Igf-1 bloods question

Discussion in 'Human Growth Hormone and Peptides' started by jJjburton, Oct 22, 2019.

  1. jJjburton

    jJjburton Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    So if my baseline was at 218 igf-1.

    would 3 iu be enought to surpass that number. I dont want to take hgh and get the same igf1 or thats pointless.
     
  2. Mighty-mouse

    Mighty-mouse Member

    It should. Have you ever done growth before to get reference? If not I would dose it at 3iu a day and pull bloods 3-4 weeks after starting. It all depends on how your body response to it. Everybody metabolizes differently.

    So to speak if I did 3iu and score 4’s you may score high 2’s or vise versa. Hope that helps
     
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  3. jJjburton

    jJjburton Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    Ok so i have never ran hgh before my baseline is 218.
     
  4. jJjburton

    jJjburton Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    I will indeed get bloods like you said. At 3iu then.
     
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  5. Mighty-mouse

    Mighty-mouse Member

    My baseline 6 months off I believe was 250’s so I as well have high levels myself. I would still run it and pull bloodwork 3 iu of good growth should bring those numbers up higher than baseline
     
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  6. jJjburton

    jJjburton Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    So does igf1 return to how they were originally. Unlike test where you cant recover really.
     
  7. Mighty-mouse

    Mighty-mouse Member

    I’m not sure about that. I would think with age and consumption with your body relying on what you are injecting could hurt your baseline over time. This is why I buy a shit ton just in case lol
     
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  8. Black Beard

    Black Beard Junior Member


    Expected increase per 1 IU is 100 ng/mL of IGF-1, so 3 IU should get you somewhere around 300 ng/mL, more or less.

    Certain things like poor nutrition, SERM use, tren/deca and other things can lower the IGF-1 increase. HGH tells the liver and other tissues to produce IGF-1. If you have compromised liver health from hepatitis/alcohol or medication abuse, IGF-1 levels can be negatively affected.
     
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