Taking IGF-1 with diabetes

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2014/11/10 16:46:59 (permalink)

Taking IGF-1 with diabetes

Ive read a few articles and posts on different forums but still cannot find a definitive answer.
I have type 1 Diabetes (insulin dependant - fast acting novorapid) and i want to know if injecting long r3 IGF-1 or normal IGF-1 will lower my blood sugar. i wont be using it with anything else so what im really looking for is someone with personal experience (not journal articles) who can tell me how they found it but any1 can give their advice or what theyve heard from friends etc.
also if someone with diabetes has found an AAS that doesnt cause insulin resistance (they continued to inject the same amount of insulin for meals whilst on cycle and kept good blood glucose levels) then let me know :)
thanks for any help or input you give

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