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HGH, taking a CT scan with iodine IV question.

Dizzle82

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Ok guys. so my girl have been on 2iu of Gh for the past month. she has to go in thursday for a CT scan and they are giving her an iodine IV. the nurse asked her if she was on steroids because that might cause an adverse reaction. so now she is nervous. I know GH is a hormone not a steroid. any one know of any adverse reactions whit this? any thoughts or experiences?
 

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I don't think it will matter but I would ask gotgame.
 

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Ok guys. so my girl have been on 2iu of Gh for the past month. she has to go in thursday for a CT scan and they are giving her an iodine IV. the nurse asked her if she was on steroids because that might cause an adverse reaction. so now she is nervous. I know GH is a hormone not a steroid. any one know of any adverse reactions whit this? any thoughts or experiences?

I think she was referring to predisone, etc. Ive had CT scans with Iodine while on a full cycle including GH with zero issues
 

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I think she was referring to predisone, etc. Ive had CT scans with Iodine while on a full cycle including GH with zero issues
Thats kinda what i was telling her. since you naturally have GH in your body anyways
 

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She will be fine. They were referring to antiinflammatory steroids. Which doesn't even matter anyway. As far as I know you can be on anything and have this dye injected into you as long as you're not allergic to shellfish.
 

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No. Unequivocally, no, that will not affect it. Time to put both of your minds at ease.
 

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She will be fine. They were referring to antiinflammatory steroids. Which doesn't even matter anyway. As far as I know you can be on anything and have this dye injected into you as long as you're not allergic to shellfish.
Yeah, the only worry would be allergy to iodine, and that is quite rare if I am not mistaken. It can be quite serious if it does happen though.

I have had dye in me 3 different times or more and never had an issue. The first time I was on test and tren. The second two times I was on TRT dose of testosterone. I think like the others said maybe it is corticosteroids. I would like to know why corticosteroids might be an issue with using this contrast dye. Is it because it might suppress the allergic reaction and then later on it might come back when you are away from the hospital? Just a guess.
 

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She will be fine. They were referring to antiinflammatory steroids. Which doesn't even matter anyway. As far as I know you can be on anything and have this dye injected into you as long as you're not allergic to shellfish.
They mean corticosteroids
No. Unequivocally, no, that will not affect it. Time to put both of your minds at ease.
Yeah, the only worry would be allergy to iodine, and that is quite rare if I am not mistaken. It can be quite serious if it does happen though.

I have had dye in me 3 different times or more and never had an issue. The first time I was on test and tren. The second two times I was on TRT dose of testosterone. I think like the others said maybe it is corticosteroids.
Awesome, this board is great!! thanks for all the info guys!!
 

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Corticosteriods

Looks like they would use the corticosteroids as pretreatment for someone that might be expected to have a reaction. What I thought. Found this:

"Pretreatment
Iodinated contrast material injection should be avoided, whenever possible, in any patient who has had a previous moderate or severe anaphylactoid reaction to iodinated contrast material. If contrast material injection must be performed (because imaging with contrast material is necessary and no alternative imaging study will provide the desired information), corticosteroid premedication must be provided, if at all feasible. It is also suggested that steroid premedication be given to patients who have had previous mild allergic-like contrast reactions, such as hives, although there is no uniformity of opinion on this issue. Steroid premedication should also be strongly considered in patients with multiple or severe allergies to other agents, and in patients with symptomatic or poorly controlled asthma. Two pretreatment regimens have been widely researched. The first utilizes two oral 32 mg doses of methylprednisolone administered 12 hours and 2 hours before contrast material injection (11), while the second requires administration of 50 mg of prednisone 13 hours, 7 hours, and 1 hour prior to contrast media injection.(12) The latter regimen also usually includes a 1-hour pre-procedural oral dose of 50 mg of diphenhydramine."
 

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