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Subj: 21 year old female
Hello, I am a 21 year old female, 5'6, 135lbs. I just ordered GenF20. I am physically fit and always training to become a firefighter. Most of the people on this site are males, I'm curious how the product will help me? I would like to increase stamina, and strength-not extra muscle mass. Also 3 months ago I had a knee injury--will this product help my knee get stronger?
AskDocWeb: Wow, a female firefighter, way to go Carmen. We admire your courage and community spirit. Of course increased stamina and strength would be helpful there but when you develop new strength it is natural that some extra muscle mass is developed along with it. So far we have not found anything from the manufacturer that indicates GenF20 might affect women different from men so it would be interesting to hear your experience a few months from now.
Subj: Type 2 diabetic
I am a type 2 diabetic, are there any reported health risks or benefits reported related to the use of genf20?
AskDocWeb: There are some indications that human growth hormone may actually improve diabetes. A study conducted by Doctor Greg Fahy of the Naval Medical Research Institute is very encouraging for those with diabetes. He states that he may have discovered a method to possibly cure adult-onset diabetes using HGH. His experiments have shown that human growth hormone is very beneficial for diabetes. This does NOT mean that GenF20 is a cure for diabetes. However, in the five years that we have been tracking this product there are no reports of diabetic symptoms becoming worse in response to a GenF20.
Subj: Taking GenF20 Plus with meds
Can I use Genf20plus together with anti-depresivum and in the (pre-)menopause?
AskDocWeb: According to the manufacturer's website: "if you're currently taking other medications, or have existing health questions or concerns, you should consult with your physician before taking GenF20 Plus™."
Subj: Vertical growth
I read before that you stated there is no proof to show that this product will cause vertical growth. If it releases HGH, should it not promote height increase? Sorry, not trying to be condescending just a bit confused.
AskDocWeb: This is one of the areas that needs more research in order find out just what effect GenF20 Plus has on height for different age groups. It may be possible to get vertical growth but there are no clinical studies to prove it. If you try it, be sure to check back to share your results.
Subj: It's working for me
i have been taking this product for 2 weeks, and its working for me, I am 51 and my energy levels are quite high, which helps me with my weight training.
Subj: Wonderful results except one thing
I have been taking GenF20 and then GenF20 Plus for several months with wonderful results except one thing cropped up-my blood glucose started to rise-I stopped taking it over a month ago and my A1C is now 5.9 as compared to almost 7. 5.9 is still rather high for somebody that isn't diabetic so what is up with this? I eat properly and don't consume excess carbs or sugar-no change in diet I just quit taking the Gen F 20 Plus. Can you explain this? My hair, nails, sleep were better and I had lost 50 pounds now I have 4-5 boxes left and am afraid to start taking it again. Also since I quit my cholesterol has gone back up. Very frustrated here. I would like your opinion and has anybody else had this issue or thought to check it? I am in the medical field and I just decided to start checking this because I had read it can increase glucose levels.
AskDocWeb: We have read several references that say GenF20 Plus helps to maintain glucose levels but yours is the first post to mention having a problem with higher glucose levels. Maybe it is time for a checkup.
Subj: Blood pressure?
Will GenF20 increase your blood pressure??
AskDocWeb: According to their website the new GenF20 Plus contains L-Glutamine which lowers blood pressure.
Subj: Good suggestion?
I have read the Best human growth hormones pills reviews and want to use this product. Any body can give me good suggestion.
AskDocWeb: Of course the focus of the reviews here are on GenF20 Plus but readers are also encouraged to suggest other HGH releasers if you have personal experience with them.
Subj: GenF20 Plus and other drugs?
Want to take HGH but am currently on Bupropion HCL SR 100 mg, fluoxetine HCL 20 mg for anxiety and it's working fine. Can I mix these drugs? thanks,
AskDocWeb: While checking their website we found the following statement: "There are no known drug interactions with GenF20, but please see your doctor if you have specific concerns."
