What you Need to Know About Prescription HGH Therapy

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What you Need to Know About Prescription HGH Therapy

Did you know prescription HGH therapy is only legitimate way to legally get growth hormone therapy?

That is just one of the many facts about growth hormone treatments you need to know!

Here is another thing, the only way to take real growth hormone is by injection. If any store, magazine add or website is trying to sell you any kind of HGH or growth hormones without a doctor’s prescription, or it is in anything besides an injectable form, it is not real Human Growth Hormone.

You must understand this perfectly clear, there is only one way to legally get real Growth Hormone therapy, and that is to see a skilled hormone therapy doctor.

It is true any medical doctor offer prescription HGH therapy. But, not all doctors who offer prescription HGH therapy are alike.

If you think you may benefit from growth hormone therapy, it is best that you get your HGH prescription from a doctor who specializes in hormone replacement therapy. You also want a doctor who is not only experienced, but one that is willing to treat you as an individual.

Who Can Benefit from Prescription HGH Therapy?

prescription hgh therapyIf you are between the ages of 35- 55 and feeling tired, depressed, gaining weight and facing sexual wellness issues, it is good chance that you could benefit from prescription HGH therapy.

However, if you complain about these things to your family doctor, or general practitioner, do not be surprised if he or she tells you – “you are just getting older, deal with it.”

That is because general practitioners are not as familiar with the many benefits of HGH and hormone therapy as are our HRT doctors and age-management professionals.

We will not only listen to your complaints, we understand them. We can give you the proper tests to determine if HGH or other hormone imbalances are at the root of your troubles, and prescribe a course of hormone therapies that can get you back on the road to vitality!

Is Prescription HGH Therapy Safe?

Actual growth hormone injections are a true medical procedure. However, many of the stories you may have heard about the “dangers” of growth hormone therapy, all have to do with the illegal use, or abuse of HGH.

If you are obtaining prescription HGH therapy through a qualified and experienced HGH doctors like ours, growth hormone is generally safe and low risk.

What you Need to Know About Prescription HGH TherapyRemember, the goal of growth hormone therapy is to bring your levels of HGH back into what is normal for you. There is very little risk in that, we are merely replacing what time and nature has taken away.

When you were younger and in your prime, your level of growth hormone was very high. But soon after you are “full grown” your HGH levels star to dip significantly. This drop affects your body and your general health in many ways. Properly administered HGH therapy is designed to be a safe and effective way to address the shortage.

Hundreds of our patients, men and women just like you, can attest to the positive outcomes they have had with HGH therapy, with little or no discomfort or side effects.

Results of Growth Hormone Therapy

Prescription HGH therapy can have amazing results because it has a powerful influence in the body. Ongoing medical supervision is required by law and is a matter of common sense if you are using growth hormone as part of an overall wellness and hormone optimization program.

At the beginning of your HGH therapy, you may be tested every 4 to 8 weeks or less, in order to determine if more growth hormone is needed. Your growth hormone levels should increase within 8 weeks.

At HealthGAINS, we provide prescription HGH therapy within the context of overall hormone management; medical supervision will also determine how your testosterone (men), estrogen and progesterone (women), and other hormone levels are responding to replacement therapy.

Of course, as with any medical procedure, your individual results may vary depending on your age, gender, and general medical condition. However, you should expect a generally safe, and positive experience from your HGH therapy.

Have you, or anyone you know ever tried a hormone therapy, what were the results?

Start the conversation below.

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  1. Richard Smith
    Posted February 26, 2016 at 5:59 pm | Permalink

