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    HGH/fertility

    Anyone have thoughts or experience with HGH and sperm count?

    reading online it looks like itís not harmful and maybe even beneficial in the short term but I was more wondering if anyone had thoughts or experience about any known long term effects. Iíve got my first kid on the way due in September so no current issues there lol, but I know my wife will want atleast one more.

    my main goal is losing weight , Iíve never taken anything stronger than whatís sold on bb.com but have been considering and reading several posts here. AAS makes me too nervous Iíll mess up sperm count by doing something wrong. Good chance Iíll eventually look more into that at another time.

    appreciate any feedback! apologies if this is posted on this forum somewhere else. I did a few searches but no luck

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    HGH shouldn't negatively affect your sperm count.

    The effects of HGH taken without complementary compounds (aas/insulin) are quite mild.

    It’s also very expensive.

    What are you looking to
    achive by taking HGH?

    just weight loss?

    You’d be better off hiring a dietician IMO.

    If you have disposable income, by all means you should run HGH and see how you like it. Quality of life (feeling healthy) and sleep quality should both increase soon after you start.

    Body composition benefits usually dont start appearing until after months on.

    Where will you source the insulin pins you’ll need if you decide to run HGH? I’ve found it impossible to get any needles through Japan post customs.

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    Thanks for the quick reply.

    yes mostly weight loss. I’m working out 5-6 days a week(at home Since gym still closed). So mostly just dumbbells. I restarted intermittent fasting but I just can’t seem to make the same progress with weight loss I used to.

    I saw a dietician about a month ago but she was fresh outta school and just gave me the food pyramid with the plastic food displays to show me portion sizes. Honestly as soon as she told me to never drink another low cal energy drink I stopped listening so I could be being overlying harsh to her.

    im pretty far from making a purchase but I agree it seems expensive

    needles and syringes not really an issue for me. I work in a hospital and have those items in my hands upwards of 30 times a week

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    Hopefully when the gym opens up and I can get on cardio machines I’ll have more progress. I despise running outside

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    Originally Posted by Fugi View Post
    Thanks for the quick reply.

    yes mostly weight loss. I’m working out 5-6 days a week(at home Since gym still closed). So mostly just dumbbells. I restarted intermittent fasting but I just can’t seem to make the same progress with weight loss I used to.

    I saw a dietician about a month ago but she was fresh outta school and just gave me the food pyramid with the plastic food displays to show me portion sizes. Honestly as soon as she told me to never drink another low cal energy drink I stopped listening so I could be being overlying harsh to her.

    im pretty far from making a purchase but I agree it seems expensive

    needles and syringes not really an issue for me. I work in a hospital and have those items in my hands upwards of 30 times a week

    I’ve actually hired another one of the staff here, Spongy, to do my diet.

    I have no formal relationship with him except that we both moderate this forum. You might reach out to him. He knows his stuff.

    Here is a link to his recomp thread: https://www.ugbodybuilding.com/threa...n-Recomp-Guide

    Cardio is not a very good primary way to lose weight.

    1 hour of moderate cardio equals a single piece of Costco pizza.

    Just dont eat the damn pizza.

    Get your diet nailed down. It’s the single most important factor in body composition.

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    Ok great I’ll check that out now. Thanks!

    costco in japan is crazy. The line for that 1.50 hotdog must have been 100 deep

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