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Hgh and blood pressure

Arko.

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Does your bp go up on gh, how much?

Do you notice a difference on generics vs real pharm grade?

Ive noticed differences even between generics, and it likely makes a difference how much water retention it causes but im mainly curious if you notice the same changes in bp on real pharm grade?
 

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Yes, HGH can raise bp caused by extra water retention, but with pharm grade or good quality generics i had no problem under 3iu/day
 
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I think everyone should monitor your blood pressure when on GH or steroids.
 

Heracles-Echo

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pharma grade, blup tops HGH
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machinemind

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I notice my resting heart rate goes up mostly
 

armada

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Nope - doesn't increase BP. I mostly use GH while dieting though, so I am doing cardio regularly and not eating a huge amount of food.
 
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On 2iu/day, doing cardio I actually dropped my BP 10pts on each side to 110/70!
 

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Since going on TRT and adding in GH three years ago, my BP has actually went from borderline to pure perfection. I run 110/mid 60's when relaxed all the time. I attribute it to getting my hormones optimal and the GH's reversing aging and that's no bullshit. Could be other factors, but BP has never been better and more stable.
 

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No funny i'm using generic from a sponsor and my BP actually is normal, were before it was a little high.
 

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Since going on TRT and adding in GH three years ago, my BP has actually went from borderline to pure perfection. I run 110/mid 60's when relaxed all the time. I attribute it to getting my hormones optimal and the GH's reversing aging and that's no bullshit. Could be other factors, but BP has never been better and more stable.

Im with you there. Like the other guy said its not BP that's my issue. Resting heart rate seems elevated when combined with high test dosage.
 

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Depends on how hgh effects you personally. Of course, any water retention will possibly raise bp and if you are using aas which increases bp then gh will possibly exasperate this effect. You should monitor bp at home when using aas and especially during pct. coming off aas is usually when i have the most bp issues for some reason.
 

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