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neworleansgt
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27/07/2019 8:58 pm  

My Girlfriends mom has this horrible disease and I know HGH has some pretty powerful effects on rejuvinating the body so I was wondering if it might have an application here. Again, im no doctor thats why I ask here. Forgive me if this is a dumb question but thanks in advance


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Bilter
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27/07/2019 9:27 pm  

sorry I don't have an answer for you but you may want to start by googleing "hgh for the treatment of MS". From there you may find the information you are looking for. Good luck


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neworleansgt
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27/07/2019 9:48 pm  

Yea, I did the cross refrence on Pub Med and came up with only one study. I did the Google thing but couldnt find much in the treatment area. Its odd though in a sense its as if they never really tried to use it.


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Bellina
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27/07/2019 10:13 pm  

I HIGHLY suggest looking into low dose naltrexone. It is known to put MS into complete remission.


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neworleansgt
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27/07/2019 10:38 pm  

Bump, thanks soo much. I did find 2 studies dealing with HGH and M.S. and to no suprise the HGH was very beneficial. I also would have never found anything on Naltrexone on my own


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Bellina
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27/07/2019 10:57 pm  

I only know this from my own personal experience. Yes HGH helped a great deal with the muscle pain but can be very hard to get covered. However naltrexone has been known to stop ALL symptoms, while hgh I do not believe has the same benefit.

check out http://www.lowdosenaltrexone.org/ldn_and_ms.htm
if you haven't already.


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neworleansgt
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27/07/2019 11:16 pm  

No, I didnt get that. Wow, thanks so much. FYI, this is the first GF that I have told about Juice. She is hesitant, but accepting. Wait till I tell her where I found this info. Very seriously and sincerely thank you


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Bellina
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27/07/2019 11:45 pm  

I do my best to help. AAS is not a bad thing in many cases. What do they give HIV patients for wasting? AAS and HGH. When you are dealing with muscle wasting or muscle pain related disease many times AAS and HGH can be of great help.

However I would first try the naltrexone as it has zero sides and she should be able to easily get it from a doc. However it needs to be compounded at a compounding pharmacy. If there isn't one nearby she can order it online. She should try it for at least 3 months. She has NOTHING to lose by trying it. It will not hurt her and she will know by that time if it works for her or not. It is taken right before bedtime. For me it has helped me to sleep better as the muscle pain keeps me up a lot.

Many docs are still in the stone ages. Almost all the info I have found was based on my own personal research. Sadly many docs have a very limited knowledge of many things. And when it comes to AAS and GH they are extremely nervous and most will tell you it's straight out bad. Most anything used without knowledge and in excess IS bad. But used safely, in moderation and under a doctors supervision it can give some a new lease on life.


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neworleansgt
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28/07/2019 12:12 am  

I was in a terrible motorcycle accident when I was 22. Its a really sad story but long story short I personal view aas as a necesary medication as all the bones in my hip and knee were broken(left with 16 pins in my hip, wires in my knee and missing cartilidge). I am 61 and right around 200lbs so I am nothing special. It wasnt that my GF doesnt have faith in my decesions she just didnt understand why if it could be soo helpful that doctors didnt prescribe it.(I cycle Anavar and a low dose of boldenone as both increase collagen synthesis and alleviate almost all daily knee and hip pain). I flat told her doctors just arent all that smart. The medical feild is too broad for doctors to know everything about everything. And this, right here when you reccomended the LDN just further proved my point and brings a whole new appreciation for these boards to me. So, again, thanks soo much.


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