The Cost of HGH Therapy
After my video about the cost of Testosterone Replacement Therapy, I was asked by multiple people to do a video on the cost of HGH. Since I’m such a good listener, you asked… I delivered. Prepare for sticker shock as this stuff is pretty pricey. Welcome to The Cost of HGH Therapy through a licensed physician with pharmaceutical grade HGH.
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Happy morning, afternoon, or evening YouTube! And for the trolls, happy 3 am! Now I did a video last week on the cost of Testosterone Replacement Therapy. That prompted quite a few of you to ask me to do a video on the cost of HGH as well. This shows you that I’m a very good listener, despite what my wife says. So in an effort to provide educational information, while not wasting your valuable time, I say let’s do this and find out what HGH Therapy costs.
You probably didn’t know it, but It’s your lucky day because I actually got my next three month supply of Hormone Replacement Therapy in the mail yesterday and I filmed the unboxing. You might have noticed that I said, “Hormone Replacement Therapy”, which encompasses both Testosterone and HGH. I won’t go over the price of TRT because I covered that in my last video, but I’ll still show you the components.
I have to make the disclaimer that the FDA does not recognize
My personal HGH Therapy protocol
First, we need to cover my personal HGH protocol because that’s obviously going to be my recommendation. If I thought there was a better solution out there, I’d be on it. I use 1.5 IU’s of Omnitrope. I go 5 days on and 2 days off. I’ve been asked the question of why I don’t take HGH every day, and it’s a valid question. I actually asked the anti-aging clinic the exact same question about 6 months ago. I even told them I’d pay for the extra 2 days of medication. Now let’s understand that most Anti-Aging Clinics would sell their own mother for a dollar. So I have to lend credence to their answer, which was, “Your body needs 2 days off to produce HGH on its own.” Now I know there will be people out there that say there’s no supporting evidence for this. I’m going to say it again… the Anti-Aging Clinic would not take my money… given that, I’m personally going to believe em’ on this one. Besides, when you initially start HGH Therapy, you can’t wait to do your next shot. You’re like a kid on Christmas. You want the benefits and you want them NOW. I actually bought a small refrigerator, put it next to my bed, filled an insulin syringe with HGH every night, and had it ready for my next injection. I’d wake up to go to the bathroom around 3 am… every night like clockwork. And that’s when I’d take my shot. That’s the only thing I’ve ever kept in that entire refrigerator… one single syringe of HGH at a time. Unfortunately, I found that when I took the shot at 3 am, I kind of woke up a little more than I wanted to and sometimes it was difficult to get back to sleep. So now I take my shot when I wake up to start the day, which is around 5 am. I still won’t eat for a couple of hours after my injection though. Now Fast forward from day 1 to day 248 of HGH and I’m feeling amazing. If all I did for the rest of my life was maintain where I am right now, I’d be fine with that. So at this point, whether or not I go 5 days on and 2 days off… or 7 days straight… it really doesn’t matter anymore. Plus, I’m saving about $100 a week by taking two days off.
Bioidentical Hormone used in HGH Therapy
Now, why do I prefer Omnitrope? Because it’s a bioidentical hormone. Meaning it’s identical to the HGH produced by my body. Very similar to how Testosterone injections are bioidentical. Your body doesn’t know the difference between the compound injected and its own natural production. Your body simply sees that all of a sudden… there’s more HGH floating around. This is different from compounds like Sermorelin, which are secretagogues. They stimulate your pituitary gland to produce more if its own HGH. They basically ASK your body to produce more HGH. The reason I’d rather take the bioidentical hormone is I feel better knowing the exact increase in HGH that I’m getting. When you take a compound like Sermorelin, I don’t feel like it’s nearly as precise, since your body will produce whatever extra it decides to produce… if it decides to produce any extra at all. With Omnitrope, I know my body just got 1.5 IU’s… whether it thought I needed it or not.
So how do you take HGH Therapy?
HGH is injected subcutaneously, usually in your stomach. You use a small insulin needle for the injection. 1.5 IU’s of Omnitrope is the equivalent of 10 ticks on an insulin syringe… so it’s not a large amount of liquid at all. HGH takes about 3 months before you’ll see any truly noticeable benefits. That could be sooner or later, based upon how your body reacts to the hormone. You can expect to be on it for about 6 months before you experience all of the benefits. HGH rebuilds you from the inside out so it’s going to take a while to notice results. So be patient. One of the good things about HGH is that all of the rebuilding of cells that happens when you’re taking it… those will still remain even if you stop. What I’m saying is if your body makes a new cell, it’s not going to “un-make” it if you quit HGH.
Since I can’t think of anything else to tell you about HGH, let’s watch the unboxing of roughly $3,500 in Hormone Replacement Therapy supplies. Keep in mind, this shipment will run me for around of 3 months.
So there you have it. As I’ve said multiple times, you’re looking at roughly $1,000 a month for HGH Therapy by itself. You’re looking at around $1,200 for HGH with Testosterone and its supporting components.
That’s it for this video. Questions, Comments, Suggestions… put em below.
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