En contraste con la creencia común, los esteroides anabólicos son una medicina muy popular en contraste con otros medicamentos utilizados comúnmente entre nuestra población, donde inyectarse esteroides . Sin embargo, los esteroides anabólicos varían grandemente de todos los otros medicamentos en el Cumpliendo con los medios: modo de uso, los impactos quería ser obtenido de ellos, y también el camino a través del cual se compran, comercializan, y también se negocian.
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Important note: This article does not intend, as was explained in other parts of the web, promote and recommend the use of steroids, but we would be foolish to think that by not giving the correct information would obviate the practice. Said this, we turn to tell how to inject properly, illustrated with photographs.
The areas selected for injection depends on several factors including the experience we have and the amount of ml to wear. The most common is the buttocks, followed by legs, shoulders and rarely, chest, triceps and biceps. There is much debate over whether to believe the punctures located the area in question, and personally I have not come to have a clear idea, although oil-based steroids, should not be used for this