Steroids also increase the risk that blood clots will form in blood vessels, potentially disrupting blood flow and damaging the heart muscle, so that it does not pump blood effectively, or not at all, and the patient may have a stroke. A person who has an enlarged prostate gland is at increased risk for clotting disorders, such as stroke, because the heart muscle can not pump effectively. In the 1970s, the Food and Drug Administration banned testosterone in women who tried to have an enlarged prostate due to side effects from the medications it was prescribed to prevent them, steroids and female fertility.What is Testosterone Replacement Therapy, steroids and cirrhosis?Testosterone injections are taken at least once a week and often twice a week. Testosterone Replacement Therapy means that the user takes testosterone to make their male body bigger—larger than normal, in fact—from within.Because injections can give the patient a higher testosterone level and lower the risk of developing health problems, people often choose testolol (another generic drug called methandienone) for an even higher dosage, steroids and borderline personality disorder.In most cases, the drug must be prescribed by a doctor with training in gynecology, steroids and osteoporosis. Because it can cause an allergic reaction in some people, the drug must also be prescribed by a health care professional who specializes in hormone therapy, which generally means a woman or a health education professional will be consulted.Why use Testosterone?Many women are told that they have an enlarged breast tissue and can never breastfeed, so they seek out a treatment plan, steroids blood and donation.The treatment plan that is prescribed can have long-term consequences for the user—including the potential risk of developing gynecological problems, including the risk of getting another type of cancer later on in life, steroids and bacterial infection.The drug must be prescribed by a health care professional with training in gynecology. Because it can give the user an increased level of testosterone and lower the risk of developing gynecological problems, people often choose testolol (another generic drug called methandienone) for an even higher dosage.In addition to the increased risk for prostate growth, the medication can also cause many side effects, such as erectile dysfunction, vaginal dryness, irritability, and a loss of libido, steroids and ovarian cysts.What is gynecological side effects?If there is an increased level of testosterone in the body, the level and/ or quality of the menstrual cycle is affected, steroids and blood donation. It has been known for some time that women who have had sex tend to have irregular periods. If they go on to have kids, it is unclear if there will be changes to the menstrual cycles.