The most common routes of HGH are from injections and pills. They both have their own advantages and drawbacks. However, when the positives are weighed against the negatives, growth hormone injections would emerge as the clear winner. Naturally, the pills are safe to administer but they are hardly as effective as the injectable form. When the appropriate dosage is injected, it takes a few months for the results to become apparent. On top of that the normal levels of hormone can also be identified from blood tests. For more details on injectable growth hormones, contact us.
Testosterone patches are effective at treating low libido in post-menopausal women. Low libido may also occur as a symptom or outcome of hormonal contraceptive use. Women may also use testosterone therapies to treat or prevent loss of bone density, muscle mass and to treat certain kinds of depression and low energy state. Women on testosterone therapies may experience an increase in weight without an increase in body fat due to changes in bone and muscle density. Most undesired effects of testosterone therapy in women may be controlled by hair-reduction strategies, acne prevention, etc. There is a theoretical risk that testosterone therapy may increase the risk of breast or gynaecological cancers, and further research is needed to define any such risks more clearly.
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