Is There Such a Thing as Too Much HGH?

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on September 17th, 2023
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Hi, Tom here. I've got a friend named Bugsy who I talk to a lot at the
local bar. I've told Bugsy about my HGH therapy and how it's really helped me in my life. Bugsy says he has a plan that will let me continue my therapy and enjoy my improved health, but also generate a
significant income for both of us. -- and help other people who need
extra HGH too. Bugsy told me as follows: "All you have to do is fib a
little. Tell the docs at the clinic your bad symptoms are worse than they
really are, so that they will double your HGH prescription. Then just take your regular amount, and I can find customers who'll pay plenty for the
extra. Everybody wins!" Should I take Bugsy's advice?

Absolutely not. It's important to prioritize your health and follow medical advice provided by qualified healthcare professionals. The suggestion your friend Bugsy has given you could potentially be harmful, unethical, and illegal.

1. Health Risks: Adjusting your medication dosage without proper medical supervision can have serious health risks. Only your healthcare provider has the expertise to determine the appropriate dosage for your specific medical condition. If you lie to your physician, he will not be able to adjust your dosage over time as he normally would. Just saying “I’ll just take my regular amount” is no good: the “regular amount” may vary over time, based on truthful reporting of your condition to your doctor.
2. Unethical Behavior: Providing false information to healthcare professionals in order to obtain more medication than you need is also unethical and will compromise your integrity. It's important to be honest with your healthcare providers about your symptoms and follow their guidance.
3. Illegal Activities: Engaging in activities that involve selling prescription medications without proper authorization is illegal and can have legal consequences for you and those involved.
Even if your friend Bugsy is the one doing the actual selling, you are also committing a serious crime by providing him with improperly obtained HGH.
4. Patient Safety: Patients should always prioritize their own safety and the safety of others.
Manipulating prescriptions and medications can have serious consequences for the well-being of individuals who require accurate medical treatment. And it’s not only you who can be hurt.
The people buying the illegally obtained HGH have no prescriptions, so no one knows what their dosage – if any – should really be. Their health may be seriously harmed by such practices. You don’t want to be a part of that.
5. Trusting Medical Professionals: Building a trusting relationship with your healthcare provider is crucial for receiving appropriate medical care. Following their advice and recommendations is in your best interest. Lying to your doctor – for any reason whatsoever – is wrong and can be very dangerous indeed for your health.

If you believe you need a change in your medication or treatment plan, it's important to discuss this with your physician at our clinic openly and honestly. We can evaluate your needs and adjust your treatment plan based on medical expertise. Engaging in activities that compromise your health, ethics, and legality is not advisable. Don’t do it!

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