Oxandrolone is most certainly a hepatotoxic steroid. It does not carry the strongest level of hepatotoxicity among anabolic steroids, but it is stronger than most. This is due to it being a C17-aa anabolic steroid. All C17-aa steroids are hepatic, but the level of toxicity varies greatly between them. Due to this steroid’s strong hepatotoxicity, this is why total use must be limited (see administration section).
Due to use, those who supplement with Anadrol will find their liver enzyme values increase. An increase in values is not a sign of damage but rather a sign of stress that can lead to damage if responsible practices are not followed and the stress is allowed to remain. Proper dosing and duration of use protocols are imperative when it comes to this steroid. Further, it is important the individual avoids excess alcohol consumption when supplementing with this steroid due to the liver stress such consumption will cause. In fact, most will find avoiding all alcohol to be best during use. If this is a problem and you are supplementing for the purpose of performance enhancement remember there is nothing on earth that is as anti-performance as alcohol. Those who supplement are also encouraged to limit their use of Over the Counter (OTC) medications. Many OTC medications carry strong hepatic natures, and the added stress can be extensive when coupled with Anadrol. Use should be limited to when only absolutely needed. If these rules can be followed, once use is discontinued liver enzyme values will return to normal and no damage will be done. As a final note, Anadrol should not be used if the liver is unhealthy.
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At your next editorial meeting, perhaps you could discuss a small amendment to your house style to use a better notation for f-numbers. The '' notation you use confuses a lot of people into thinking that aperture is measured in units of F. Hasselblad gets it right. In their release above the refer to 'The XCD 135mm f/' and so on. This is easy for people to understand as a formula, where 'f' is the focal length. I discussed this once with one of your staff (as I remember, Richard) who agreed that the 'f/' notation is clearer, but said he couldn't do much because it was your house style. Maybe you could change your house style?
A small point maybe, but anything that makes it easier for people to understand should be welcomed.
Sorry, a bit OT here, but just seeing the contrast between what you wrote and Hasselblad's release brought it to mind,