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Straight, No Chaser
12-02-2004, 02:09 PM
I wonder if these guys know they could end up creating a sub-species of homo sapiens?

Clomid, Uhhhh used properly, promotes a "super ovulation" in women by stimulating the ovaries to mature an egg or preferrably, many eggs.

So let's see... HgH to build muscle mass, strength and an agressive "attitude". However, it also shrinks the family jewels...
Let's add Clomid to suppress the family jewels from shrinkage.

Any rational super-ego would conclude that having very large muscles, superhuman strength, the attitude of a raging bull with BIG NUTS is a desireable state of being. Just what This Planet needs :spock:



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beavis
12-02-2004, 02:11 PM
huh?

SBK
12-02-2004, 02:15 PM
Clomid doesn't make many eggs. It just makes a woman ovulate. She will also go crazy while she's on it, some hormonal crap. Any of your wives decide to take it make sure you know when cause it sucks.

Straight, No Chaser
12-02-2004, 02:21 PM
Clomid doesn't make many eggs. It just makes a woman ovulate. She will also go crazy while she's on it, some hormonal crap. Any of your wives decide to take it make sure you know when cause it sucks.

Is that your wife (avatar)?
If so I'm not sure she has the equipment to ovulate.


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mcan
12-02-2004, 02:36 PM
HgH is NOT a steroid, it's human growth hormone. It hardly does any real good for an athlete (not at all like an anabolic agent). Mostly, it will just make soft tissue inflate (noses, ears, etc). Lots of athletes used to take this stuff thinking that it would be an untracable steroid. They were wrong. Now it's mostly used as an anti-aging drug in the elderly. Although they would probably be getting better results if they were taking an anabolic as well, and it would certainly be a whole lot cheeper. Most of the real HgH that's on the market has to come from cadavers... The engineered stuff is extremely expensive.


Clomid is an anti-aromatose agent that suppresses estrogen levels in both males and females. Athletes take it for two reasons. 1: High estrogen levels in a male can cause the body to become fatty. 2: When you take steroids, the increase in testosterone makes your body up the estrogen. This leads to several ill side effects, like gyno (bitch tits) and puffy skin, etc. In order to help ward off these side effects, athletes will supplement with Clomid and keep their own estrogen levels down.

Straight, No Chaser
12-02-2004, 03:05 PM
HgH is NOT a steroid, it's human growth hormone. It hardly does any real good for an athlete (not at all like an anabolic agent). Mostly, it will just make soft tissue inflate (noses, ears, etc). Lots of athletes used to take this stuff thinking that it would be an untracable steroid. They were wrong. Now it's mostly used as an anti-aging drug in the elderly. Although they would probably be getting better results if they were taking an anabolic as well, and it would certainly be a whole lot cheeper. Most of the real HgH that's on the market has to come from cadavers... The engineered stuff is extremely expensive.


Clomid is an anti-aromatose agent that suppresses estrogen levels in both males and females. Athletes take it for two reasons. 1: High estrogen levels in a male can cause the body to become fatty. 2: When you take steroids, the increase in testosterone makes your body up the estrogen. This leads to several ill side effects, like gyno (bitch tits) and puffy skin, etc. In order to help ward off these side effects, athletes will supplement with Clomid and keep their own estrogen levels down.

Thanks for clearing that up. I ASSumed, wrongly perhaps, that Clomid may help suppress the jewel shrinkage. Knowing it suppresses other undesirable androgenous traits still has me wondering if all this freewheeling alchemy will end up at some freakish end.

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