Reply To: Need to learn as much as I can about HGH
Written by Yoursider on . Posted in
hey there, as I said in my previous post there is something very important you’ve got to know, first and foremost it is the fact that I am not an expert, not a doctor, professional and nor I am an experienced HGH user this is the reason you must pay attention to a lot of things yourself and which is why it is important to talk to other people, to your doctor as well as to do your research first! I have mentioned this – I am new to HGH treatment, I am just doing my homework prior to what the doctor or anybody else is saying, I am trying to be prepared for everything and to know what to expect. I have received all of my HGH Omnitrope, alcohol swabs, needles and so on and so forth. but even with all of my research done, with all the talking I have had with different people and all my preparation for taking it… I am still quite afraid and have not started to use it, yet… it has been approximately one week and I am still thinking. the reason is very simple, I just want to think about all the cons and pros so I want to weigh them, to be sure what I am doing as well as I want to be sure that I really want to do it. it is all a hard work in my opinion. I don’t want to make any mistakes, although I do realize that regardless of how much I am trying, I might do some. and plus, I am thinking whether or not to try it even though I know that I have been diagnosed with a deficiency… the reason is that I am still really afraid of some serious side effects that may occur and ruin my life, making me feel even worse than now, prior to start taking it. so that is what I am planning to do and that is why I recommend you to do too: just take it slow, you’ve got to make sure that this is what you really want to do… exactly as I am thinking now. if you really think that it is worth it and you really want it then start and take it very slowly. plus to that, if your body is able to produce it on its own (unfortunately, my body isn’t) then you may not need the needle injection of HGH at all (there are tests you should do in order to find this out). if your body is able then you must know that there are also several pills that spike your own HGH levels, I have been tested and I have failed, unfortunately, because I would really wish I haven’t. and so, now, I do know that my system is messed up and this is why I do know that I need the injections, and maybe I need them for the rest of my life. and yeah, by the way, just out of curiosity, where do you live? I mean, in what country, I am from the US…
anyway, in regards of your question to determine the cancer existence there are a few tests… s
one of the most known test is Complete blood count (in short you may find it as CBC). so, this common blood test is measuring the amount of different and various types of blood cells in a sample of your blood. when you do this test, blood cancers may be detected using this test if there are too many or maybe too few of a certain type of blood cell or maybe some kind of abnormal cells are found in your blood. if you do get as a result that you do have cancer then a bone marrow biopsy may help you to confirm the diagnosis of a blood cancer.
there is also another test, the blood protein testing. this is a test that is designed to check out and examine different proteins in your blood (electrophoresis, search in google if you are interested) can aid in detecting some certain abnormal immune system proteins (immunoglobulins) that sometimes, they are being elevated in those people with multiple myeloma. and then again, some other tests like for example the one that I mentioned earlier, such as bone marrow biopsy, they are being used in order to confirm a suspected diagnosis. so, most likely, if they do find something then they are going to make a repetitive (other) test in order to make sure that the cancer diagnosis is true.
another test is tumor marker tests. the tumor markers are those chemicals that are made by tumor cells that are able to be detected in your blood if there are found some. however the thing is that tumor markers are also being produced by some normal cells in your body either and so the levels also may be significantly elevated in the non cancerous conditions. this is the reason why it is limiting the potential for the tumor marker tests in order to help in diagnosis cancer. this test is being used, but it is not considered to be really exact. the best way to use tumor markers in diagnosis cancer has not been determined yet and so, the use of some of the tumor marker tests it is still nowadays controversial. the examples of tumor markers are including prostate specific antigen (PSA) for prostate cancer, the cancer antigen 125 (CA 125) for the ovarian cancer, calcitonin for medullary thyroid cancer, alpha fetoprotein (AFP) for liver cancer as well as human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) for germ cell tumors like for example the ovarian cancer and the testicular cancer.
one more test (I’m sure that there must be a lot of other tests, but these are just a few) it is circulating tumor cell tests. there are some experimental blood tests that are being developed in order to find those cells that have broken away from an original cancer site and are floating in your bloodstream. however the problem is that even nowadays, more research is needed in order to fully understand how those tests are able to help doctors to diagnose the advanced cancers. so that’s pretty much it in regards of cancer diagnose testing. I really hope that you will do this test just to be sure and most important is that I hope they are not gonna find anythign. again, wishing you good luck and hoping you are gonna be all safe. best wishes!