The challenge is intensified by the fact that many online providers don’t accurately advertise the contents of the products they sell, they may be operating outside the ., and the drugs aren’t prescribed by a licensed practitioner who can help individuals weigh the risks and benefits. In such cases, individuals may have no idea what they are taking, what the appropriate dose should be, or what levels of control and safety went into the manufacturing process. These facts make the risks of taking anabolic steroids bought without a prescription even greater than they otherwise would be.
This is a load of shite the poor guy did not cause his own his gp and the hospital had done there jobs like they should of he would be fine there piss taking and one sided views on the matta caused this i understand why the guy never trusted from england and the nhs are a joke so are our gpz if your not getting bupa care your getting nhs treatment and your playing pot can not do fuck all over here they flooded my lungs a few week ago on a cartilage surgery because they did not have my full medical details sent over from my gp i even told them before surgery and the table they put me on had blood on the sheets from the guy before me and they put it over my legs aswell unclean few year back they caused a family friend brain damage by a over dose of 20 times the dose that should of been given when she was given lied and said it was not there fault and tryed to blame her it has taken about 4 years to get a guilty result and compo for lie all the time about why someone died and what caused it to cover there backs there a fucking joke and a never would of seen this untill they fucked up people i had only a shame that no ones going to fight years to clear this guys name and he will be known as a steroid death it realy pisses me off.
In addition, the 2002 survey also determined how easy it was for school aged children to obtain steroids. The survey indicated 22% of eighth graders, % of tenth graders, and % of twelfth graders surveyed in 2002 reported that steroids were "fairly easy" or "very easy" to obtain. More than 57% of twelfth graders surveyed in 2002 reported that using steroids was a "great risk." Also, another study indicated that steroids are used predominately by males. The survey determined the annual prevalence rates were two to four times as high among males as among females.