Human growth hormone, as prepared for medical use. This is currently the most expensive drug in use by athletes. Like steroids, HGH is prescribed by a doctor for a medical condition. Doctors prescribe HGH for people whose bodies don’t naturally make enough growth hormone, a condition known as growth hormone deficiency. However, recent trends show an increase in growth hormone being abused as an athletic supplement. Hygetropin is identical to human body’s own HGH. Hygetropin (Somatotropin; generic name Human Growth Hormone) from Hygene is used for:

1. Growth Hormone Deficiency
2. Treatment for small gestational age (SGA) and intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR)
3. Idiopathic Short Stature
4. AIDS Wasting and Cachexia
5. Short Stature Caused by Turner’s Syndrome
6. Short Stature Caused by Prader-Willi Syndrome
7. Growth Problems Caused by Short Bowel Syndrome
8. Improper Growth in Children with Renal Disease
9. Body Building Enhancement Drug
10. Weight Loss Drug, Anti-Aging Drug
11. Treatment for Children with Rheumatoid Arthritis
12. Osteoporosis Treatment
13. Teatment for Children with X-Linked Hypophosphatemic Rickets (XLH)

Side effects of HGH steroids are not at all the same as with anabolic and androgenic steroids. Most common side effects are hypoglycemia (low blood sugar level) and inadequate thyroid function. A huge misconception, brought on by the mass media, is that Giantism is a common side effect of using GH in the normal human body. This is only true if GH is used during the pre-pubescent period time in ones life. It is very important that a person be completely full grown and mature before using Human Growth Hormone. Other rare side effects include diabetes, heart enlargement, high blood pressure, and enlargement of the kidneys. The most common problem is not with the injecting of GH, but the injecting of the insulin to go with it. Improper injection of insulin can lead to serious problems.

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