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Increase bone strength and personality?
I am 24 yr old female. I'm suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. I lost much weight due to it, and as I got this disease at very early age of 16, that's why my height stopped growing as I had to take treatment for my arthritis problem, later which had severe effects on me.
Now, I'm taking ayurvedic treatment, and now I'm much stable. But I feel very nervous, that my height is very less and even weight is low. my height is 5.1 and weight is 40. please help me out, can I take these supplement? or there will be some side effects on me? I want to increase my bone strength and my personality too.
AskDocWeb: Improving bone strength seems to involve two main things, a nutritionally adequate diet and strength training exercises such as weight lifting or resistance exercises. To get an expert opinion on the first one you consult with a nutritionist. The second part has too many options to list here but probably will involve a gym equipped for physical training.
As for increasing your personality, you will need to be much more specific about what you want in order to get results.
Trying to gain muscle back
Hello I'm 47 years old & I'm on dialysis for kidney failure due to IGA but I have started working out to help me. Which it has a little. Do you think GenF20Plus would be safe for me? Please respond...Just try gain muscle back! Thank You.
AskDocWeb: Sorry Michael, this forum is limited to discussing the possible side effects and effectiveness of GenF20.
Am 50 yes old. 150 lbs.. On BP meds called lysinopril 20 mg daily. Is this supplement safe for me?
AskDocWeb: If you are taking any prescription drug we suggest you go to the GenF20 website and use the "Contact Us" link at the bottom of the page. Once there you can ask about your medications and any possible interaction.
All the hgh supplements I have seen (SeroVital) say you must take this at bedtime on an empty stomach to get best results. Why is this different for GenF20?
AskDocWeb: Sorry Shirley, we haven't seen any studies that would indicate a preference for any specific time of day.
Want to order products?
I want to order your product, but I am taking Amitriptylin-20mg for migraines,for blood pressure, AmilorideHCTZ 5-50, Metoporol 100mg, Enalapril-20mg, and for cholesterol, Crestor-20mg. Will it have a negative effect or clash with my meds?
AskDocWeb: Sorry Linda, none of the products reviewed here belong to us. This forum is limited to discussing the side effects and effectiveness of GenF 20. You might try contacting their customer service department. There is usually a "Contact Us" link on their website.
After 3 weeks
I have been taking this for over 3 weeks. After the first week I noticed that my mood was much happier and optimistic. I am much more motivated. Also, I have noticed that I am hungrier. I cut the dose in half and it has helped with that. I think I am going to get another month.
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