07-08-2004, 03:51 PM #1
Developing antibodies to exogenous HGH?
Here's a quote I've got on HGH, harvested from EF a while ago...
"Approximately one-third of all people taking synthetic HGH develop antibodies to it. These antibodies can be a threat to normal immune function as well as to the body's own supply of GH."
How true is this, if at all? Any research that can be quoted one way or another?
07-08-2004, 04:33 PM #2
Untrue. Developing antibodies to the 192aa form occurs in roughly 40-50% of people......the 191aa form (22kD) has virtually no potential to elicit an immune response.
Developing an immune response to GH will, though, have an effect on endo GH, almost assuredly.
07-08-2004, 08:47 PM #3
So which ones are 192aa and which are 191aa? How can one tell? Sounds like 192aa should be avoided like the Plague, then?
07-08-2004, 09:06 PM #4Originally Posted by johnsomebody
A welt after a subQ injection is fine, but a red welt shouldn't happen.
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