I have friends who have gone too the doctors and asked for information and advice on how to correctly administor needles in specific muscles.Here's another take on things;
Anabolic steroids, the same as recreational drugs can be dangerous because they're unregulated and uncontrolled in terms of purity etc and the temptation is always there to take too much or a harmful amount.
Now, on the TV last night was one of those documentaries that we've all seen about sex changes, trans-sexuals, trans-genders or whatever you want to call them where you get a 15 stone ex-docker who wants to become a moman and he is allowed/precribed the necessary hormones to help him on his merry little way on the NHS paid for by the taxpayer.
So with that in mind why cant you go to your GP if you want to put on a little muscle or enhance your performance in your chosen sport and do it in a safe and controlled manner?
The doctors in question, knew why they was asking, but as they have a duty of care were obliged to give safe advice.
I also know of people who got free needles etc from a service called 'needle exchange' which normally is there to try and protect junkies.