Reproductive function is a significant health concern for both male and female athletes and, for those who use anabolic steroids, the concern becomes even greater. Whilst men may experience changes in libido and natural testosterone production, the effect training, dieting and anabolic steroid use has on the female body is immediately noticed via changes in the menstrual cycle. In fact, many female athletes report menstrual irregularities or amenorrhea (the absence of periods for 3-12 months). There are several reasons for this disruption in the normal menstrual cycle, the most frequent cause being a dysfunction at the hypothalamic level - often referred to as functional hypothalamic amenorrhea.
So what if I told you I met someone who only competed 4 times before turning pro, competed in one of the most competitive pro shows in the industry and made top 10, tried out for the US Olympic Track & Field Team and nearly made it within 1 inch of qualifying, started her own real estate business... and just turned 29 in February?
Beautiful women with beautiful bodies are not too hard to come by in this biz. Their prevalence is such that we have come to expect scintillating examples of the female form at every turn. Be it the Arnold or Olympia expos, national level bodybuilding contests, or various trade shows that support our industry, it's a foregone conclusion that you will be stumbling over more mad hot women than any other place on Earth.