to how fast they can by doing it naturally.
Individuals can make impressive gains without using steroids but the gains can only go so far before reaching the maximum potential. Steroids allow the body to go beyond what it could ever do naturally. Anabolic steroids encourage rapid muscle growth, muscle definition, tighter or hardened skin and can give the user a three-dimensional look. Vascularity and striations also become very pronounced from steroids. Users will only see these results with diet and training.
There is no right or wrong way to train. The body doesn’t naturally let someone build new muscle while being fully ripped. You need to put on mass in order to be able to gain new muscle when doing it naturally. But the use of steroids allows many guys to look absolutely impeccable all year round. You can put on size while remaining lean with anabolics. Choose what works best.
What about those individuals that are genetically gifted? These people can pack on a decent amount of size and muscle without using steroids. Even though this is possible, many will still turn to anabolic steroids to add even MORE size and muscle. It is not uncommon for natural athletes to experiment with steroids to see just how much they can change their physique. There is also another group to consider – females. You’ll find more and more women in the fitness industry switch from being natural to the use of anabolic steroids. It all depends on what the goal is and whether the woman is willing to deal with the side effects associated with steroid use. A lot of women that compete in bikini, figure and even bodybuilding events turn to anabolics to gain a competitive edge while on stage.
Gynecomastia is the build up of glandular tissue under the breast, and is considered an oestrogenic side effect from the use of steroids. When the body senses too much testosterone or a testosterone like substance, it will try to reduce the level by a process called aromatization. This process converts testosterone to estradiol, an estrogen like substance. Early symptoms of this side effect include puffy, itchy or sore nipples. Gynecomastia can range from a mass under the nipple to fully developed breasts.
Not everyone who uses anabolic steroids will get gynecomastia. Since younger individuals are already experiencing a roller coaster of hormones, the onset of gyno due to steroids might be especially difficult to handle. Many people get gynecomastia from steroids such as Dianabol and Anadrol due to water retention in the body.
Some may be prone to gynecomastia while others will never experience this effect. Each individual has a different tolerance level with any substance taken. If you start feeling sensitivity around the nipple area you may want to lower your steroid dose. Those who don’t recognize the early signs of gyno take the steps to treat it, may need surgery down the road.
Gynecomastia is not considered to be life threatening but nonetheless it does cause severe discomfort along with embarrassment. While some may just be able to ignore the symptoms and discomfort, this side effect can be enough to cause others to discontinue using steroids. And it is also important to mention that not ALL steroids can cause gynecomastia. So, something everyone should take away from this information is to know your body, do your research on anabolics and decide if you are ready to deal with the side effects that may develop as a result of steroid use.
Choosing the right dose and length of your first steroid cycle
Always begin with small dosages and basic stacks. This leads to less dilemma and very little unwanted side effects. Furthermore, with simple steroid stacks, it will be easy to figure out the causes of problems easily. In fact, small doses for beginners are sufficient to see significant results.
Testosterone should always be the base of any steroid cycle, regardless if you are a beginner or at the most advanced level. Beginner testosterone doses should start around 250mg weekly with the limit being around 400mg per week. Testosterone Enanthate or Cypionate are the two common forms used. Those wishing to throw in an oral steroid such as Dianabol should only do so for up to 6 weeks with the max dose being 30mg/day.
There isn’t a fixed length for anabolic steroid use and cycle length differs with the individual users, the dosages and the stacks being used. But, most agree that a steroid cycle under 8 weeks will not be efficient as the body requires time to adapt and it takes time for results to show up. It’s best to start with 8-week steroid cycles and then increase the time frame based on the results. Some cycles run for a period of 12 or 14 weeks. And you will find those users who run cycles for longer periods of time such as 20 weeks or more. This is not something that the beginner should even be thinking about until down the road.
Before figuring out how long your cycle is going to be, it’s important that you know the chemical characteristics and traits of the steroids you plan on running. Knowing whether the steroids are slow release or fast release drugs, and the half-lives of the compounds will help you figure out how often the injections need to take place and how many weeks into the cycle to expect results. You don’t want to run a short 8 week cycle if what you are taking won’t make any physical changes to your body until 6 weeks into the cycle. That means you only have two more weeks to get good results which is not enough time at all. If that’s the case, consider a longer cycle of at least 12 weeks (or more).
How steroids can/will affect libido and sex drive
The loss of libido or sex drive can be a major concern for some steroid uses, but never crosses the minds of others. But, just how will steroids affect your performance in the bedroom? Steroids can make someone feel more sexually confident and boost sex drive but they can also weaken a man’s sex drive and cause erection issues.
The vast majority of testosterone is produced in the tesicles. If injecting testosterone, this can throw hormones out of whack and cause an imbalance. In addition, sperm count can be lowered from steroid use causing infertility issues. Erectile dysfunction can also be caused by steroid use. Too high or too low estrogen will cause libido issues too.
Users should generally experience an increase in libido especially if using strong androgens, though effects between individuals do vary. If you experience any loss of interest, or you experience problems maintaining an erection, don’t dismiss this as being no big deal. Knowing how your body reacts sexually from the use of steroids can affect relationships, marriage and the possibility of starting a family. Some drugs such as Proviron can be used as a counter-active measure.
If you’ve ever joined a forum regarding anabolic steroids, then you know this topic is pretty common. The information provided by some of the members of the forums (based on personal experience) may seem a little fabricated. So, don’t always listen to everything that people tell you. Hopefully, you’ll be able to decipher between what is the truth and what others exaggerate about. And not all steroids affect people in the same way. Some older men said they experienced a pretty big increase in their sex drive from just testosterone. And, depending on how your sex drive/libido was prior to your first cycle, should be an indication of how it will be after running some steroids. The longer you stay on steroids, the more they can affect your libido. Down the road after years and years of use, you may find that it somewhat decreased from how it was in your younger years.
The Bottom Line
Steroid injections can be a key part of a treatment plan for many autoimmune and joint conditions. Steroids can be injected into joints, muscles, tendons, the spine, or bursae. They can also be given intravenously, usually for autoimmune flares.
When used with other treatments, such as physical therapy, they can provide symptom relief for several months at a time. It’s best not to have more than three or four steroid injections per year.
After getting a steroid injection, if you have a bad headache or develop an infection at the site of the shot, be sure to follow up with your doctor.