Is human growth hormone really bad with antibiotics?

No interaction. These two medication groups normally do not interact with one another. Not sure what medical condition u are treating with hgh. Be cautious. Antibiotics to treat an infection should be completely finished. You should make sure the prescribing md is aware of both medications.
No. Furthermore, the route of admintration is different as gh is injected subcutaneously whereas antibiotics are usually by mout, IV or intra muscular.

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Is it ok to take antibiotics while on serostim (human growth hormone)?

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Yes, absolutely. Hi. Taking growth hormone replacement for growth hormone deficiency has no influence or bearing on taking antibiotics for a bacterial infection. As an aside, your doctor or pharmacist could have answered this for you quickly and easily. Good luck! Read more...

Are there any bad side effects for a woman from injecting human growth hormone?

Yes. It's a serious drug and needs to be appropriately taken under supervision of a physician. Some side effects of growth hormone are: brain bleed, pancreatitis, diabetes, hypothyroidism. Swelling, joint pain, muscle pain, headache, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, liver enzymes elevations, breast swelling, weakness... Read more...
Clinical indication. If your clinical indication for gh replacemt is no longer valid or is valid but on supra physiological dosing, you may the potential develop side effects (such ad headaches, fluid retension, elevated glucose level). I urge you talk with the physician who prescribed it for you. Good luck. Read more...

Is it bad to not aspirate when subq injecting? I'm using a genotropin (human growth hormone) goquick pen and there's no way to aspirate, what's the worst that can happen?

Not necessary. In general, the purpose of aspirating is to detect if the needle tip is in a blood vessel. If it is, the needle can be moved slightly to avoid an injection into the bloodstream. If you are using an injection technique of pinching the skin and underlying tissue (shown on Genotropin (human growth hormone) web site), the blood vessels will be compressed while injecting. That should prevent injection into the bloodstream. Read more...

Is humatrope (human growth hormone) bad on your heart?

Do you need it? Hgh is only safe for adult patients who are growth hormone deficient by virtue of an endocrinologist-interpreted stimulation test. This is rare in adults. Increasing growth factors surreptitiously is otherwise known to cause cancer, diabetes, heart disease, acromegaly, etc. Even in patients with known gh deficiency, growth factors are carefully monitored on treatment. Read more...

Are human growth hormone supplements bad if not abused. Just in moderation even for sports or gym purposes?

You should. Never take anything you don't need. These drugs have medical uses and should only be used to treat specific conditions. No matter when they are used, side effects can occur. If your body does not truly need these, you are only taking a risk. Read more...
Why bother? They're pricey, they're cheating, and they offer little benefit unless you want to end up grotesquely muscled. Whoever's trying to sell you this is probably claiming benefits that it cannot deliver. Why not be able to tell everyone, truthfully, "This is entirely natural." Read more...

Is human growth hormone really a steroid?

While no... Hgh is not a steroid, but a peptide hormone produced by the pituatary gland. It does have potent anabolic properties which are synergistic with anabolic steroids, ie. Testosterone. It is widely used by professional athletes in every sport, because it can only be detected using a blood test., not a urine test. So it has complementary actions with steroids, albeit illegal in sports! Read more...
No, But Legally Yes. Human growth hormone is a peptide that is 191 Amino Acids long and it is not a steroid. Legally it has been classified with steriods for prosecutorial reasons. Hgh is one of the few drugs in the pdr where off-label use has been crimalized. This means one must have the symptoms associated with hgh deficiency and fail a growth hormone stimulation test....Twice. Read more...

Is it true that the synthetic human growth hormone really help you grow? |

Yes. It seems to be true but is expensive and as with all treatments it can come with some risk at 37 years old all of your growth in height is at an end so it will not change that. Read more...
Depends. It is not like gasoline you put in your car. To grow taller your growth centers must be open and ready for HGH to work. If you are a short 10 yo with HGH deficiency, this can help. However growth centers close in females around 15-17 and males 16-18. Once closed, they do not reopen. The $ 10K/yr + cost would not be a good investment for someone your age. Read more...

Is human growth hormone really glycosylated?

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