The most common side effect at proper dosages is nasal congestion which occurs in 5-15% of patients. A common side effect of many blood pressure medications is impotence; this appears to be less common with reserpine than with certain other hypertensives and frequently lower than in patients taking a placebo pill. This latter fact was published in the journal General Internal Medicine 1991 (Vol. 6 p. 561) in an article entitled: "Reserpine; a Relic from the Past or a Neglected Drug of the Present for Achieving Cost Containment in Treating Hypertension?"
No... better yes please give some advise to that poor guy who was asking for advise, instead of knowing how much you KNOW about steroids, sorry i dont need to discuss any AAS physiology with you because i have MANY years knowledge ONLY based on hands on experience, not based on "research". I dont mean to sound like a dick its nothing personal with you but i really don't have tolerance to doctors ignorance and view on AAS on this country (there are exceptions), Mainly because there are WAY far worse things in this country that doctors are prescribing because its FDA approved, i HATE the way pharmaceutical companies manipulate how everything is prescribed, Testosterone and Somatropin are here to stay, they perform WONDERS to the population.