“Hi Paul, I still haven’t had one day were the HRV didn’t allow me to train as usual since I got the new Pro! On Monday I have had a full weekend of rest, it flew up 20 points! Over the week it slowly went down, but I was still allowed to train “as usual” every day. Take in to account that I, get up 05 in the morning, and get home at -9,45 in the evening 4 times a week. And yesterday I did this pad holding session again, on top of that I did 10 sets for 3s of heavy deadlifts. Just checked the app in the morning with 6 hrs of sleep, it went up from 66 to 75!!”
Most modern steroid enemas are foam based - as the likelihood of someone with colitis being able to retain a water based enema is quite low. These act topically applying the steroid directly to the colon - with only small amounts being absorbed into the bloodstream. This makes side effects less likely. The downside is that they can only reach the descending colon and rectum - so for those with extensive colitis oral steroids may be needed. A combination of Entocort and steroid enemas can provide topical treatment to the majority of the colon - again minimizing side effects. As the two main steroid enemas differ quite greatly I will cover them separately.
The challenge is intensified by the fact that many online providers don’t accurately advertise the contents of the products they sell, they may be operating outside the ., and the drugs aren’t prescribed by a licensed practitioner who can help individuals weigh the risks and benefits. In such cases, individuals may have no idea what they are taking, what the appropriate dose should be, or what levels of control and safety went into the manufacturing process. These facts make the risks of taking anabolic steroids bought without a prescription even greater than they otherwise would be.