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How HGH is good for the Body?

Hello Dr, I was watching Dr and he saying how HGH was Good for the Body. I guess I went to the wrong site at first and found PGH on a steroid site.(Bad new, So I left) PGH i did know what it was so I looked it up one of the side effects was a brain bleed . This product Genf20 is HGH and is on the market approved and selling on amazon, etc. Its not a steriod . Will this cause hard (as in a brain bleed) They claim it has no side effects cause it is all natural. Many people are taking it has great reviews and great results with no side effects. Your opinion please as an expert Thank you, B
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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No medication without prescription from astandard doctor is advisable as there can be tremendous irrecoverable harm done.Don't fall for the cue from others taking it as no two patients body chemistry is same , thing benefiting one person may not be suitable to next as his body shape, size, pathology, physiology may be different
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