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понедельник, 10 сентября 2012 г.

Corticosteroids help prostitutes to serve more clients

Recently Australian Customs and Border Protection arrested four men who possessed the anabolic steroids Oxandrolone (Anavar) and Primoteston Depot (testosterone). Andrew Almada, Cheuk Fai Chan, Prabal Islam and Mohammed Islam tried to smuggle these drugs to Bangladesh. The medications were seized and these men were detained.
The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper presented a report about this situation, claiming that four persons were detained while they wanted to smuggle steroids that were intended for intake by prostitutes in Bangladesh. This report surprised a lot of people. What does The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper mean? Do prostitutes apply the same products like sportspeople and bodybuilder that try to improve their performance, increasing muscle size and energy? Why do prostitutes apply anabolic steroids? Which is the purpose?
Some persons realized that it was wrong to suggest that Andrew Almada, Cheuk Fai Chan, Prabal Islam and Mohammed Islam wanted to smuggle the steroids in order to inject prostitutes with them. Of course, prostitutes don’t take anabolic steroids. There is confusion here. Prostitutes apply corticosteroids that differ from anabolic steroids totally. Corticosteroids produce other effects. They have capacity to increase performance in prostitutes. While anabolic steroids help to gain muscle size and lower fat deposits, corticosteroids promote wasting muscles and enhance body fat deposits.
Orexadon is one of catabolic steroids used by prostitutes. Those that administer this preparation look healthier and more attractive. So, such prostitutes that administer this medication have more clients.
A prostitute that uses Orexadon claims that she has ability to serve up to 15 clients a day.
Thus, it is possible to claim that prostitutes don’t administer anabolic steroids which are normally recommended for performance-enhancing effects in sports and bodybuilding. Corticosteroids are more suitable preparations for them.
The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper published a false report. Andrew Almada, Cheuk Fai Chan, Prabal Islam and Mohammed Islam didn’t smuggle steroids for prostitutes in Bangladesh.

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