Anything you take will pass twice through your body. An injectible version of an oral in theory is less harsher on your liver but non the less your liver will still have to process it. Yes taking less can in fact result in the user taking it for longer periods of time theoretically but keep in mind over use of an oral can result in gaul stones or even worse in BOTH forms. Orals need to be kept at the minimum side of dosing on whatever you wish to do IMO. For example not that anadrol or dbol is so liver toxic compared to the others...anything that has a methyl group attached at the 17th position in the chemical structure (this is done to prevent the liver from breaking it down) will make it thru the liver unchanged but the liver works hard to try to break them down which is where the toxicity idea comes from. Its not that its poison to a liver but more that its making the liver work extremely hard and then if someone drinks or has some unknown (or known and failing to take into account or caring) liver issue then the 17-methyl compounds will be extremely rough on it. Dbol, drol, winstrol, etc, etc are all 17-methyl group compounds so basically to the liver they are pretty much the same...I believe one oral compound that isn't is anavar which is why its considered safer. So its my understanding that whether it's pill or injection they are both still the same chemical makeup. Beautiful thing about your liver is that it can in fact heal or repair itself with proper time off and usage of liver supports.