Can steroids from the doctor affect your period
A:Yes, steroids, whether from the doctor or not, could have an impact on your menstrual cycle. Use of specific anabolic steroids in women are known to inhibit ovulation and induce amenorrhea (lack of menstruation)! ChaCha again soon! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-steroids-from-the-doctor-affect-your-period ]
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- Can steroids from the doctor affect your period
- Yes, steroids , whether from the doctor or not, could have an impact on your menstrual cycle. Use of specific anabolic steroids in women are known to inhibit ovulation and induce amenorrhea (lack of menstruation)! ChaCha again soon!
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