No correction coming from me I think you know more about this HGH than I do.
I don’t know what rad140 is. I do take 20mg of Cardarine every gym day at breakfast so 5 days a week. I really like it. It boost my endurance and time just flies at the gym even though I am blasting with T and moving around some heavy weight. Well heavy for me, haha It also puts my mind into kind of a trance it is hard to explain but it feels good even with all the pain from the weights.
It is a bummer your folks did not notice you had stopped growing in height. As I understand it PCP’s give GH to trigger another growth spurt. Even so it will be interesting to see what it does for you now.
When you get done with Sermorelin 3 months cycles. Digging thru my research notes here is what I have.
Sermorelin monotherapy is commonly prescribed for relatively younger patients who have significant pituitary reserve and only need treatment for a few months, to increase exposure to endogenous hGH
Since Sermorelin eventually down regulates its pituitary receptors and actually “turns off” production of endogenous GHRH due to ultra short feedback and activation of somatostatin neurons in the hypothalamus, its efficacy of slowly lost and recovery is often required for restoration of function.
Recovery may be facilitated by subsequent monotherapy with Ipamorelin which will restore GHRH function and suppress somatostatin activity that is enhanced by Sermorelin therapy.
Ipamorelin monotherapy is also beneficial when provocative testing reveals that pituitary reserve is low, possibly due to hypothalamic deficiency of GHRH and enhancement of somatostatin influence. This condition often occurs at early somatopause and can be treated well with ipamorelin alone.
Administer Sermorelin at 500mcg - 1000mcg qhs for weeks 1-12 followed by ipamorelin at 500mcg qhs for 12 weeks
So I am suggesting you get a couple(2) bottles of ipamorelin (30bucks each same place) and do a 12 week run of it. Then back to 1000mcg of Sermorelin for another 3 months.
You know where to go get a blood test for just this right?