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What Is The Difference Between Hgh And Dhea
Egg production: Dhea might help improve egg yield. While data remains limited, it seems clear that androgens, male hormone, help sensitize follicles to stimulation. Women with high natural androgen levels tend to have many small antral follicles. Supplementing stimulation with dhea can, in some women, improve the number of eggs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
STH vs IGF-1: Sth (somatotropin 1/growth factor/gh) is hormone produced by the pituitary gland. [hgh is synthetic version]. Igf-1 is produced by the liver under stimulus from sth; it's hormone similar in structure to Insulin & plays important role in childhood growth; also has anabolic effects in adults. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/growth_hormone http://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/insulin-like_growth_factor_1. ...Read more
Amino acid sequence: Hi. The human Insulin gene expressed and in solution unmodified is historically referred to a "Regular" insulin. When the gene sequence is rearranged, that puts non-native Amino Acids in various position of the Insulin protein, which gives the analog Insulin different pharmacokinetic properties that are more desirable in treating diabetes than the pharmacokinetics of Regular insulin. ...Read more
Test converts to Est: Testosterone can be converted to estrogen in the male. Some conversion is normal and desirable for optimal health. Excess conversion may cause gynecomastia (man boobs), mood swings and other problems. Excess conversion can be reduced with medication. If you are taking too much testosterone, excess conversion is very likely. ...Read more
Pituitary & thyroid: Hypopit patients are missing many or all of their pituitary hormones because of pituitary or hypothalamic damage. Growth hormone, lh/fsh, tsh, acth, adh, (vasopressin) etc. Hypopit patients often are hypothyroid because they can't make the thyroid stim hormone (tsh). People who are just hypothyroid can't make thyroid hormone because of thyroid damage. Tsh is high in such patients. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the difference between L-arginine and l citrulline and what are the benefits for me at 44yrs old.
Do not need either: Eating a balanced diet rich in vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts; low in saturated fats; no tobacco and no more than one drink a day and exercise 30 minutes each day for good health. The supplements you mention are only good for lightening your wallet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Voodoo: Spend your money on a real doctor. ...Read more
Polarity: Hi. Phospholipids (PLs) are polar, amphipathic molecules: part of the molecule loves a water environment and the other part loves an oily (non-water) environment. PLs are the main lipid component of cell membranes and the coats of lipoproteins. Triglycerides (fats, like butter, oils, lard) are hydrophobic and not soluble in water. PLs help create a hydrophobic environment for non-water soluble lip ...Read more
The branding...: These 2 compounds are basically similar; and some even come in the same formulation/powder; so you can make shakes from it to enhance your workouts. Companies like twin-labs; now foods, etc. All have their own...And my sage advice on questions like this is let the buyer beware! always ask your doctor before starting any new medication/supplement! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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