HGH In Depth Discussion
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The dosage of human growth hormone (HGH) is typically expressed in milligrams (mg) rather than international units (IU). To calculate the dosage of HGH for a person weighing 70 kg, you would use the following formula:
Dosage (mg) = Weight (kg) x Dosage (mg/kg)
So for a 70 kg person with a dosage calculation of 0.015 mg/kg, the dosage would be:
Dosage (mg) = 70 kg x 0.015 mg/kg = 1.05 mg
To calculate the dosage of human growth hormone (HGH) in international units (IU) for a person weighing 70 kg using Somatropin 191aa, which contains 15 IU per 5 mg, you would use the following formula:
Dosage (IU) = Dosage (mg) x Conversion Factor (IU/mg)
To determine the dosage in mg, you would use the following formula:
Dosage (mg) = Weight (kg) x Dosage (mg/kg)
So for a 70 kg person with a dosage calculation of 0.015 mg/kg, the dosage in mg would be:
Dosage (mg) = 70 kg x 0.015 mg/kg = 1.05 mg
Using the conversion factor of 3 IU per 1 mg, the dosage in IU would be:
Dosage (IU) = 1.05 mg x 3 IU/mg = 3.15 IU
It’s important to note that the appropriate dosage of HGH will depend on a variety of factors, including the individual’s age, weight, and specific medical condition. It’s important to follow your healthcare provider’s instructions and not to take more or less HGH than prescribed.
The treatment protocol for the TRIIM study recommends a dosage of 0.015 mg/kg of HGH for a person weighing 70 kg. This translates to a dosage of 1.29 mg or 3.15 IU, depending on the specific formulation and conversion factor used. The protocol recommends injecting 3.15 IU of HGH 4 times per week for one week and then adding DHEA (50 mg daily) the next week. The following week, the same doses of HGH and DHEA are combined with metformin (500 mg daily). In addition, the protocol recommends taking 3,000 IU of vitamin D3 and 50 mg of elemental zinc daily. This treatment should be ongoing for one year.
For the duration of treatment with Somatropin 191aa Canada using a dosage of 3.15 IU 4 times per week, you would first need to determine the total weekly dosage by multiplying the dosage per injection by the number of injections per week. In this case, the total weekly dosage would be 3.15 IU x 4 injections/week = 12.6 IU.
To determine the total number of weeks that treatment with 150 IU would last, you would divide the total dosage by the weekly dosage. In this case, the treatment would last for:
Duration (weeks) = Total Dosage (IU) / Weekly Dosage (IU)
Duration (weeks) = 150 IU / 12.6 IU/week = 11.9 weeks
To determine the total dosage for a 6-month treatment, you would multiply the weekly dosage by the number of weeks in 6 months:
Total Dosage (IU) = Weekly Dosage (IU) x Number of Weeks in 6 Months
Total Dosage (IU) = 12.6 IU/week x 26 weeks/6 months = 318.6 IU
The TRIM study is a clinical trial that aims to investigate the effects of a human growth hormone (HGH) treatment on aging in healthy older adults. To assess the impact of HGH on various biomarkers of aging, the study protocol includes blood work and biological age monitoring using epigenetic “clocks.”
Before starting treatment, it is strongly recommended to undergo pretreatment baseline blood work to assess overall health and establish a baseline for monitoring throughout the treatment. This blood work should include a complete blood count (CBC), comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP), lipid panel, thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) test, iron panel, vitamin D test, and testosterone hormone tests.
These tests include:
Complete blood count (CBC): This test measures the number and types of cells in the blood, including red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.
Comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP): This test measures the levels of various substances in the blood, including electrolytes (such as sodium and potassium), glucose (sugar), and liver and kidney function tests.Lipid panel: This test measures the levels of cholesterol and other fats in the blood.
Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) test: This test measures the levels of thyroid-stimulating hormone in the blood to assess thyroid function.
Iron panel: This test measures the levels of iron in the blood to assess iron stores and the body’s ability to transport oxygen.
Vitamin D test: This test measures the levels of vitamin D in the blood to assess bone health and immune function.
Testosterone hormone tests: to assess the levels of hormones such as testosterone in the blood.
I am writing to request a prescription for the following laboratory tests as part of my participation in the Trim anti-aging protocol. These tests are necessary for baseline evaluation and ongoing monitoring of my health and wellness during the course of the treatment.
Complete Blood Count (CBC)
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP)
Vitamin D level
Hormone panel (testosterone, estrogen, progesterone)
Iron panel (ferritin, iron, transferrin)
In addition, I will be undergoing epigenetic “clock” testing at regular intervals throughout the year to track the progress of the treatment and monitor changes in my biological age.
I understand the importance of these tests in ensuring the safety and effectiveness of the treatment, and I appreciate your cooperation in helping me to obtain them.
Thank you in advance for your assistance.
In addition, it is strongly recommended to undergo an epigenetic clock testing service before starting treatment and again at 6 months and the year marker. Epigenetic clocks, also known as molecular age markers, are measurements that use changes in DNA methylation patterns over time to estimate biological age. These clocks have been used in clinical studies to assess the impact of interventions on biological age and to identify potential markers of aging. There are a number of companies that offer epigenetic clock testing services.
TruDiagnostic is a company that offers biological age testing kits using epigenetic technology. Their TruAge test analyzes a blood sample at 850,000 loci, or locations where DNA expression gets flipped on or off, using computer learning and artificial intelligence to determine areas of focus. The test results are returned in a detailed 85+ page report that includes insights into risks and areas to prioritize for reversing biological age, as well as tips for improving it. The TruAge test is available globally and is HIPAA-compliant, with a price of $499. You can use the code URBAN for a 12% discount.
