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TOPIC: Covid and cycling HGH

Covid and cycling HGH 2 months 1 week ago #14404

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Wondering if it would be safe to run HGH if you are infected with covid-19.
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Covid and cycling HGH 2 months 1 week ago #14405

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taba wrote:
Wondering if it would be safe to run HGH if you are infected with covid-19.

To be Safe, I would Stop the HGH.

Covid-19 has so many Side Effects (Literally Dozens), and it Varies so much Person to Person.
You Can't know for sure, which Side Effects you will get, and if they will get Worse.

Certain Steroids have seemed to help with Covid in Certain Patients, Not All.
They are Cortico-Steroids and Not Anabolic Steroids.
And there's a Big Difference between the two.
There is still so much Research that needs to be done............... JP
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A little something on the Cortico-Steroids and Covid-19

www.webmd.com/lung/news/20200723/steroid...lp-battle-covid-19#1
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Covid and cycling HGH 2 months 1 week ago #14406

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I am not knowledgeable enough to offer more than a few headlines from journals I read and necessarily need to skip some as science is, well...if you truly understand it then you’ll taken time longer than the time it takes for this question to have a truly understood consensus in medicine.

1). I know there was at least an abstract that detailed a decent size of general population participants who were a cohort for “people using testosterone replacement therapy” versus (presumably men of similar ages and health status) and found no evidence to support a positive correlation for TRT use and Covid status or outcome. In general, I would think testosterone and dihydrotestosterone are crudely enough understood to continue. The further alonf the chain of complexity in deriving of these anabolic sex steroids the less it’s clear. Typically, testosterone and DHT may alter prostaglandins (P2 pathways via DHT causing damn male pattern baldness!), but the facilitation of prostaglandins- found nearly everywhere- is VERY good for reduced inflammatory responses and improved vasodilation.

Now, as to GH - yes! Please don’t stop if you’re on as the temporary rebound will leave you a weak immune system until your natural GH steps back in and does...um...we don’t know, exactly, but here’s why it probably HELPS fight COVID’s worst symptoms and probably bolster overall your immune system:
1. Anti Inflammatory- less IL6, cytokines, and factors associated with GH deficiency that seem GH is the godfather of the top-down immune system.
2. IGF-1 is a took successfully used for COPD and has positive blood flow and immune defense of respiratory and cardiac tissue.

There’s twice as much reason to go get Qtropin now and let it naturally trigger downstream effects and triggers. Insubolic may be a literal savior of your life if you’re pulmonary-respiratory system is impaired and more reason to believe you’ll survive any deadly lung attack Covid will kill you should it be able to penetrate to your lungs and replicate there.

So, my advice is to consider your health, obesity, and age and GH status and hormone status. If something is off, adjust it fo the upper max of reference range AT LEAST, but not more than 150% or so depending on your risk aversion. If you use GH consider staying the course but perhaps using levels 1-4iu, 6 if you’re gonna be safe with masks and socializing otherwise, but why risk a potentially protective substance by disproportionate and severely high doses contrast to average? Insubolic will give you free, unbound IGF-1 that will circulate for about 9 seconds (i have no idea but the blood doesn’t let unescorted shit float around long lol) then GLUT 4 will take it to smooth muscle tissue where it will preferentially fill to capacity in cardiac and lung receptors while the rest gets those shoulders ready for Hollywood.

Read fhe first one for speculation and the second for general covid flus as we’ve tried to fight with small binding envelope proteins- it’s less helpful but fascinating:

onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/oby.23000

virologyj.biomedcentral.com/articles/10....2985-019-1182-0#Fig6
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Covid and cycling HGH 2 months 1 week ago #14407

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See my quick reply above
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Covid and cycling HGH 2 months 3 days ago #14450

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I’ll tell you what. Ending my Test (only) cycle a couple weeks ago after doing Qtropin (4iu/day) for two years, and Insubolic for the beginning of this year, FUCKED me up. I haven’t been sick in two years since the start of Qtropin. I’ve felt bullet proof for two years til now because I started PCT.

I’ve legit caught *something* the last couple of days. Feels like a flu without the fever. I did an at home covid mail-in test on 12/31 with results arriving by this Tuesday. I’m also getting two rapid tests done on Monday. Probably picked the worst time to start PCT thus letting my immune system take a shit.
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