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Recall from the criteria above "you must not use any other C17-aa anabolic steroids" and that is because Anadrol is a C17-aa anabolic steroid, extremely hepatotoxic and as a result the side-effects of Anadrol can include liver damage. The C17-aa nature refers to a C17-alpha alkylated steroid which refers to a structural change of the hormone at the 17 th carbon position that enables it to survive the first pass through the liver. This is necessary to the hormone' s survival if benefits are to be obtained; however, it also makes it toxic to the liver, and in the case of Anadrol we have one of the most hepatotoxic steroids of all time. This makes your doses and duration of use truly important, and this is why you must at all cost avoid excess alcohol consumption and all over the counter medications where possible; many over the counter medications are hepatotoxic, and in some cases, more so than many anabolic steroids. If you can do these things, and there is absolutely no reason you can't, although your enzyme values will increase with use, assuming your liver is healthy all should return to normal once use is discontinued and no damage will be done.