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Subj: Questions
Date: 10/2/2006
Who are you? Are you, indeed, a medical doctor? Are you paid for the products that you give your OK to? Most specifically, the HGH product? (Why is there no information about who is giving out medical advice here?) There are both HGH scams and HGH dangers for too high a dose. Is it safe and prudent to take HGH except under a doctor's monitoring?
Tom

AskDocWeb: There is no medical advice here. We do medical research but the primary intent of this website is to provide consumer reviews and feedback. We think you should be aware of what users say about these products before you try them.

In our opinion it is not safe to take HGH except under a doctor's care. HGH releaser is a different product and does not require a doctor's care. Taking a product that stimulates the body's natural production of HGH is much safer than taking human growth hormones.


Subj: Benefits
Date: 1/17/2007
After what duration of usage can I expect to see benefits?
Nona

AskDocWeb: You should plan to stay on the GenF20 HGH supplement for at least 3 months when you begin your program. Results vary depending on your existing level of HGH when you begin, so for instance, people who have very low levels of HGH have more immediate results. Most people, regardless of current HGH level, report feeling better, sleeping better and having more energy right away, with improvement in appearance and muscle tone and other benefits generally becoming more pronounced over the first couple months.


Subj: HGH pills
Date: 3/24/2007
People say that HGH pills are deactivated once they enter the stomach and that HGH shots are the only way it works, is this true?
Bryan

AskDocWeb: That is partly true. Taking HGH in pill form does not work because the HGH molecule is too large to pass through the walls of the digestive system. What is not true is that HGH shots are the only way it works. Rather than taking HGH in shot form, it is possible to increase the level of HGH in the body by stimulating the pituitary gland to produce more. The supplement to do that is called HGH releaser.


Subj: HGH releasers
Date: 6/16/2007
I am 18 years old and very interested in HGH releasers. I am 5' 7" and was wondering if these products can stimulate growth in people of my age if my growth plates have not closed up? Also would there be any side effects to using this product at my age?
Brent

AskDocWeb: The medical community has been using HGH since the 1960s for growth deficient children but we've not aware of any growth studies on healthy people. Many gyms use it to help bodybuilders recover and repair quicker after workouts and build muscle faster. The down side is the possibility of diarrhea and other gastrointestinal effects.


Subj: Sleep is much better
Date: 7/8/2007
For many years I have struggled with fatigue. I have tried numerous products with little success. Six weeks ago I started Genf20. The difference in energy is night and day. My sleep is much better. My question is, Is there anything in the Pituitary Powder that could cause itching. I have had itching of the neck for a few weeks. I do not know if they are related. My second question is, could this product cause cancer or tumors. I have done a lot of research on the net. It appears there is some concern with HGH. Thank you,
Scott

AskDocWeb: The itching is probably not related. The cancer concern is with HGH injections, not HGH releaser. GenF20 stimulates your body's natural production of HGH.


Subj: HGH injections
Date: 8/15/2007
Hi. I have been that anything other than true HGH injections could not possibly work, no matter what it is! They say it HAS to be injected. Is there any LEGAL way to get this from a doctor? I desperately need help; I have been tested and re-tested and no one can find why I am so worn out when I do NOTHING! HGH is what I always am told to try, but they say I'd be wasting money taking tablets. Plz help. Thx
Kathy

AskDocWeb: You can legally get HGH injections from a doctor only if you have a proven medical need.


Subj: Thank for
Date: 10/2/2007
Thank for making this valuable information available to the public.
Bily


Subj: Try a HGH releaser
Date: 10/4/2007
I wish to try a HGH releaser and am leaning towards Neugenesis. I am 40 and an avid weight lifter. I keep protein intake high and eat a very, very low fat diet. I am interested in gaining more muscle apart from the advertised abundance of bodybuilding supplements. I am also looking at GenF20. How should I choose?
Cary

AskDocWeb: You are so right about the abundance of bodybuilding supplements. We're still looking into the whole subject of HGH releasers and right now don't have the criteria the to make a choice. Whatever your choice how about letting us know which one and how well that works for you?


Subj: Increase height?
Date: 10/20/2007
I have ordered genf20 6 bottles, I am 25 years of age and would like to increase my height...my father's height is 183 cm and mine is 170 cm only... is it possible to increase the height through genf20 after 25?
Rahul

AskDocWeb: Probably not, at least that has never been reported to happen with any product on the market.


Subj: Grow taller?
Date: 12/26/2008
Will HGH releaser pills help you grow taller?
John

AskDocWeb: Sorry John, so far there have been no reports of using HGH releaser successfully to grow taller.


Subj: Doctor prescribed HGH
Date: 2/19/2009
Hello, I was wondering if you could tell me if doctor prescribed hgh is safe and would you recommend it?
Lee

AskDocWeb: Sorry Lee, the product being discussed here is HGH releaser, not the doctor prescribed HGH. The releaser stimulates your body's natural production of HGH.


Subj: HGH releaser?
Date: 3/19/2009
GenF20 I was talking with a trainer in the gym and mentioned purchasing the GenF20 HGH releaser and was told there is no such thing as a HGH releaser. The product was simply a combination of chain amino acids that could have been purchased through a suppliment store for alot less. What's your take?
Adam

AskDocWeb: Thirty years ago there was no such thing as HGH releaser but now there is. You might ask yourself this question: Are you the kind of person who buys all the ingredients for a loaf of bread and bakes one or do you let someone else do the work and buy it already made?

This forum is being combined with the GenF20 forum.


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