Our expert says:
Well, it's an anabolic steroid product, also called an androgenic anabolic agent, and the "androgenic" part implies that it is a masculinizing steroid (though it a relatively weak one). That means it has the effect of create male physiological adaptations, which is pretty much all you need to know in terms of why women should not use it. In fact, no one should use it - any time you mess around with steroid type hormones, which are crucial in development and body function, you are really playing with fire, because of the numerous side effects they have.
So honestly, those people who take them are taking some pretty large risks. Rather avoid this kind of drug, which is banned anyway (except in sports like body-building, which is crazy).
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