I will only do one cycle to curb the negative side effects like acromegaly and HGH gut.
Good luck in your endeavors but for the love of god dont say this dumb shit any more. [/quote]
In the absence of cartilage where the unfused growth plate should be, the bones increase in thickness and width and contribute to acromegaly which is a common side-effect of exogenous HGH use. Another side effect is increased organ growth, due to its hyperplasic nature.
I will admit I didn’t read enough about HGH when I made this thread a few hours ago, but I’ve just read this one: http://tnation.T-Nation.com/free_online_forum/sports_training_performance_bodybuilding_gear/hgh_information
and it’s highly informative. I realize I have a larger supply of HGH than I thought, and definitely enough for a 5-8mo. cycle. However, in the thread OP mentions “If you are younger than your late 20Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½??s, it would be very wise to enter an HGH cycle under the guidance of an MD, who can monitor and confirm whether your growth plates have fused. While abnormal bone growth with HGH use is not common, if used at the wrong point in your bodyÃ?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½??s development, it could cause disproportionate growth.”
You stated that abnormal bone growth (acromegaly) is a COMMON side effect of gh use.
Then you quoted something saying that abnormal bone growth is NOT common.
Im not looking for an explanation on this stuff. I know it, for the most part. Im telling you that you have plenty more research to do.