The main concern about mixing steroids and alcohol is that alcohol can worsen the side effects of steroids, leading to a faster drop in testosterone than from the drug alone."Many testosterone experts agree that alcohol should not be recommended for men who can safely use no more than the recommended dosage for their level of testosterone, effects of steroids with chemo."There are many other situations where alcohol can have a detrimental effect," added Paul, effects of steroids mental.Some steroids can also be very dangerous, according to Paul."A testosterone supplement can have toxic effects," he stressed, effects of stopping steroids. "A testosterone booster may increase the risk of liver damage, effects of steroids in athletes."The advice of Paul and Paul's co-author Dr, effects of steroids in athletes. David B, effects of steroids in athletes. Cooper, a professor of pharmacy at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, states that it's important for men to get to the doctor when they are very confused or uncertain on any testosterone treatment they are taking, effects of steroids in athletes.Dr. Cooper told HuffPost that a doctor should first make a note of the testosterone levels and the dosage for all testosterone supplements they are taking, including any alcohol containing supplements and/or supplements containing testosterone enanthate tablets, effects of steroids with alcohol."If someone is being tested for something and they are a heavy user of alcohol, then it could be a good idea to ask how much alcohol they are taking, and to have the doctor record the amount as well," said Cooper. "Otherwise you could end up in a situation very similar to some of the cases in the news that we have been investigating on this site, of steroids alcohol with effects."If you have been recently tested for testosterone (and can tell how much it was), tell your doctor right away so that the test can be done on your own body, effects of steroids on the liver.What is important for your doctor to know is if you have testosterone levels over 1% or if you are taking testosterone enanthate tablets.The recommended testosterone dosage for men is 600 to 800mg per day in men under 35 years old and between 15 and 28 years old, effects of steroids long term.The recommended dosage for women with male pattern hair loss is 450 to 550mg per day in older men and between 13.5 and 50 years old.The recommended testosterone dosage for women over 25 is 450-600mg per day, a little higher in men.Some testosterone supplements are not safe for all men, effects of steroids on the liver."Some testosterone boosters can be toxic for your liver, and it is dangerous for women to take them," explained Paul. "I have a list of testosterone boosters in my site with the links to the reviews, effects of steroids mental0."