Perhaps the most popular women on steroids were the women on the East German swim team for the 1976 Olympics. These women were given anabolic steroids without them knowing by their trainers. They eventually ended up seeing all sorts of effects such as birth defects, enlarged hearts and other issues including miscarriages. Now, of course, steroid use is against Olympic regulations, but that doesn't mean that female athletes and bodybuilders don't still use them.
While men are the most common users of steroids, there are increasing numbers of women on steroids. These women on steroids are most often female bodybuilders and they use steroids to help them better their appearance as well as increase their performance levels.
The sport of bodybuilding is becoming more and more popular for women, women on steroids. The thing that women on steroids need to know is that there is not a whole lot of information or background on female steroid use since it's not as widespread as male steroid use.
Women on steroids are most often female bodybuilders and these women are also likely to abuse steroids as well as have body image disorders and possibly eating disorders as well.
Women on steroids need to know about the possible side effects of using the drugs. For men or women on steroids, there are possible side effects that could turn into life-threatening conditions including high blood pressure, increased cholesterol levels, kidney and liver damage and cardiovascular problems. Additionally, women on steroids might also experience acne, increased body hair, deepening of the voice and other virilizing effects including and enlarge clitoris and premature male pattern baldness. Additionally, studies also show that women on steroids might also experience emotional effects such as aggression. Women on steroids can also experience nontraditional gender roles where they tend to prefer more masculine "things" such as jobs, clothing, and hobbies.