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    Perscribed HGH Users...Need Info

    Good day bro's, My GF went to the doctors today for a check-up armed with all the good info on HGH and asked about a perscription. Her doctor said she had never had anyone ask for hgh before and is having her sent for some blood tests to find out what her hgh level is. The doc said if the levels are low she will refer my gf to a Endocrinology & Metabolism Specialist.
    Now my question is can one alter this test if possible to minimize your gh output and if so how?
    For those that have been perscribed hgh, what steps did you have to do before the doc gave you the go ahead?

    Thanks in advance for any input on this.

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    sure sounds like your gf wants HGH rather badly.They way your situation looks,your better off buying it through your source,it will be alot cheap than all the routes you have to take to get a script and when she does the dose for women is so low she'll be disappointed.

    To answer your other Q,blood work was all that was needed for me to get a script.

    good luck

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    She can stay up all night the night before her blood work is done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyB
    She can stay up all night the night before her blood work is done.

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    True ..and drink and smoke pot also

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    Thanks for that DB. She is not really sure if this is what she wants or not but she has had a bout with cancer 3 years ago that took alot out of her, she is past that now but is still pretty weak. I have been trying to work on her strength for sometime and she doesn't seem to be getting anywhere. Her weight is fine and everything just very tired and weak so we figured it might be something to work with for a short term depending on the results.

    Bump for more input..

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    does this happen alot

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    Bro HGH isn't for the short term, it's for the long haul. Some results could take up to 6 months.

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    Thanks JohnnyB.
    She's just going to do the test and see how it goes.
    Her doc is pretty good just not used to the HGH question hence the blood test then refferal to Endocrinology & Metabolism Specialist.
    In Canada you need to be reffered by your regular GP for specialist but its all covered.

    Thanks bro's.

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    Go see an anti-aging doc and skip the referral route through you GP. Insurance is not going to cover it anyway. Prices for prescription GH are coming down. I recently went from $15/iu to $8/iu

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    Quote Originally Posted by letmein
    Go see an anti-aging doc and skip the referral route through you GP. Insurance is not going to cover it anyway. Prices for prescription GH are coming down. I recently went from $15/iu to $8/iu
    That's a big drop.

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    I hope that's a gym price because I can't ever think of paying $8/iu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by letmein
    Go see an anti-aging doc and skip the referral route through you GP. Insurance is not going to cover it anyway. Prices for prescription GH are coming down. I recently went from $15/iu to $8/iu
    I am waiting on results of BT before starting my HGH but its looking rather certain. In checking around, I see prices mostly about $14/IU. Where are you getting $8/IU.

    On the other hand, reliable "source" who doesnt require prescription sells this jinotropin for $3.50 a IU, have to get 100 IU's. How does this compare to Saizen? Is 100 IU's a lot like will it go bad before you use it all? Doc is saying start me on 1 to 1.5 IU a day and see how that does before bumping up if at all but this is with saizen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dizzle
    I hope that's a gym price because I can't ever think of paying $8/iu.
    I think he's talking about these HRT sites.

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    re insurance wont cover

    Quote Originally Posted by letmein
    Go see an anti-aging doc and skip the referral route through you GP. Insurance is not going to cover it anyway. Prices for prescription GH are coming down. I recently went from $15/iu to $8/iu
    If you see an anti aging doc and they precribe the GH why would it not be covered? I would think if you have the script you can use your drug card if you have one. My prescription drug cards site shows GH as a covered drug.

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    I sure your doctor knows what he is doing but If I had cancer a few years ago there is no way I would ever use hgh. My family has a high occurance of cancer, so high that the university of Utah (huntsman cancer institute) does research on our family. I my nine yr old sister died from it and now my 22 year old siser has brain and breast cancer.

    There is a genetic defect in our family (p53 gene is mutated) I do not have the mutation but please be carefull because hgh will help new cells to develope including malignant cells.

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    This may be a bit late. Before using HGH, she must be ABSOLUTELY SURE that there is no residual tumor. HGH will accelerate the growth of malignant tissue.

    In fact malignancy is one of the medical contraindications for HGH.

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbmd1111 View Post
    This may be a bit late. Before using HGH, she must be ABSOLUTELY SURE that there is no residual tumor. HGH will accelerate the growth of malignant tissue.

    In fact malignancy is one of the medical contraindications for HGH.

    Good luck!
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