I’m taking 2 iu/day, I inject just before sleeping.
Your numbers are on 2 different ranges. The first one seems fine on that specific range but the range seems weird. For ex I’ll get the same Free T measurements on Quest and Labcorp labs, but Quest’s range is only up to 15.5 ng/dL whereas Labcorp goes up to 25 ng/dL.
Since I’m getting the same number on both though, it’s clearly not the case in my experience at least that you’ll be at an equivalent percentile on different lab ranges. So it seems that Quest’s range is just really low.
I’m not sure it’s the same for IGF-1, but 241 seems very low unless you’re 70yo or something. The second range (53-331) is the one I see more often, and it correlates with most ranges you can find online for a ~30yo man if you look around, so that’s the one I use and I shoot for top-ish of the range.
Personally I think 147 ng/dL is low, and it’s clearly below average on that range. I don’t know how old you are but I believe the vast majority of men in their late 30’s and older would benefit greatly from GH supplementation.
Even if you’re younger, knowing what I know now and with that IGF-1 measurement, I would definitely supplement it.
You could take another measurement on the second range for confirmation.
Personally GH has made a huge difference in my quality of life. Workouts are at a whole other level, fat loss is like when I was 20yo, sex drive skyrocketed to almost too much honestly, and I’m just happier in general; my baseline mood is way up.
If you can get a script for pharma GH I highly recommend it