Subj: Anymore studies about height growth?
ok im about 5'9 240 pounds play high school football and i was wondering if there are anymore studies done about the height growth and my growth plates are still open and im still growing what can i expect with genf20
AskDocWeb: We are not aware of any new studies however, they will be published here as we find them so you might want to bookmark this page.
Subj: I want to increase my height
Hi I am 15 years old and about to turn 16 in 4 days. At age 13, I was 6'0" and 140 lbs. At that age all my doctors were saying I would be about 6'4" or 6'5". Now I am a sophomore and I am about 6'1" and 205 lbs. I want to take this product to increase my height but I don't want it to increase my chances of getting hurt. Please help
AskDocWeb: In order to maximize your safety we recommend you limit the supplements you take to only those recommended by your doctor. Because you are only 16, it is quite possible that you will grow taller without taking anything.
Subj: Build muscle?
Hi i am 19 years old i am 6ft,160 pds. i wanted to take genf20 to mostly build muscle. If i have already completed my height growth, will hgh make me grow more. Also will this hormone cause acromegly at my age? So is it dangerous to take genf20 at age 19, and will it make me taller if im already done growing height wise?
AskDocWeb: If you have already reached your normal adult height GenF20 will not make you grow taller. There are no reports of GenF20 causing akromegaly or gigantism. There are reports of bodybuilders using it to help build muscle quickly without side effects.
I just recieved GenF20 and it came with an oral spray. It just says to do twice daily. Do I consume the pills and the spray twice daily or do I chose one or the other?
AskDocWeb: The pills and spray do different things and are intended to be used together.
Subj: Any complications?
I have been researching the GenF20 plus product and I was wondering if there would be any complications if I was also taking other medications such as antibiotics. I am 21, 6'1" between 235-240, very physically active. I play basketball twice and week and work out the other 5 days. What kind of results could I expect to see?
AskDocWeb: Some people report having difficulty sleeping if they take it too late in the day. Other than that the effects have all been positive. According to the manufacturer's website: "if you're currently taking other medications, or have existing health questions or concerns, you should consult with your physician before taking GenF20 Plus™." The most often reported benefits are a decrease in body fat and an increase in muscle mass and strength.
Subj: GenF20 and Vigrx plus
Can I take GenF20 and Vigrx plus at the same time? Is that just too much for the body to process? Thanks.
AskDocWeb: We have not looked at the possibility of using them at the same time and you are the first to suggest doing that. Of course if you try it be sure to share your results.
Since I have been taking an HGH releaser. I have noticed increased energy and it allows me to prolong my workout at the gym and increase the intensity of my work out. I'm taking this in conjunction with Probiotics and LP299v that helps with the symptoms and side effects of IBS. I am not on any medication because I am planning to have a baby (not pregnant yet) this year. I would like to know if these pills would cause hairloss or any signs od Alopecia as I have a circular bald patch on the front of my head on the left side.
AskDocWeb: Hair loss is not listed as a side effect of HGH releasers but there are report of it helping with that problem. Are you taking any bodybuilding supplements?
Wonderful explanation on HGH indeed, thank you :) It is also surprising to know that now there are some pills and supplements to increase HGH which works with our body's natural HGH chemical centers and increases the production of the important hormones. HGH is very important in a human, as it has various actions to perform.
Subj: Increase in acne
I have been noticing an increase in acne while using GenF20. I have been taking it for about 3 or 4 months now, should I discontinue usage? And if so what is the best way to discontinue usage? Should I drop down to 1 pill per dosage then 1 pill a day? Thanks.
AskDocWeb: While injections of pure human growth hormone have been linked to increased acne, GenF20 has not been reported to do so. However, too much testosterone may have some unfortunate side effects, including acne. We have seen nothing to indicate any need to wean off of GenF20. You can stop whenever you want.
Hey I am 20 years old and I just started taking vigRX to gain size since I'm average. Is it save for me to take it at my age or not?
AskDocWeb: As far as we know VigRX has not been tested in minors.
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