Human Growth Hormone
Human Growth Hormone Side Effects
As growth hormone is naturally produced in the human body, the side effects of HGH treatment are rare. Generally, these side effects are caused by taking higher-than-recommended doses of HGH over longer-than-recommended periods of time. However, HGH has been known to occasionally cause:
Hypoglycemia is the opposite of diabetes. In people with diabetes, their bodies do not produce an adequate amount of insulin, leading to dangerously high glucose levels. People with hypoglycemia have too much insulin, leading to too low glucose levels. Because HGH increases the level of insulin in your body, some people have suffered from hypoglycemia after taking HGH drugs.
Acromeglia is a disease that causes abnormal bone growth. HGH cannot cause acromeglia, but it can speed up the progression of the disease in people predisposed to it.
When used as a bodybuilding drug, HGH can cause a bodybuilder to have an extended belly if the drug is not used as directed. However, this defect is rare in users who take the drug as directed.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by a pinched nerve in the wrist. It can lead to loss of hand movement. HGH has been known to cause carpal tunnel syndrome in users who do not take the drug as directed.
Because of its ability to cause growth in a person’s body, some users report joint pain while taking HGH. This side effect is usually temporary.
SIDE EFFECTS – HOW TO MANAGE THEM
While HGH for the most part is well tolerated, there are some side effects that can occur. The biggest and most common side effect is bloating and joint pain. The chances of getting these can be minimized or even eliminated by utilizing the ramp up method discussed above.
If you are younger than your late 20’s, it would be very wise to enter an HGH cycle under the guidance of an MD, who can monitor and confirm whether your growth plates have fused. While abnormal bone growth with HGH use is not common, if used at the wrong point in your body’s development, it could cause disproportionate growth.
If you have a history of cancer or other tumors (at any age), it would be wise to get a complete checkup and be monitored by an MD to make sure that there are no active tumors before your HGH cycle. While HGH (and IGF-1) won’t cause cancer or tumors, they can create an environment that can allow already existing, active tumors to grow at an accelerated rate.
Beyond this, there really isn’t anything specific that you would HAVE to take with HGH. There are supplements that you could take for specific conditions that are possible with HGH use. The way people react to HGH is a pretty individual thing. Some people get very little suppression of any kind, others don’t see any gains from adding HGH because of significant enough suppression of one kind or another. Here’s a general rundown of a few of the bigger ones.
For the slight thyroid suppression that is possible:
conservative – take nothing
moderate – t-100x, bladderwrack, coleus forskolin, selinium, zinc, chromium, copper
aggressive – T3 at a dose of 12.5 – 25 mcgs per day
For the insulin resistance that is possible:
conservative – 300mg of Alpha Lipoic Acid and 200 – 300mcgs of Chromium Piccinolate
moderate – 15mg of Actos – a prescription med to increase insulin sensitivity, Glucophage or Metformin to dispose of excess glucose and increase uptake in muscles.
aggressive – add a few IU’s of insulin to your HGH cycle
For healthy test levels to best utilize HGH
conservative – do nothing
moderate – use Tongkat or Tribulus
aggressive – add 200-300 milligrams (or more) of testosterone weekly to your HGH cycle
For protection against prostate growth
conservative – do nothing
moderate – use Saw Palmetto (approx 2000mg)
aggressive – use Proscar or equivalent
For those that have a problem with breast tissue growth while on HGH
For those that suffer from this, there is a difference of opinion as to the cause. In the presence of adequate estrogen, HGH can prompt growth or breast tissue. Others theorize that HGH can raise prolactin levels, which can prompt breast growth.
The current consensus seems to be that the best approach for those with this problem is twofold – Take 200mg of B6 (or Bromo if B6 is not sufficient) and also use 20-40mg of Tamoxifen (Nolva) to control this. This is a pretty rare condition, but I have talked with more than a few bros that have reported problems of late.
Once again, I wouldn’t say that all of these are necessary for everyone. I would use these supplements as needed to correct whatever conditions that arise with your HGH use. As stated above, reaction to HGH (and just about anything else we use) is very individual.
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