i am a sports man.. using stanazol,, deca durabolin,, testasterone deponate,,, and trenabolone... so how i can use genotropin for power and stamina enhancement
HCG is human chorionic gonadotropin. It is not the same as genotropin which is human growth hormone. They are totally different things. I dont know which one you are planning to use but you are really messing your body up. Adding growth hormone when one is not deficient can cause all kinds of bad side effects, one of which is cancer. It may reduce fat and build lean muscle but at what price? Your genitals will shrink, you will become bald early in life and likely die of cancer using all this crap you are sticking into yourself! It is debatable as to whether or not it improves athletic performance. It is also illegal to buy and sell this stuff (unless you are a patient deficient in growth hormone and under the care of an endocrinologist) You are REALLY playing with fire and for what? Genotropin wont make you stronger and wont increase your stamina. If you want to increase your OWN GH then look into ways to do it naturally instead of injecting crap into your body that you will regret later in life. (Besides, much of what you find out there is counterfeit or not able to be used by the body) Here is what Mayo Clinic has to say:
What can human growth hormone do for otherwise healthy adults?
Studies of healthy adults taking human growth hormone are limited. Although it appears that human growth hormone injections can increase muscle mass and reduce the amount of body fat in healthy older adults, the increase in muscle doesn't translate into increased strength. It isn't clear if human growth hormone may provide other benefits to healthy adults. Human growth hormone may cause a number of side effects for healthy adults, including:
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Swelling in the arms and legs
For men, enlargement of breast tissue (gynecomastia)
Human growth hormone may also contribute to conditions such as diabetes and heart disease.
Some research suggests that side effects of human growth hormone treatments may be more likely in older adults than in younger adults. Because the studies of healthy adults taking human growth hormone have been short term, it isn't clear whether the side effects could eventually dissipate or become worse.
Now per Web MD: Some people turn to a substance called human growth hormone (HGH) in hopes that it will keep them feeling and looking youthful. But experts say that hope is unfounded. And worse, these products can be harmful.
HGH, produced by the pituitary gland, spurs growth in children and adolescents. It also helps to regulate body composition, body fluids, muscle and bone growth, sugar and fat metabolism, and possibly heart function. Produced synthetically, HGH is the active ingredient in a number of prescription drugs and in other products available widely over the Internet.
HGH Uses and Abuses
Synthetic human growth hormone was developed in 1985 and approved by the FDA for specific uses in children and adults. In children, HGH injections are approved for treating short stature of unknown cause as well as poor growth due to a number of medical causes, including:
Turner's syndrome, a genetic disorder that affects a girl's development.
Prader-Willi syndrome, an uncommon genetic disorder causing poor muscle tone, low levels of sex hormones, and a constant feeling of hunger.
Chronic kidney insufficiency.
HGH deficiency or insufficiency.
Children born small for gestational age.
In adults, approved uses of HGH include:
Short bowel syndrome, a condition in which nutrients are not properly absorbed due to severe intestinal disease or the surgical removal of a large portion of the small intestine.
HGH deficiency due to rare pituitary tumors or their treatment.
Muscle-wasting disease associated with HIV/AIDS.
But the most common uses for HGH are not FDA-approved. Some people use the hormone, along with other performance-enhancing drugs such as anabolic steroids, to build muscle and improve athletic performance. Yet HGH's effect on athletic performance is unknown.
Because the body's HGH levels naturally decrease with age, some so-called antiaging experts have speculated and claimed that HGH products could reverse age-related bodily deterioration. But these claims, too, are unproven. The use of HGH for antiaging is not FDA-approved.
Nevertheless, some people obtain injectable HGH from doctors who prescribe it for off-label purposes (uses for which it was not approved by the FDA) and through Internet pharmacies, antiaging clinics, and web sites.
Others purchase HGH products -- or products that claim to increase your body's own production of HGH -- in the form of pills and sprays. Companies that market these products on TV infomercials or online claim they turn back your body's biological clock, reducing fat, building muscle, restoring hair growth and color, strengthening the immune system, normalizing blood sugar, increasing energy and improving sex life, sleep quality, vision, and memory. However, the Federal Trade Commission has seen no reliable evidence to support the claim that these products have the same effects as prescription HGH, which is always given by injection. Taken orally, HGH is digested by the stomach before it can be absorbed into the body.
HGH Side Effects and Other Hazards
Possible side effects of HGH use include:
nerve, muscle, or joint pain
swelling due to fluid in the body's tissues (edema)
carpal tunnel syndrome
numbness and tingling of the skin
high cholesterol levels
HGH can also increase the risk of diabetes and contribute to the growth of cancerous tumors.
Furthermore, if you get the drug illicitly, you may not know what you are really getting. Because of the high cost, HGH drugs have been counterfeited. If you are not getting HGH from your doctor, you may be getting an unapproved product.
You also should speak with your doctor before considering any form of HGH.
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