|Using Steriods in fighting Lipodystrophy Cont.
Feb 14, 2000
I would certainly consider changing your meds off of crix and D4T, the ones most responsible for this. You can afford to do this if your CD4 and VL are so good. I have no problem with steroids and they are helping for sure, but, using deca, ox and anadrol is a little much. I would use deca or oxandrin and leave it at that. The anadrol probably raised your liver functions. DTD
With ther androl-50 there was a small increase in liver fucntions from 45 to 78 over the 7 weeks i was in the cycle. In my case there was really no respond with just the deca and oxandrin but when I added the androl there was a big respond. in the end i had put on about 20 lbs of muscle and lost about half because of the unplan break. I've talked to a number of guys who are on roids. They think that my response bears out the notion that different types of roids work in different ways in different people. Because of the cost of roids and since only three roids are being cover by ins. Are there any studies that are look at steriods use. I really need to find some support before my doctor will reissue my script.
Response from Dr. Fisher
yah but the effect you have seen is probably a dose effect...in other words the steroid effects are all additive.
We know nothing scientifically about combined these drugs together in this manner.
There are plenty of studies on steroid use in AIDS. Look for the medical journal JAMA from last June, Hellerstein's article.
Alvan Fisher, M.D.
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