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Human Growth Hormone Injections

Human Growth Hormone has been used as a prescription injection since 1985. It is available as a synthetic substance, as well as a human derived substance. In some countries, Human Growth Hormone is deceased humans.  If you are interested in Human Growth Hormone injections, ask you doctore whether or not the hormone to be injected is a synthetic substance or taken from a deceased human.

Are HGH Injections A Good Fit For You?

Synthetic and human derived Human Growth Hormone injections work well. They reduce the appearance of wrinkles, take away belly fat, build lean muscle mass, improve your mood and physically turn the clock back. When taken properly under a doctor's supervision, many people see great results.

Although Human Growth Hormone is often touted as a miracle hormone it is not a good “fit for everyone.

Side effects of Human Growth Hormone

One of the biggest side effects of Human Growth Hormone injections is acromegaly. Acromegaly occurs when there is oo much growth hormone in the body. When there is too much growth hormone in the body, body tissues gradually enlarge to alarming size. This can lead to an overgrowth of many of the vital organs, as well as a significant increase in hair and bone tissue. If not treated properly, acromegaly can lead to death.

Another major side effect associated with Human Growth Hormone injection therapy is a reaction at the injection site. The skin at the injection site can become painful, and swollen. If this happens, contact your doctor immediately.

Cost of Human Growth Hormone Injections

Human Growth Hormone injections are very expensive. Injections can cost between $5,000 and $50,000 a year depending what country you are in and where in the world you are receiving the injections.

Human Growth Hormone Injections Can Worsen Some Medical Conditions

Injected Human Growth Hormone is a strong hormonal “fix”. If you have a predisposition toward carpal tunnel or psoriasis you could experience an immediate worsening of symptoms. You should not use Human Growth Hormone if you have any issues with your pituitary gland.

Human Growth Hormone for increased muscle mass

If you use Human Growth Hormone as a muscle enhancer, you have to keep exercising because Human Growth Hormone will bulk up the muscle, but not necessarily strengthen it. It is important that you work constantly at exercising to make use of this newly developed muscle mass or you can achieve some strange changes to your physique including enlarged feet, a jutting brow bone or spacing between the teeth.

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