View Full Version : Male vs Female GH Serum testing and time off between brands?

03-28-2017, 01:06 PM
Wife and I have both been running Nuptropin for a few weeks. I believe she is on 2.5 weeks at 1.5iu a day and I have been running 4ius a day for 5 or 6 weeks (I have used 13 vials each being 12ius a piece).

I feel pretty good on it. Lots of lethargy, some aches and pains in my joints, pins and needles in my hands and SEVERE BP spikes which I am assuming is from water retention (woke up to 148/99 the other morning. Popped a few lasix and was fine the next morning)

We decided to do some HGH serum testing since a part of my order from Iron Lion touched down yesterday. She was going to pin a vial of Nuptropin (12iu's) and I was going to pin a bottle of the Puretropin (10ius) before we went in. I figure its a stupid question, but I should have no problem with doing this right? I know HGH Serum fluctuates quickly and the IGF-1 levels are what take weeks to raise, but I just wanted to make sure I wasn't fucking something up by doing several weeks of Nuptropin and then getting a serum test of the Puretropin.

Also there shouldn't be any issue with my wife doing a serum test of HGH correct? Again I would assume there would be no major difference, but seeing as most women need next to no GH to see significant changes compared to men, perhaps there is a heightened response to GH? Would it be a better choice for me to just do a serum test on the Nuptropin and then do a serum test on the Puretropin later?

03-29-2017, 04:22 AM
Here you go, elit3keread . . . https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10614529

03-29-2017, 04:23 AM
serum GH usually starts to rise after 2 hours, peaks by 4 or 6 hours and drops back to near baseline levels 12 hours after s.c. GH administration. Same link

03-29-2017, 12:08 PM
Ripped. Thanks man. Figured that was the case as far as not causing issues but knowing my luck it would be one small detail that I missed and I wind up wasting a bottle of growth

03-31-2017, 03:50 PM
Same link
Subq is going to be different from IM in case anyone is wondering.