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HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK

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2011/03/13 20:29:46 (permalink)

HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK

Hi guys,
Has the title suggests, is there any way to have HGH prescribed on prescription from my GP in the UK?
thanks
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    numpty
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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/13 20:47:01 (permalink)



    Yes..............  if   you  are   a  child  with   stunted   growth.

    So  probably  not  then 

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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/13 21:49:21 (permalink)
    What a shame! What about some test if I told them I think I have low levels??
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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/13 21:53:48 (permalink)
    You would have to go to docs and have bloods done to prove it ..First you would have to have symptoms of low test levels .
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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/13 22:12:32 (permalink)
    What are the symptoms of low test levels? I was told that there was no way of detecting low levels of test? 
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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/13 22:44:02 (permalink)


    A  test  for Test  is  V.  easy for your G.P  to  arrange  .....    IF   they  can be  bothered........  most couldn't  give  a Toss and will  fob  you  off  with  Anti-depressants    as  the  symptoms  of  Depression  and  Low  Test  are  similar,   i.e  crappy   mood  and  energy levels.  

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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/14 08:37:58 (permalink)
    As above. Even then, IF the test comes back borderline low, you've got no chance. If it comes back very low, you will be referred to the hospital endocrinology unit where you will undergo further tests and if you're lucky, a recommendation will then be made by them to your GP for him to prescribe TRT.

     
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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/14 17:34:31 (permalink)
    Yea the only way i if your going to use it on a child with stunted growth because this is the only medicinal use for it. Otherwise, you will have to get it over the counter. This means injections or natural supplements. Do your research and find out which is best for you.
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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/14 19:53:59 (permalink)
    'Natural' supplements won't do jack in terms of real world effects.

    It's black market sourced "real" rHGH or forget it.

     
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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/14 21:01:20 (permalink)
    PartyBoy

    As above. Even then, IF the test comes back borderline low, you've got no chance. If it comes back very low, you will be referred to the hospital endocrinology unit where you will undergo further tests and if you're lucky, a recommendation will then be made by them to your GP for him to prescribe TRT.


    I  was  referred   with  a total  test  level  of  10.1   and  the waste  of  space  endocronologist   did    NO   further  tests   and  Poo-pooed  everything  I  said.  

    I  was   36   at  the  time   and  was  told  " it's  normal for a man at  your  time  of  life"  !!!!    TOTAL    WANKER      he  then   suggested   GOLF       WTF !!!!  

    So   I  did  the  sensible  thing  ,   went  away   did  LOTS    of  Research   and  started   my  own   HRT  ( with  my  Wifes  full support )   and  felt  MUCH    better   since        

    DEADLIFT..200k  x  5  
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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/17 12:47:53 (permalink)
    Aparently it is being prescribed by private doctors on Harley St. This article appeared recently in the Sunday Times Style magazine. Worth a read...
     
    http://women.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/women/beauty/article3663145.ece
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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/17 13:06:40 (permalink)
    yes you can get it if you go private, or get the perscription from private from diff country then bring it back
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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/23 04:30:20 (permalink)
    numpty

    A  test  for Test  is  V.  easy for your G.P  to  arrange  .....    IF   they  can be  bothered........  most couldn't  give  a Toss and will  fob  you  off  with  Anti-depressants    as  the  symptoms  of  Depression  and  Low  Test  are  similar,   i.e  crappy   mood  and  energy levels.  

    I noticed a sudden and very noticeable drop in my mood and energy levels a couple of years ago, I am 39 now. I tried anti-d's for a year and a bit and they did nothing apart from making me not care about my mood or energy levels. But I am guessing 36-7 is too young to see your testosterone levels drop. I that correct?  
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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/23 20:48:40 (permalink)
    numpty

    PartyBoy

    As above. Even then, IF the test comes back borderline low, you've got no chance. If it comes back very low, you will be referred to the hospital endocrinology unit where you will undergo further tests and if you're lucky, a recommendation will then be made by them to your GP for him to prescribe TRT.


    I  was  referred   with  a total  test  level  of  10.1   and  the waste  of  space  endocronologist   did    NO   further  tests   and  Poo-pooed  everything  I  said.  

    I  was   36   at  the  time   and  was  told  " it's  normal for a man at  your  time  of  life"  !!!!    TOTAL    WANKER      he  then   suggested   GOLF       WTF !!!!  

    So   I  did  the  sensible  thing  ,   went  away   did  LOTS    of  Research   and  started   my  own   HRT  ( with  my  Wifes  full support )   and  felt  MUCH    better   since        

     
    As    above   10.1    and   36   years  old  ,  so  it's   possible  your  hormones  have  sh.it   it   mate,  same  as  mine  have  
     
    I   suggest  any  man with   crap   mood  and  energy  (  who  was previously o.k)  get  a  hormone   panel  done  by the   G.P.   and  do  NOT use anti-d's   until   the hormones   come  back  o.k.
     
    If   your   test levels  are low   and  the  G.P.   wants   to  put  you on   Anti-D's   tell them  to Fu.ck  right   off   as  they   are  NOT   the  answer  in  this  case   and  rarely  are  the  answer,  if  at  all .
     
    SSRI's   raise  prolactin  which  lowers  test   and  makes   the  problem  worse.

    DEADLIFT..200k  x  5  
    SQUAT..150k  X 7 for 3 sets 
    BENCH...125 K X 5  for 3 sets 
      
    OVERHEAD PRESS..85K


    AVATAR  IS  Paul George.. NOT me... 
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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/23 22:32:26 (permalink)
    You've got more chance of getting a pair of tits off of the NHS than you have of getting them to prescribe you hgh.




    " studies have shown that just one glass of alcohol a day completely cancels the effects. “To get the best results, you should limit drinking alcohol to no more than two days a week.”

    I did not know that..... i'd like to see those studies....
    post edited by Doink - 2011/03/23 22:36:33
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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/26 15:31:53 (permalink)
    A B cup would do nicely.
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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/28 19:12:19 (permalink)
    swordfish 

     or get the perscription from private from diff country then bring it back 

    In that case would he get the gear from a typical High street pharmacy and pay standard NHS prescription charges?
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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/28 19:13:44 (permalink)
    Doink
     You've got more chance of getting a pair of tits off of the NHS than you have of getting them to prescribe you hgh.  

    LMAO! I'd be inclined to agree.
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    Re:HGH ON PRESCRIPTION IN THE UK 2011/03/29 13:51:34 (permalink)
    To be fair hgh is expensive and if you want it you can get it privately. Ofcourse this will be out of your own wallet and no one elses.
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