should I take hgh based on my results?
Written by MokaBun on . Posted in
October 8, 2018 at 11:31 am #4070
Hey there, could you help… I am now wondering if I can expect any benefits from the hgh or GHRP 6 in case my IGF 1 levels have already surpassed the top range levels and I did not even started to intermittent fasting (which, by the way, I did have tried it 2 years ago and I am going to do it once again. With all of this being said, here are my current results – IGF 1 is 260 uG/ l (as I have been said, normally is anywhere between 88 and 260); the IGFBP 3 is 5.5 mg/ L (as I have been said, normally it is anywhere between 2.61 and 6) and lastly, my insulin level is 3.5 mE / L ( and as I was said, normally it is between 2 and 29).
Also, I need to mention here that I have done it 4 years ago and back then I have had some very similar results. The blood sugar is all fine. The only thing that I’m thinking about is the insulin level as I’m not very sure if it should be any higher as it seems to be in the lower range. Got to mention that I am eating anywhere between 250 and 300 g of carbs per day, however I’m mainly getting it from brown rice, from oats and potatoes as I’m excluding white bread and sugars, completely, from my diet.
I’m now thinking that I need to take it for better recovery and for better immunity due to the fact that I am having some issues with my health and I need to somehow do it. need to mention here that I have been really tired all the time, continuously, for the last years lately. The thyroid and the adrenals results are looking just fine, plus to that, the T levels are normal as well, most likely the cause it is being compromised immune system which has been caused by viral infection. The doctors are not being able to help me as much as it seems, and this is the reason why I need to search for a solution for this on my own, all alone. For this reason I came here trying to get some help and I really hope I am going to get some.
Not sure if this would say anything, but I’m a male (I am guessing this is obvious) and I’m 33 years old. With all of this from above being said, do you think that adding a little bit of extra HGH or some GHRP 6 in case my igf-1 levels are already being high dangerous, do you think that I could, somehow, expect getting any extra benefits? Plus, I am also going to start with some intermittent fasting once again and I think so because the last time I have done it I was feeling much better the time I was doing it. I think that this is most likely going to push insulin be even lower and the iGF 1 be even higher and I’m afraid this would happen. And plus to that, I am not very sure if this thought about adding HGH or GHRP 6 is going to make any sense for me.
Thank you very much for any comments, help and advices.October 8, 2018 at 12:23 pm #4072
Well, it very much depends on what you’re actually trying to get / achieve by doing it and it depends on both – subjectively and quantitatively in the terms of the IGF. To be honest, that is a great baseline that I could mention here. honestly talking, I would consider myself being really lucky in order to get such result on 3 iu of GH per day.
Now, I can guess that in case you would have said that you wanted to run the 6 iu per day or anything higher than that, and your goals/ stats would have been in line, then, to be honest, I could really see doing it. but if you’re not thinking about it then you are pretty much set with your baseline.
In the end, I really hope that you’re going to feel fine and that you’re going to reach your goals. Best wishes. Hopefully this post would help you.
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