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    Default How big could we get?

    How big do you think could women get with steroids without facial and other features turning masculine ?

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    Managing Dir., Rx Muscle Forums Curt James's Avatar
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    Only guessing but I suspect that's a highly individual outcome. Your mileage may vary.
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    Like Curt says - HIGHLY individual outcomes, including but not limited to genetics, past lifting history and concurrent protocol (e.g. very aggressive growth phase, diet, heavy training, etc.). And the what is the follow up - how soon before a cutting phase, what is being done to maintain the growth? The maintainable results are the ones the body is given time to adapt to - not like a lot of these guys you see who juice like a monster and then go straight into an aggressive cut and lose it all.

    I would also submit that what you are referring to is "sides", and these also are highly individual depending on body chemistry, but I would say generally sticking w/ anavar and not a repeated cycles or aggressive dieting, the visible sides you are talking about would be very limited. Anything else, plan on the sides showing up. The internal sides including BP, lipid levels, etc. can be another story.

    Generally speaking (again - no guarantees) var is about the only one that won't start promoting most of the usual androgenic sides, but repeated use or use w/ other stuff probably will result in those sides.
    Last edited by sassy69; 02-16-2015 at 06:44 PM.
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