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    bbray is offline New Member
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    Sermorelin Protocol

    When I started TRT I was offered Sermorelin. It was a little more money than I had wanted to spend so I decided to hold off. But after having pretty good success with my TRT protocol so far, I decided to give it a shot for a couple of months to see how I felt on it.

    I read about it quit a bit on several forums and I noticed while some people had great results, others(most in fact) were usually disappointed. Granted most of them had used HGH before and I got the impression they were basing their distaste of it on a direct comparison to straight HGH. I did, however, gather that most of them felt that GHRP-6 coupled with the Sermorelin was necessary to get the most out of it. So I asked my doc if I could get the Sermorelin with GHRP-6 and he said he had no problem with it so that's what I am going to be using.

    I start treatment tomorrow night. SubQ injections nightly. I'll keep you all posted on my response to it which I feel that I am an objective test subject being that I have never used HGH. And there really isn't that much that I could find on it as far as people actually posting their own results. Mostly, it was just people giving their opinions without actually trying it. So I hope to give you all the benefit of getting first hand, objective testimony...which is something I felt I did not get.

    Oh, and my IGF-1 on my first lab was 206.

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    I am interested in hearing your results. This is a less expensive way to boost HGH.

    I've read that CJC-1295 w/o DAC is better though, since it is double the half-life but still pulses HGH. I'm not sure why so many are against CJC-1295 DAC. They claim the pulse is necessary in males and unpulsed, constant HGH bleed is better for females. But I haven't found if pulsing or bleeding is better for anti-aging.

    I have been considering trying out a CJC-1295/GHRP-2 (seems GHRP-6 boots the old appetite too and I don't need that).

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    My clinic started pushing Semorelin Acetate (aka Geref) not too long ago, and I opted not to try it because of it's cost and the fact that there was very little information out there on how good or bad it is. To me it's just an easier way of pushing anti-aging for clinics while not having to deal with the scrutiny they get for writing HGH scripts. They still charge pretty outrageous prices for it though.

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    GotNoBlueMilk is offline Knowledgeable Member
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    The stuff is pretty reasonable as a research chemical.

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    Been 3 months!!! What are the results if you're still alive!!! Lol

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    Yes, it has been over 3 months now. I cannot give my IGF-1 number as I have not had that tested recently. So I'll just give my opinion based on how I felt and any physical changes I believe I experienced due to the Sermorelin-GHRP-6.

    First, I would like to have tried the Sermorelin without the GHRP-6 but only for the reason that GHRP-6 made me insanely hungry. I gave up trying to fight it and just let myself eat before bed. But when I say eat I don't mean a piece of fruit or bowl of cottage cheese. I mean I wasn't satisfied until after 4 apples, 2 peaches, some peanut butter and cottage cheese(yes, I actually ate that much all in one sitting almost every night).

    Other than that the result have been pretty good. I've lost a lot of fat, had significant muscle gain, and energy levels seem to be good. Keep in mind that I started TRT only about 2-3 weeks before, so a lot of the gains were due to that as well. Where I saw the most noticeable results that I do contribute to the sermo-ghrp - memory and skin. My memory has been very sharp. In my mind it's like I gained a few IQ points. Second, my skin became really smooth and more elastic. My wife has commented several times how much "younger" I look now. Being that I'm only 33 that must be quite a change.

    Other than hunger I can't say that I have had any negative sides.

    I'm going off the sermo-ghrp in a few days and I'll let you know if any of the good things that I've experienced go away. That should be the key indicator that it was not just the test/HCG . I'll report back either way.

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    Try GHRP-2 or Imporelin. It is the same potency as 6 except does not cause hunger!

    Also what are you doses. 100mcg of each? Also interested in your post IGF-1 levels.
    Last edited by Brohim; 11-18-2011 at 11:51 PM.

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    I'm starting Sermorelin by itself soon. Dosage please!!!

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    I am on my 10th week of Serm Forte Plus. (GHRP-6 added) With Test and Deca stack. Used GH for 5 years before so IGF levels over 200. Dose is .20ml but I couldnt hack that much...immediate hypoglu***ic feeling, sweats and exhaustion.. Kinda like an insulin shot. Switched to .10-.15 Morning injection after breakfast and much better. I feel its worked decent and I have kept HGH type vascularity and leanness. Interested in any others experience with the peptide.

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    bbray, damn, I thought you were the PERFECT guiny pig until you mentioned that you just recently started TRT 2-3 weeks earlier. Thank you for mentioning that as I think it may be difficult to really determine how useful the semorlin was? Just poiting this out because the only thing from stopping me is the 400 dollars per month and was told you need to commit for minimim 6 months to see reults. Actually my clinic will only sell it in 6 month dosages. Big investment if there isnt much difference?? I am interested in others expeience with this as well?

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    Considering doing some research with the serm + ghrp2. Any more feedback since you've been off it? Thx

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