While the benefits of oral steroids are many and there are many anabolic steroids that only come in oral form, there are also anabolic steroids available in both injectable and oral form; most notably anabolic steroids such as Winstrol or Primo are both commonly sold as both an injectable and oral steroids. While both versions of either of these anabolic steroids will produce results the user will notice far greater success from injectable Primo as in comparison to its oral counterpart. Conversely, both oral and injectable Winstrol will generally produce the same results, assuming the dose is kept the same; moreover, injectable le Winstrol can be taken orally as well; this is one of the few injectable steroids that possess this trait.
As with any type of alcoholic, there is no one-size-fits-all treatment program. The individual case needs to be assessed by a professional as to the best treatment. Interventions are often used to get a functioning alcoholic subtype to be aware of how their behavior is affecting others and creating problems. Many times, a functioning alcoholic will not realize their behavior is a problem and deny that they have an addiction to alcohol. This is because they manage to hold down jobs, have a relatively normal family and social life, and unless a significant event occurs relating to their alcoholism, they will not see that they are doing anything wrong.
Amen to that! I’ve been a pain patient since before it became “en vogue” (1985). I think I’ve tried more med therapies than most and I’m steady on oxycodone & methadone. Never an addiction problem but I and my doctor agree I am dependent on the meds (HUGE difference). It has never effected my ability to make a coherent sentence, in my opinion nor my ability to communicate verbally with others. I couldn’t wade through that disjointed drivel above either! I feel like the last sane pain patient on the planet, lol. My doctor asks me during every visit if I wish to change or increase my meds or my current dosage. I go for many years without changing a thing simply because I refuse to put myself into an addiction situation. The downside of this is that “all” my pain never goes away… I retain just enough to keep myself real and remind me that there is no such thing as a magic pill. Since 1985 I’ve progressed from two trashed disks to now my entire lumbar plus two disks in my neck. I walk with a cane some days but the tradeoff is quite worth it to me. Keep it real folks because the alternative is unacceptable on any level. I hope this helps at least one person out there struggling between doctor’s orders and a hard place. 🙂