Putting a Stop to Oxandrolone Abuse
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Oxandrolone abuse is one of the most common and deadliest forms of steroid addiction taking place in the country today. We began taking oxandrolone because of its promises of losing fat, improved athletic performance, and increased muscle mass. We learned far too late that oxandrolone is not our friend. Oxandrolone is an addictive drug that is just as harmful to us and society as any other street drug. Call us today to put an end to the abuse.
The Signs and Symptoms of Oxandrolone Abuse
Facts about Oxandrolone
After becoming available as a prescription drug in 1964, this orally activated anabolic steroid found itself becoming popular due to its strength, quick results, and ease of use. Oxandrolone can be taken orally and therefore does not have to be injected, creating a new group of people finding themselves addicted to this drug. Some signs of oxandrolone use include:
- Larger, puffy looking muscles or physique
- Increased acne breakouts on face, shoulder, or back
- Delusions of invincibility or overconfidence.
- Gynecomastia, or overdeveloped breast tissue in men
- Increases or decreases in hunger
- Rapid fluctuations in temperament
- Thinning hair or receding hairline
- Bad Breath
- Unusually greasy hair or oily skin
If you or a loved one are experiencing these or any other symptoms, please contact your physician immediately and start getting the help you need.