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Steroid abuse is a common problem among bodybuilders and athletes. However, because of the drug's capability to enhance physical appearance, it has become a drug of choice for teenagers and adults to look and feel good, regardless of whether they are athletes or not.
What some steroid users do not realize is that abusing the drug has dangerous side effects.
In females, steroid abuse can cause:
- growth of facial hair;
- male-pattern baldness;
- changes in or cessation of the menstrual cycle;
- enlargement of the clitoris;
- and a permanently deepened voice.
In males, side effects include:
- shrinking of the testicles;
- reduced sperm count;
- development of breasts;
- and increased risk for prostate cancer.
Research also shows that steroid abuse can cause mood swings, depression, irritability, impaired judgment, delusions, and paranoia. These behavioral changes are likely to result in more serious problems at school, at home, or in the workplace.
At TestCountry, we offer a variety of steroid abuse urine tests for the accurate detection of steroid biomarkers in an individual's system. The urine test samples are analyzed by an accredited laboratory using state-of-the-art technology to determine if the suspected individual is using steroids illegally.
Steroid abuse tests are ideal for parents, employers, and sports coaches who want to find out whether or not their teenagers, employees or team members are using and abusing anabolic steroids.
Early detection of drug abuse allows you to help the individual to quit even before they are fully hooked or become a danger to other people in your household, workplace or team.