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... Hormones have wide ranging effects. Growth hormone should not be taken lightly. Look up acromegaly which is caused by the secretion of excessive growth hormone in an adult usually secondary to a pituitary tumor. ... (5 replies)
... A recent study by Stanford University School of Medicine, published in the Jan. 16 Annals of Internal Medicine, found that giving Human Growth Hormone to the elderly had no effect on bone density. ... (5 replies)
... Look for his post and maybe it can help in some way. I think he posted a couple of months ago. ... (5 replies)

... Progesterone is an unheralded protector of female bones. The hormone stimulates new bone cell growth and at the same time promotes old bone cell removal. By comparison, estrogen slows down both the growth of new bone tissue formation and the removal of old bone. ... (2 replies)
... As for a link between acupuncture Tx for osteoporosis, there really isn't much in the literature. ... (10 replies)
... Aaa-haaa!! Thanks Desertbloom; that "new" site was really good:). I'll try to answer some of your questions if I can remember them; I still haven't figured out how to see the post I'm responding to while typing a reply (I'm not exactly proficient at computer use). I'm not sure how they get a total body reading. The printout gives the grams/sq whatever for each arm, leg,... (12 replies)
... Jenny for your reply. So far we went to see the endo dr two weeks ago after running many test. It only showed that he don't have any malabsorption problems. His growth hormone was normal, his testosterone levels tho are that of a grown man. His bone age is 17 and he is only 14 right now. ... (2 replies)
... I put my thread notice in caps, meaning to yell it out. ... (12 replies)
... I started injecting in January. ... (12 replies)
... C for the treatment of osteoporosis and have completed three Phase I clinical trials. ... (4 replies)
... We start losing bone mass with small "holes" appearing in our bones so that on cross section they look like a sponge. Then the bone mass between these "holes" begins to weaken as well. ... (21 replies)
... So I became really frightened and did some research. Thank goodness I read "The Myth of Osteoporosis" to put things in perspective, but I was still terrified and wanted to do something. ... (12 replies)
... I just found the following on a site and would be interested in hearing from anyone who has experience with this. ... (12 replies)
... on human growth hormone. ... (21 replies)
... My vitamin company has a warning in their catalog not to take their calcium supplements at the same time as their magnesium supplements, I always take them separately. ... (9 replies)
... miles a day and weight lifting approx 5 times a week with 7 pound hand weights. Yet, with this program my body isn't showing much in the way of muscular development as I would have expected. ... (6 replies)
... Hi. I saw your post about having osteoporosis at age 30. I am a 27 year old male with osteoporosis so your not alone. ... (9 replies)
... i.e. even someone with "normal" BMD would, in all likelihood, have suffered the same fate given the circumstances. ... (19 replies)
... I never used bisphosphonates but started the strontium immediately following an unsuccessful treatment with growth hormone. So far, no side effects from the strontium. ... (19 replies)
... I know this is an old thread, but I can relate to this! I had osteoporosis before I became anorexic though. I was diagnosed with it in 2006 by dexa scan one year after a full hysterectomy and loss of both ovaries. ... (3 replies)




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