GH serum test might be faked with peptides?

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  • #2591

    Ruckman
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    Hey there everyone, I would really like to get an answer to that question I asked in my title. Is there someone who actually knows if a GH serum test is able to be faked with the peptides or maybe with some other substances? What I’m trying to say is… if you are injecting 10 iu and then later, like 3 hours later or so, you’re doing a blood work and you’re getting a GH level reading of like 15 to maybe up to 35 IU is that for sure that it is real GH or it is possible that this spike to be duplicated with something else like for example a peptide or some other substance? Thanks in advance for all the responses that I would get.

    #2592

    LoerronR
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    Well, that’s the exact reason as why most people do not actually trust a GH serum test alone and the reason why people are getting an IGF score done as well in addition to that test.

    #2595

    J0E
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    Umm, can you elaborate a little bit more on what you said, please? What I’m trying to say is that from as much as I know, the GH serum test should only measure the GH and the GH only, no?
    Well, in the time that the IGF 1 can be faked with the IGF1 LR3 as well as some other peptides out there or even hormones that do influence the IGF 1 levels.

    #2596

    LoerronR
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    well, not actually to be honest. I’m talking about this:

    Umm, can you elaborate a little bit more on what you said, please? What I’m trying to say is that from as much as I know, the GH serum test should only measure the GH and the GH only, no?

    The GH serum test isn’t actually looking for exogenous GH. In fact, you’re able to get a pretty large serum spike from the peptides and it is going to show up on your GH serum, however due to the fact that there are short pulses of the peptides, they do not actually raise your IGF levels too much. With this being said I think that the best way that you can do to test the GH it is to get a GH serum as well as IGF test in case they are both elevated then there’s a pretty good chance that your GH is real. And plus to that, I can also mention in regards to this:

    Well, in the time that the IGF 1 can be faked with the IGF1 LR3 as well as some other peptides out there or even hormones that do influence the IGF 1 levels.

    Once again, but, unfortunately, you’re being wrong again and that’s due to the fact that the LR3 is not going to show up on the IGF tests.

    #2597

    Ruckman
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    Once again, but, unfortunately, you’re being wrong again and that’s due to the fact that the LR3 is not going to show up on the IGF tests.

    Oh yeah, I completely do agree with this statement as this is correct. There are 2 completely different IGFs.

    #2602

    Harold
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    Well, look, I would say this… even though the serum test it is pretty accurate, the problem is that the human body it is not and that’s why the test results will vary pretty much on a day to another day while you’re on the exact same HGH dosage and HGH product each day.
    How ever no peptides or anything else I have found that is going to fool the test… in case you’re getting an elevated serum test then it should give you some kind of confidence that you are having HGH.

    #2606

    LoerronR
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    well, I can say that in Canada, pretty much all of the Canadian generic brands out there are all fakes and yet, some of them have shown elevated serum spikes. Now, I personally am not the one building those fake kits and that’s why I am not being sure what exactly is in them, however I am pretty sure that it is not GH. most of people are saying that they are actually peptides in them and since the test shows elevated serum spikes then peptides can actually fake the test showing elevated results whereas there aren’t any.

    #2607

    Harold
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    hey, could you tell me who’s test? I would really love to hear from them more and to post up some results as I would like to see it.
    When I have said it earlier some elevated serum tests, I have meant elevated as HGH is elevating them on a similar dosage and so, a person would need to establish a record and to know how they are expecting to test. Well, the standard reference range use to be anywhere between 0-2.9, it is currently where I test 0 to 10.
    A good serum on 10 ius 3 hours after the injection for an average person would be anywhere between 20 to 40 wide range, I do know that there are some that are falling beyond this range and this is not actually uncommon.
    And so, with all of this being said, if I were talking about a peptide that is able to elevate a HGH serum test, they may do it, I agree, but only to some degree, and definitely and in no way to do it in the degree that the HGH can do it. a peptide definitely cannot be passed off as HGH with a serum test and a little experience. The fact that it peptides can show a slightly different result than the one actually is that’s true, but not completely change the result.

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