Jintropin reaction?

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    Jintropin reaction?


    I just was wondering if anyone else has had a reaction to Jintropin during their first days of use? No site reaction but fatigue, joint soreness, and slight temperature?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.50
    I just was wondering if anyone else has had a reaction to Jintropin during their first days of use? No site reaction but fatigue, joint soreness, and slight temperature?


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    What does your jin look like? HOw does your box come in the packaging of the Jin?
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    fatigue and joint soreness are common side with hgh.

    just start with 2iu ed and slowly bump it up by 0.5iu each week until you reach the desired dose.

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    I am only at 3ius per day. With no intention to go any higher. I was just going to go for a long time, more of a replacement type for overall health the for a true cycle. I thought that many of the clinical studies with people on GH showed that they had increased energy, sense of well being, etc. as well as positive effects on joints and connective tissue. SO why the soreness?



    Quote Originally Posted by rodge nl.
    fatigue and joint soreness are common side with hgh.

    just start with 2iu ed and slowly bump it up by 0.5iu each week until you reach the desired dose.

    -rodge
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.50
    I am only at 3ius per day. With no intention to go any higher. I was just going to go for a long time, more of a replacement type for overall health the for a true cycle. I thought that many of the clinical studies with people on GH showed that they had increased energy, sense of well being, etc. as well as positive effects on joints and connective tissue. SO why the soreness?
    its just the first couple of weeks that you will experience fatigue and soreness.

    the soreness comes from carpal tunnel syndrom,nerves get pushed on by water retention.

    how long are you gonna run the hgh? its best to run it for 9-12 months max. then 2-3 months of this to avoid hgh resistance.


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    Probbly 6 mo.



    Quote Originally Posted by rodge nl.
    its just the first couple of weeks that you will experience fatigue and soreness.

    the soreness comes from carpal tunnel syndrom,nerves get pushed on by water retention.

    how long are you gonna run the hgh? its best to run it for 9-12 months max. then 2-3 months of this to avoid hgh resistance.


    -rodge
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