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    petal2010 posted:
    I had a call about using the HGH today. This is putting drops under your tongue. I would like to know if anyone has tried this. I'm thinking maybe it works for some people and not for others from reading about it on Web MD. Please. please give me a reply if you know anything about good about HGH. Thank You
    petal2010
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    katmandulou responded:
    Hi petal2010 and welcome!

    Be very careful when someone tells you they can cure or alleviate the symptoms with something as powerful as Human Growth Hormone. I don't think you should try anything called a hormone without your doc's knowledge and approval.

    See the article here:
    http://www.webmd.com/fitness-exercise/human-growth-hormone-hgh

    Lou


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