It is a huge risk if someone does not know their medical history and I would never expect a doctor who is not a trained endocrinologist who is well read on HGH to prescribe it. That is crazy. But for those who know there are safer ways of using it and while it is contraversial there are known short term benefits which seem thus far to be ongoing. Long term effects on health are not known but for the fact that hormone based cancers will tend to get worse and could be stimulated out of control (though this too is mainly theory still) and in some people a hardening of the arteries could occur.FYI:I worked for several physicians and we frequently had patients coming in requesting HGH and none of the doctors would prescribe it. I got a call one day from a cardiologist that wanted to speak to one of the physicians and the doctor was with a patient so he asked me if Dr. X had prescribed HGH to Mrs. X and I pulled the chart and told him Mrs. X had requested HGH but the doctor declined so he noted that she was going to get it online. Anyways, Mrs. X died of cardiac failure that day and when I passed the information on to the doctor he said "OMG that's why I don't prescribe it."
Don't waste your money. I have been (anti-aging) since I was 22 and paid tons for those precursors and later found out they likely do absolutley nothing. I figured they were safe, would ensure at 25 I start having higher levels and do not age. Just not true!Lexi, yes you are correct.