Re:are the androgenic effects of AAS permanent?
Bro, can you confirm something for me. You say you wouldn't mind a deeper voice....how old are you?
From my experience AAS hasn't deepened my voice. The increase in hair is generally one or two tiny normal hair's that spring up on your shoulders or back. The effects are generally not permanent. Even if you get Gyno, this will eventually disappear.
To be honest I think you should REALLY weigh up the options here and decide whether or not it's worth it. Rather than the odd hair, think about whether you can handle the increase in blood pressure. The shortness of breath. The fact that even tying your shoelaces, depending on the compound, can have you breaking out in the most unreal bout of sweating imaginable. The fact that if you want to fully utilise the benefits of the gear the fact that you pretty much have to kiss good bye to a normal social life. The fact that you'll be eating so much food you'll feel bloated all the time and in most cases, the simplest of things that wouldn’t annoy you before seem to grate your very core!
Jumping on the gear wagon is no light decision. It body altering stuff. Also I would class Epistane anywhere near really AAS.
I'm guessing here, but you sound young and very in-experienced. Read some cycle logs and search for things like "side effects" as well as "gains" and from this research, make an educated decision on the next steps.