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Spinal Stenosis and HgH

dieselbuilder

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hey fellas, quick question for anyone who might know. I was just diagnosed with mild lumbar spinal stenosis. Nothing too bad, but I believe it was caused by some trauma, but thats a seperate story. Anyway, I was wondering if Hgh could possibly help this sort of thing or make it worse?

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You're dealing with a narrowing of the spine that is impinging on the spinal cord. I don't see how hgh would help that at all.
 

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You're dealing with a narrowing of the spine that is impinging on the spinal cord. I don't see how hgh would help that at all.
i forgot to ask also, could it hurt the condition?
Thanks again
 

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I can tell you it won't improve the condition.
 

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I believe they have a minimally invasive surgery to fix that condition...I believe pro golfer Mark Jacobsen had it done outta florida said it saved his life....
 

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I believe they have a minimally invasive surgery to fix that condition...I believe pro golfer Mark Jacobsen had it done outta florida said it saved his life....
depends on a few factors.....could be a simple laminectomy that you could consider minimally invasive up to or in addition to a fusion.
 

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This is a very good question.

Spinal stenosis is essentially overgrowth of bone causing narrowing of the spinal canal. Could GH cause further overgrowth? It seems lgoically possible, but nothing to do with the human body is ever logical, so I think it is an open question.
 

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This is a very good question.

Spinal stenosis is essentially overgrowth of bone causing narrowing of the spinal canal. Could GH cause further overgrowth? It seems lgoically possible, but nothing to do with the human body is ever logical, so I think it is an open question.
Yes, bone and/or tissue. But then again, it is usually caused by trauma, so Id have to think that it wouldn't further the growth....
 

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Yes, bone and/or tissue. But then again, it is usually caused by trauma, so Id have to think that it wouldn't further the growth....
it's NOT usually caused by trauma its a degenerative condition of the spine.
 

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it's NOT usually caused by trauma its a degenerative condition of the spine.
Right. sorry. misheard my doc the first time. He said its very mild and that when I hurt my back I caused a tissue buildup that started the symptoms. He said that they should subside and I will be able to slowly go back to what I was doing before.
 

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it's NOT usually caused by trauma its a degenerative condition of the spine.
degenerative conditions are caused by trauma....Stenosis can also be congenital, he may have been born with it!
 

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degenerative conditions are caused by trauma....Stenosis can also be congenital, he may have been born with it!
I'll bite what typical trauma causes ?
 

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I'll bite what typical trauma causes ?
You name it Lex....car accidents, lifting injuries, falling, repetetive usage. All trauma, big ones at one incident or small micro traumas over the course of time will lead to degenerative changes. It is not uncommon to x-ray a 40 plus and not see the beginings of degeneration.
 

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