Anabolic Steroid Abuse

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Anabolic steroids are used illegally to increase muscle, decrease fat, and enhance athletic performance and body appearance. Anabolic steroids act by increasing the androgenic testosterone effects within the body. Anabolic steroids can lead to potentially fatal side effects. Anabolic steroids may be addictive, and users may go through withdrawal. Prevention requires community education, as well as reviewing why adolescents may want to start using the drugs and understanding the risks involved.

Symptoms:

Laboratory Test Procedures:

greasy hair
oily skin
acne
gynecomastia
bad breath
cutaneous striae in the deltopectoral area
increased body hair
skin eruptions
drastic appetite shifts
disrupted sleep patterns
needle stick marks in the buttocks, thighs, or deltoids
increased muscle size
testicular atrophy
hyperactivity
decreased body hair
jaundice
joint aches
high blood pressure
weight gain
sweating
lightheadedness
nausea
vomiting
lethargy
trouble urinating
blood in urine

Glucose
Glucose 1hr (50g) (O'Sullivan)
Glucose 2hr Post Prandial
Glucose Tolerance 2hr (75g)
Glucose Tolerance 3hr (75g)
Glucose Tolerance 3hr Preg (100g)
HGB (Hemoglobin) A1C
Sodium
ALT (SGPT)
AST (SGOT)
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