In such cases, IOP elevation can be treated with topical aqueous suppressants. In that the dysfunction may be due to increased resistance to aqueous outflow at the trabecular meshwork, therapies designed to increase trabecular outflow, such as laser trabeculoplasty and miotics, are of questionable benefit. However, prostaglandin analogs (PGAs) appear to be successful in the management of steroid-induced glaucoma. 18 However, PGAs may be contraindicated by the underlying inflammatory process that necessitated steroid use in the first place.
SARMS can be considered as an evolutionary step forward from the anabolic androgenic steroids. Even though they present similar anabolic properties, SARMS are a much safer alternative to AAS because they do not present any of the side effects found with anabolic steroids. Besides, they are just as versatile as steroids are, and on top of that, SARMS present some additional properties. If all of this is not enough, SARMS are also much more convenient in use, since they can be taken orally, they are legal, and the mildness of their side effects allows to run shorter and milder post cycle therapies (PCT). All in all, they are definitely worth a try in a stack with AAS, or on their own – in both cases they will prove themselves to be extremely beneficial.