TruDiagnostic also offers a budget-friendly alternative called TruAge PACE, which provides a stripped-down version of the original TruAge test that is easier to interpret. The PACE test includes information on pace of aging and telomere length, and results are returned even faster than the original TruAge test. The PACE test uses the same technology and algorithms as the TruAge test and is also available globally and HIPAA-compliant, with a price of $229. You can use the code URBAN for a 12% discount on this test as well.
This is a list of HGH products with their prices in USD:
Pfizer Genotropin GoQuick 12mg 36IU: $435.22
Somatropin 191aa Canada 150 IU: $715.22
Novo Nordisk Norditropin NordiFlex HGH 15mg 45 IU: $495.22
Omnitrope Sandoz HGH 15mg 45 IU SurePal: $465.22
MerckSerono Saizen cartridge 12mg (36 IU): $291.22
Somatropin 191aa Canada Peptides 75 IU Set: $319.00
ZPHC Pharmaceutical ZPtrop 80 IU Set: $378.02
Novo Nordisk Norditropin NordiFlex HGH 5mg 15 IU: $231.42
Pharmatropin 100 IU Pharmacom Labs: $291.22
Somatropin Nordex Liquid HGH 100 IU: $348.22
Hydro 50 IU Liquid HGH: $191.22
Omnitrope Sandoz HGH 30 IU (Liquid HGH, cartridge): $378.02
Neofin Aqua Liquid 102 IU (Liquid HGH): $378.02
EPF Somatoged 100 IU (Liquid HGH): $378.02
ZPHC Pharmaceutical ZPtropin 120 IU: $484.22
For a detailed list of these products, please visit the webpage here: https://explorerspod.com/hgh-product-list/
Shipping HGH in the US
When shipping human growth hormone (HGH) in the US, it is important to provide a letter for customs, mail delivery, airport, and airline security staff regarding the transport of your medicine. This letter should include information on the specific HGH product, the patient’s name and the need for daily injections to maintain the patient’s health. It should also note that HGH medication is affected by extreme temperatures and should not be stored in checked luggage.
Additionally, the letter should confirm that the patient has a legitimate medical need for the medication and that it is being used in accordance with a valid prescription. It is the responsibility of the patient or caregiver to ensure compliance with any applicable laws and regulations regarding the transport of prescription medications.
Here is an example of a letter that can be provided:
To Whom It May Concern:
(Patient’s name) is currently a patient in my care and is being treated with growth hormone injections with (HGH product name) injection. This patient needs to inject growth hormone daily in order to maintain his/her health. This person, parent, or caregiver will therefore be carrying one or more of the following items:
(HGH product name) delivery pen(s)
Biohazard container(s) for waste disposal
It should also be noted that growth hormone medication is affected by extreme temperatures and therefore should not be stored in checked luggage. Please allow (patient’s name) to pass through security and board his/her flight with his/her growth hormone and supplies.
For questions about (HGH product name), please contact (manufacturer’s contact information). Please contact my office if you have any patient-specific questions.
I am writing to confirm that (patient’s name) has a legitimate medical need for this medication and that it is being used in accordance with a valid prescription. Please allow (patient’s name) or their caregiver to carry and use this medication as needed during travel.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation in this matter.
It is important to note that this letter is just a general outline and that the specific information and language may vary depending on the specific circumstances and needs of the patient. It is also worth noting that the transport of prescription medications, including growth hormone, may be subject to certain laws and regulations, and it is the responsibility of the patient or caregiver to ensure that they are in compliance with these regulations.
In terms of purchasing and shipping HGH to the US, I can offer you a 6-month supply of Somatropin 191aa Canada 375 IU for a total of 25 vials. The price for this would be $2,117.68, with a shipping cost of $45.00 and a shipping time of 7-10 business days. If you decide to purchase a 1-year supply, I can offer you a 10% discount.
Storage, Reconstitution, and Injection of GH
Unreconstituted growth hormone vials should generally be stored under refrigeration but may be kept at room temperature for short periods, for example, while shipping.
Vials of GH are reconstituted with a convenient amount of bacteriostatic, sterile, or sterile saline water for injection. For example, an 8 IU vial can conveniently be diluted with 0.8 mL or 1.0 mL of water. In the first instance, each 0.1 mL, which is marked “10 IU” on an insulin syringe, will provide 1 IU of GH. This would allow easy calculation for any injection amount.
Other amounts of water, such as 1.0 mL, may also be used.
A problem with using small amounts of water can be that after drawing everything possible from a vial, a substantial percentage of it may remain, causing significant loss of GH. The loss can be about 10%.
One solution is this: Reconstitute your next vial by first adding the needed amount of water to the near-empty vial, then drawing it, and finally adding to the new vial. This will transfer nearly all the remaining GH to the new vial. There is no need to worry about resulting dosing error: over time everything averages out.
If that method does not appeal, another solution is to use a larger amount of water for reconstitution. For example, 2.4 mL of water can be used for an 8 IU vial. Each 0.3 mL of injection then provides 1 IU. And if the last 0.1 mL cannot be drawn from the vial, this is them only about a 4% loss. That’s still a waste, but it’s much reduced compared to reconstituting with less water.
Reconstituted vials should always be refrigerated, although a vial accidentally left at room temperature for a single day need not be discarded, if completely confident about its sterility.
Injection is typical with an insulin syringe, and is intramuscular (IM) or subcutaneous. As a personal opinion, IM is better as the delivery is a little faster, better matching natural release of GH. Intravenous injection provides even faster delivery of course but as personal opinion is not worth the added trouble.