    I AM A 58 YEAR OLD MALE. ABOUT 20 YEARS AGO MY TESTOSTERONE LEVELS WERE LOW AND MY DOCTOR TREATED ME WITH SOMETHING THAT WAS PUT ON MY SHOULDERS. ABOUT TEN YEARS AGO MY LEVEL DROPPED AGAIN TO 150. I WAS PUT ON TESTOSTERONE CYP 200 MG/ML AND WAS TO INJECT 1ML MONTHLY. A YEAR LATER IT DROPPED TO 100 AND THEY UPPED ME TTO TWO INJECTIONS PER MONTH. THEN ABOUT 5 YEARS AGO IT DROPPED TO 78 AND SINCE THEN I HAVE BEEN INJECTING 1ML EVERY WEEK. DURING THIS PERIOD I DEVELOPED TYPE II DIABETES. BUT, I HAVE EATEN PROPERLY ANDD LOST 30 POUNDS AND MY 1AC DROPPED FROM 7.6 TO 7.1. IN ADDITION SINCE 2010 I HAVE HAD A KNEE REPLACED, FELL OFF OF A LADDER AND FRACTURED MY GLENOID BONE. I NEEDED A SECCOND SURGERY BECAUSE TWO SCREWS CAME OUT AND ONE WAS PUSHING ON A NERVE AND THE OTHER WAS TEARING INTO MY ROTATOR CUFF. I NOW NEED A COMPLETE SHOULDER REPLACEMENT SURGERY. I HAD AN MRI IN DECEMBER ON MY CERVICAL SPINE. BETWEEN C3 AND C7 I HAVE TWO DISCS THAT FUSED THEMSELVES TOGETHER. I HAVE A BULGING DISC AND MY SPINAL STENOSIS AND DEGENERATIVE DISC DISEASE HAS GOTTEN WORSE. I WILL NEED SURGERY ON MY CERVICAL SPINE. I TAKE ANTI-DEPRESSANTS , BUT I AM STILL DEPRESSED AND HAVE NO ENERGY. I RARELY GET AN ERECTION AND WHEN I DO I CAN’T MAINTAIN IT. I CAN’T TELL YOU THE LAST TIME I HAD SEX. I KEEP HAVING MY TESTOSTERONE THERAPY INCREASED WHILE MY FREE TESTOSTERONE LEVEL KEEPS DROPPING. I WANT A WOMAN IN MY LIFE, BUT I AM TOO NERVOUS TO DATE ONE BECAUSE OF MY FEAR OF NOT BEING ABLE TO GET AND MAINTAIN AN ERECTION. MY DOCTOR TOLD ME IF I KEEP DOING WHAT I AM AND LOSE ANOTHER 10 TO 15 POUNDS I MIGHT BE ABLE TO BE TAKEN OFF OF MY DIABEETES MEDICINE. BUT, I DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO ABOUT MY LACK OF A SEX LIFE. IT’S AS IF I WAS HAVING SEX 3 OR 4 TIMES A DAY TO NOTHING AT ALL. I NEED SOME ADVISE THAT WILL ACTUALLY HELP ME.
    SINCERELY!
    RICHARD SMITH

    • Dr. Richard Gaines
      Posted March 25, 2016 at 4:09 pm | Permalink

      Hi Richard,

      Thanks for sharing this information, to provide specific recommendations we would need to speak to you to obtain some more specific information about your health, so I’ve asked one of my wellness coaches to reach out to you. In the meantime, I think this article may help:http://ow.ly/ZVAK2

  2. Kevin Johnson
    Posted March 12, 2016 at 12:02 pm | Permalink

    Hi
    Is HGH safe or recommend for men with prostate cancer?
    I did have a turp and that’s where they found the cancer. No cancer outside prostate Dr did say they may have gotten all the cancer.

    • Dr. Richard Gaines
      Posted March 25, 2016 at 4:03 pm | Permalink

      Hi Kevin,

      Thanks for your question. I’ve asked on of my wellness advisers to contact you to give you more details; on Growth hormone therapy and program specifics. Until he calls, here’s some more information://ow.ly/ZVAK2

  3. Jessica
    Posted April 16, 2016 at 9:27 pm | Permalink

    I’m 40 year old female.I’ve had bone and hip pain for years along with growing elevated liver enzymes and high cholesterol.i can no longer eat. Any kind of carbohydrates even if they are gluten free. I have been on a soy free gluten free diet for years. Finally was sent to an endocrinologist who found a low igf-1. He performed a insulin stimulation test which made me very sick. The results came back with my growth hormone 17% which is very normal but when he repeated my igf1 it was still low at 80. He thinks I’m growth hormone resistant and low gif-1. He is in the process of trying to find someone who does gif-1 therapy in adults. He is pretty sure when this is back to a normal level my liver will be able to function better and my digestion and joint pain will heal. What do you think? Do you know anyone who does igf-1 therapy? Do you think I should see a hepatologist for. This issue or stick with endocrinologist? Need advice since this is so rare not sure what to do.

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