Reply To: GH serum test might be faked with peptides?
Written by LoerronR on . Posted in
well, not actually to be honest. I’m talking about this:
Umm, can you elaborate a little bit more on what you said, please? What I’m trying to say is that from as much as I know, the GH serum test should only measure the GH and the GH only, no?
The GH serum test isn’t actually looking for exogenous GH. In fact, you’re able to get a pretty large serum spike from the peptides and it is going to show up on your GH serum, however due to the fact that there are short pulses of the peptides, they do not actually raise your IGF levels too much. With this being said I think that the best way that you can do to test the GH it is to get a GH serum as well as IGF test in case they are both elevated then there’s a pretty good chance that your GH is real. And plus to that, I can also mention in regards to this:
Well, in the time that the IGF 1 can be faked with the IGF1 LR3 as well as some other peptides out there or even hormones that do influence the IGF 1 levels.
Once again, but, unfortunately, you’re being wrong again and that’s due to the fact that the LR3 is not going to show up on the IGF tests.