HGH sides good or bad?

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  • So I have been on gh for a little over 3 weeks now. I am curious if the sides everyone talks about is something you strive or if they are just something that lets you know its real. I started at 2iu’s. Went up to 2.5. On training days I will do 3. I have noticed the carpal tunnel and hand swelling for sure. Usually pinning first thing in the morning. Yesterday I decided to switch it up and go 1.5 when I woke up and another 1.5 around 6pm before I hit the gym. Going that route I noticed that the sides I have been experiencing weren’t as strong. So I guess my question is do you feel that experiencing the side effects are a good thing as long as they aren’t hindering your workouts? Like a no pain no gain type of deal? Or does it not matter? I have to admit yesterday when I split the doses I kind of missed that feeling in my hands and wrists.

    A few other things I have noticed so far. I seem to be a lot hungrier. I feel like I run a lot hotter too, seems like I am always on the verge of sweating if I am not already. Sleep has been fucking amazing. I still suck at golf - for some reason I thought it would help me out mentally with my golf game. It did not (yes, I am an idiot).

  • It’s proven that sides could very well be a sign of good hgh, go read the side effects data on serostim. Probably not always a sign of great hgh. I have good hgh with bloodwork backing up its legitimacy and get some sides.

  • [quote=“TiredandHot” pid=‘61135’ dateline=‘1563317625’]
    It’s proven that sides could very well be a sign of good hgh, go read the side effects data on serostim. Probably not always a sign of great hgh. I have good hgh with bloodwork backing up its legitimacy and get some sides.
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    How does it effect your bloodwork? Do you test your IGF-1? How much has it raised (base line vs IGF-1 on HGH)?

    I am curious because I am on TRT through a clinic and have to submit blood work every 6 months. I want to use HGH but I am too paranoid it will effect my bloodwork and compromise my program.

    thanks for sharing your insight on the matter

  • [quote=“unclecurley” pid=‘61138’ dateline=‘1563318421’]
    [quote=“TiredandHot” pid=‘61135’ dateline=‘1563317625’]
    It’s proven that sides could very well be a sign of good hgh, go read the side effects data on serostim. Probably not always a sign of great hgh. I have good hgh with bloodwork backing up its legitimacy and get some sides.
    [/quote]

    How does it effect your bloodwork? Do you test your IGF-1? How much has it raised (base line vs IGF-1 on HGH)?

    I am curious because I am on TRT through a clinic and have to submit blood work every 6 months. I want to use HGH but I am too paranoid it will effect my bloodwork and compromise my program.

    thanks for sharing your insight on the matter
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    I personally haven’t gotten bloods myself, but one or two users on meso have and have high igf. But yeah, igf test would show it. If you have to get igf tested on your bloods, quit 4 weeks before. Hgh won’t affect testosterone levels.

  • The term “side effect” is almost always associated with negative aspects.

    The carpal tunnel and sleepiness fuckin sucks, it’s just the price you pay for the positive effects of HGH

  • [quote=“TiredandHot” pid=‘61139’ dateline=‘1563318868’]
    [quote=“unclecurley” pid=‘61138’ dateline=‘1563318421’]
    [quote=“TiredandHot” pid=‘61135’ dateline=‘1563317625’]
    It’s proven that sides could very well be a sign of good hgh, go read the side effects data on serostim. Probably not always a sign of great hgh. I have good hgh with bloodwork backing up its legitimacy and get some sides.
    [/quote]

    How does it effect your bloodwork? Do you test your IGF-1? How much has it raised (base line vs IGF-1 on HGH)?

    I am curious because I am on TRT through a clinic and have to submit blood work every 6 months. I want to use HGH but I am too paranoid it will effect my bloodwork and compromise my program.

    thanks for sharing your insight on the matter
    [/quote]
    I personally haven’t gotten bloods myself, but one or two users on meso have and have high igf. But yeah, igf test would show it. If you have to get igf tested on your bloods, quit 4 weeks before. Hgh won’t affect testosterone levels.
    [/quote]

    exactly, my clinic tests my IGF-1 annoying… so I feel a little defeated, is it worth running for 4-5 months at a time? I heard it doesn’t really get good until month 6…

  • [quote=“unclecurley” pid=‘61178’ dateline=‘1563332108’]
    [quote=“TiredandHot” pid=‘61139’ dateline=‘1563318868’]
    [quote=“unclecurley” pid=‘61138’ dateline=‘1563318421’]
    [quote=“TiredandHot” pid=‘61135’ dateline=‘1563317625’]
    It’s proven that sides could very well be a sign of good hgh, go read the side effects data on serostim. Probably not always a sign of great hgh. I have good hgh with bloodwork backing up its legitimacy and get some sides.
    [/quote]

    How does it effect your bloodwork? Do you test your IGF-1? How much has it raised (base line vs IGF-1 on HGH)?

    I am curious because I am on TRT through a clinic and have to submit blood work every 6 months. I want to use HGH but I am too paranoid it will effect my bloodwork and compromise my program.

    thanks for sharing your insight on the matter
    [/quote]
    I personally haven’t gotten bloods myself, but one or two users on meso have and have high igf. But yeah, igf test would show it. If you have to get igf tested on your bloods, quit 4 weeks before. Hgh won’t affect testosterone levels.
    [/quote]

    exactly, my clinic tests my IGF-1 annoying… so I feel a little defeated, is it worth running for 4-5 months at a time? I heard it doesn’t really get good until month 6…
    [/quote]
    I think 4 to 5 months is worth it. Try it.

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