... for almost 2 months then stopped. Now I am worried about the growth hormone secreting/IGF-1 increasing properties that both products share since I am exhibiting some definite hair & overall extra growth seemingly synonymous to acromegaly symptoms, is it possible I could now have a benign growth hormone secreting tumor? (I have also now recently been taking a phytosterol complex with beta-sitosterol to lower cholesterol, which I am now finding out can convert to Boldenone, an anabolic steroid,,, in your system and wonder if that has something to do with all this too)
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