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    Discussion in 'Anabolic Zone' started by Auris, Jun 9, 2018.

    1. Auris

      Auris Active Member

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      SARMs do not affect sex drive or sperm count.

      As one of the distasteful side effects of steroids or other strong testosterone-enhancers, the negative effects of reduced sex drive and sperm count were on the top of the list when making SARMs. The producers of SARMs wanted to design a supplement that gave all the great benefits of steroids, while still specifically promoting full anabolic activity muscle and bone.


      All this is to say that SARMs have been specifically designed to avoid those side effects of reduced sperm count or other sexual side effects with could lead to problems infertility. Plus, they are showing to have minimal effects on the prostate in general, which can’t be said for most other steroids or prohormones. By avoiding high concentrations of anabolic steroids, scientists think SARMs will more effectively dodge the risk of throwing hormones wildly off balance.

      In fact, SARMs are giving some surprising results during testing phases that look promising. Some SARMs, such as LGD-2226 have even proven to aid in sexual function, as it has shown drastic improvement in studies, without affecting the prostate. In many lab studies, as well as human case studies, results have shown an increase in libido.

      LGD-2226, as well as a few others, can increase libido and endurance to enhance sexual performance. Since all of the hormones work together to balance out sex drive, metabolism, and body fluid levels, a product like SARMs can affect one area more than the other, so research is highly necessary. Additionally, these products are still new and still in testing phases, so they haven’t had long-term testing in these areas.
       
    2. Myjourney

      Myjourney Well-Known Member

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      As a beginner could you explain what SARMs are and how they help?
       
    3. Auris

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      SARMs were originally developed for people with diseases like muscle wasting, osteoporosis, anemia, and chronic fatigue.

      They were intended to be a healthier alternative to testosterone replacement therapy. Whether they’re going to fulfill that vision is yet to be determined.

      Now, bodybuilders usually take SARMs for one of two reasons:

      1. To “get their feet wet” with anabolic drug use before going into traditional steroid cycles.
      2. To increase the effectiveness of steroid cycles without exacerbating side effects or health risks.
      Many bodybuilders also believe that SARMs are especially helpful for cutting because they help retain lean mass but don’t seem to increase water retention.
       
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    4. MarkB

      MarkB Administrator Staff Member

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      There is a very interesting objective look at SARMs here:-

      https://www.alextatemmd.com/blog/sarms-a-physicians-perspective

      As it states in the article, SARMs are relatively new compared to anabolic steroids so there is still work to be done on aspects of safety. While some of the side effects seen in anabolic steroids are not present in SARMs, SARMs also have their own particular issues.

      We would be very interested to hear from anyone who has used SARMs and has a moment to write about their experience.
       
    5. Newstarter

      Newstarter Well-Known Member

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      I think we can conclude that SARMs is something to consider with caution. There is a lot of research going on at the moment and it will be interesting to see future findings.
       

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