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    Insulin

    Some one advise me If we inject insule our pancreas stop making insulin in over body its that true...

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    this would be best in the insulin , hgh, peptides subforum.
    But yes, that is a risk of injecting exogenous insulin; if you use it too frequently/too long, the body starts to rely on it and stops producing its own (making you a diabetic)

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    I've never seen any evidence backing this idea.

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    I haven't seen clinical evidence, just anecdotal

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBJT200 View Post
    I haven't seen clinical evidence, just anecdotal
    And you know someone who used insulin for BBing purposes and is now a type I diabetic?
    Normally, diabetes is brought on by overworking the pancreas, not neglecting it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBJT200 View Post
    I haven't seen clinical evidence, just anecdotal
    Any other factors? Lifestyle, age, family history? Might just have been a crazy coincidence.

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