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    Anyone ever attempt to get the doc to prescribe hgh?

    Tryin to figure out a way to "fake" symptoms of low igf so that my doc will consider prescribing me hgh. Anyone ever had expereince/success with this?

    I'm assuming when I go to the doctor that they are going to want to take a blood test, obviously, but what if i were to take some nolva for a few days before of the blood test...shouldnt my igf come back low?

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    Re: Anyone ever attempt to get the doc to prescribe hgh?

    It should but I'm sure they'll monitor your levels on and prob just take you back off.

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    Re: Anyone ever attempt to get the doc to prescribe hgh?

    I think your going to have a hard time pulling this caper off. If you want a script, go to a HTR clinic. They will base you on GH serum instead of IGFI.

    The issue with lowering your IGF I, and then pointing it out to your doctor is that this doesn't nessacerly mean you are GH deficient. It could be low for other reasons and usally is. This will lead to a tremendous amount of blood work and head scratching.

    The HRT guys will write a script based on GH levels. The reason they can do this is the acceptable range is 0-3.0 unless you are a teen you will more than likely throw a .2-2 I'm in my forties and my natural GH is .3 my natural IGF 1 is 350 (very high for my age and not having cancer).

    Here is the downside to having a script; the GH price you will pay at CVS is three times what you will pay for most of the stuff you can get Some of the HRT guy insist you buy the GH from them at rediculous prices. The cost of the HRT vist to get the script is rediculous.
    Insurance will not cover GH even with a script; unless of course you are a child or teen that is GH deficient.

    I have heard that some of the Internet based HRT/Anti aging guys will write a script for GH based on blood work that you send them. Idk if this is true.

    Good luck

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    Re: Anyone ever attempt to get the doc to prescribe hgh?

    Hrt clinics will put you on no problem, but your going to pay out the ass.

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    Re: Anyone ever attempt to get the doc to prescribe hgh?

    I like how you think you ****ing criminal ;-)

    At the low price of Chinese GH you might as well just go that route.
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    Re: Anyone ever attempt to get the doc to prescribe hgh?

    As a doctor, there's increlex (igf1) or egrifta, which stimulates gh....and besides that, you should probably price out the growth, even on insurance, it's expensive. And they won't put you on a worthwhile hgh dose, you'll likely run out before next script. Either way, as grind says, insurance won't cover it like you think they will
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    Re: Anyone ever attempt to get the doc to prescribe hgh?

    hope you got $$ man.

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    Re: Anyone ever attempt to get the doc to prescribe hgh?

    Most hrt clinics will frown on more than 3iu or 4iu's per day. And, as everyone has said your looking at $1,200 to $1,500 per month.

    I would recommend doing further reseach and considering Chinese gh. You'll want to work up to 5+iu's per day anyway to get effect you're looking for.

    Also understand that your talking about 9 month to year commitment. So know for sure you want to head down that path.

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