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How Time Of Day Shouldh I Take Hgh
Probably never: Shouldn't be taking it unless prescribed by your doctor for a deficiency that would have been noted in childhood. Your doctor would have already told you. Otherwise it won't help and can be harmful. ...Read more
I'm 17 years old and my hight is 155 CM can HGH help with my problem at this age or is it too late, also how much time does it take me to get 165cm ?
Dr. can review chart: Most people reach their maximum height in their late teens. Without nutritional problems or chronic childhood illnesses, height is largely based on genetics and parental heights. Aside from eating right, exercising, sleeping well, and being happy, there's not much a person nor his doctor can do to increase height. In rare cases, growth hormone is approved for use, but unlikely at age 17 years. ...Read more
Age 22:the only form of steroid I have taken was HGH about 3 years ago for 2 months, lately my urine has been a weak stream/takes time to dispel, why?
It has nothing: To do with the hgh. If you continue to have problems check w/your doctor. ...Read more
How many times a week should I take a 1mg/0.25ml genotropin (human growth hormone) (hgh) injection? My growth plates are 95 percent closed and I am a 17 years old boy.
Who prescribed it?: I'm sure that any physician offering free advice to a perfect stranger will answer with me: this is a question for your endocrinologist. He or she prescribes according to a complex algorithm involving your underlying diagnosis, fusion of epiphyses, growth curve, and response to treatment. If you need another opinion--which is understandable--see a qualified specialist, who can review your case. ...Read more
Dose range: If you have gh deficiency as an adult there is a dose range your endocrinologist will know. Igf-1 levels, other labs, and clinical history go into titration of gh. ...Read more
Unknown: There have been several studies on using growth hormone in non deficient patients (those with severe cachexia, malnutrition, ICU setting, aids wasting), and there was no real bad side effect. The hormone may alter glucose metabolism, but there are mixed results about diabetes development in patients. But, why take more than you need. You won't grow taller once your growth plates are closed. ...Read more
Talk to your Doctor: This is a question for your physician. The one that is seeing you in person, who has your full medical and family history in front of him. There is not any way for us on this simple app to know all of this about you. ...Read more
Part : Part of this depends on the indication you are taking it. It partially depends on the type of growth hormone deficiency the patient has, such as if it is a child who is substantially behind on growth curves due to chronic disease or renal failure, or even from turner's syndrome. In patients who do not have a documented medical condition such as renal failure or turner's syndrome that is causing significant growth delay, there are no studies that demonstrate efficacy or long-term safety of taking hgh supplements. ...Read more
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