I hate to break it to you, but just because YOU want a cosmetic change to your body, does not mean that a Dr is going to pander to your desire and givr you expensive, possibly damaging drugs to do so.
I suspect the only option will be to self-medicate, and unlike one guy here who did that at your age, you display a serious lack of knowledge about the drugs in question, so whereas I advised him, I wouldn’t advise you.
Finally, you are absolutely correct that the desire to have more/harder/fuller muscles and the desire to be taller are equitable. Let me ask you this: how many people ask their Dr to give them steroids because they want to be bigger/stronger/faster and how many of these do you think actually get what they want from their Dr?
None? A very few? Less than 0.01% I would wager.
Drs simply cannot justify the use of GH/AAS when there is no real need. Being bigger or taller, when you are not medically undersized or of short stature (dwarvism) is not a health concern.
You managed to turn it into a very “superficial desire” but its actually not, given the circumstances.
About the drugs being “expensive” I think thats not a point.
“Possibly damaging”. The use of antibiotics to treat a simple tonsillitis can be possibly damaging, or any other medication. Thats why he went to a specialist, he wont just give him what he asks and thats it.
I assure you that his first concern is my health and he wouldnt do something that is not worth the risks, not only because of me but also because of his career and the damage it would do to it.
I think that the “desire to have more/harder/fuller muscles and the desire to be taller” are equitable only for this example. But not from a Doctors perspective.
Steroids are not the only way to become “bigger/stronger/faster”, but in My case the use of drugs are the only way for me to achieve the height I want. And you can become “bigger/faster/stronger” at any point of your life, naturally, for height thats not the case.
And about the same example: you picked steroids because they relate to my case in that both will change ones appearance, but that “protocol” of “Less than 0.01%” getting what they want from their doctor would also be true for pain killers, anti-depressant or any other drug that is often abused.
Is not a physical health concern but in can be a matter of metal health concern.
And thanks for wishing me Good Luck.
(By: Velas. He couldnt post and pm`d me the text) Dont get use to it or Ill start charging.