Human Growth Hormone Deficiency Testing
HGH Therapy Doctors and Clinics can Prescribe HGH
Can Injectable HGH Help Increase Low Growth Hormone Levels?
Are you deficient in Human Growth Hormone? If you have menopause or andropause (male menopause) or if you are over the age of 30 to 35 there is a chance you might be deficient in HGH. A simple and fast blood test analysis can confirm if your symptoms are hormone or age related.
Optimal Health Medical Hormone Testing. Our HGH doctors and clinics specializes in Hormone Replacement Therapy HRT for adult men and women over the age of 30 who have symptoms of Andropause, Menopause, or Adult Onset Human Growth Hormone Deficiency (AGHD). The question you need to ask yourself is do you qualify for HGH therapy? In order to get injectable HGH, you will need a doctor’s prescription for growth hormone. Need to get HGH prescribed, visit the section discussing Getting an HGH prescription from your doctor.
GH Deficiency Signs and Symptoms
GH deficiency symptoms are debilitating causing people to seek medical help. Some of the most noticeable symptoms of GH deficiency are extremely low energy levels, loss of sexual desire, increased body fat and excessive weight gain, flabby muscles, bone loss, hot flashes and night sweats, mental confusion and memory loss, dry hair and nails, wrinkled skin, inability to sleep through the night, difficulty in recovering from exercise, joint pain, mood swings and depression. These symptoms can become so severe during menopause and Andropause that patients seek out their doctor’s advice on how to alleviate the symptoms. Many general practitioners don’t have experience treating hormonal imbalance or deficiency and are not aware of the treatment options available to patients like bio-identical human growth hormone replacement therapy or BHRT. Bio-Identical HGH Treatment
Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency Overview
GH deficiency causes signs and symptoms that affect your health and daily life. Do you have or suffer from any of these Hormonal Symptoms?
- Low energy levels, loss of of muscle or strength
- Slow healing and recovery from illness and injuries
- Sleep problems or feeling fatigue all during the day
- Mood swings, memory problems or mental clarity issues
- Slow muscle recovery especially after workouts
- Weight problems including extra body fat around the belly
- Loss of interest in sex, sexual dysfunction or low libido
- Feeling anxious, nervous, witdrawn or depressed for no good reason
If you suffer from any (one or more) of these hormonal symptoms, you may be a potential candidate for Hormone Replacement Therapy with injectable HGH or Testosterone Injections in case of Low Testosterone levels.
We do not provide HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy) for weightlifting purposes, bodybuilders or professional athletes looking to use the bio-identical hormones for sport performance enhancement. Our hormone clinics and HGH doctors only provide HRT health & wellness programs for people who have a genuine medical need, and who genuinely & legitimately would like to overcome any of the health or medical issues listed above in our “Do you have any of these Hormonal Symptoms?” section. Symptoms of Low HGH Levels
Low HGH, Diagnoses and Treatment
Diagnosing Low HGH If you are truly suffering from any of the age related or hormonal imbalance symptoms above and think you might have a human growth hormone or testosterone deficiency, the next step would be for you to get a physical exam and your blood drawn for a blood analysis to determine your HGH and Testosterone levels. If your blood results reflect a hormonal insufficiency or imbalance, you may be a good candidate for HGH Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy with bio-identical hormones. Your doctor will assess your current HGH levels and prescribe the appropriate dose of GH for your treatment program. Only high quality, approved injectable HGH will be prescribed and dispensed legally form a US-based pharmacy to ensure your health and safety. Only order and buy FDA-approved HGH drugs for injection under a licensed doctor’s supervision.
Contact us at Optimal Health Hormone Clinic 1-888-763-4221 if you would like to have a board certified Medical Doctor provide you with a physical exam and have your blood drawn for hormone testing.
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What are the main signs and symptoms of HGH Deficiency?
HGH Deficiency Symptoms that would prompt you to get tested are extreme fatigue, lack of energy, loss of libido, hot flashes, night sweats, muscle and joint pain, rapid weight gain and mood swings. When you hormone levels are low, it takes a toll on you physically, emotionally and mentally. Sexual relations also suffer as HGH is one of the most important endocrine substances supporting sexual desire in men and women. Read more about Human Growth Hormone Levels - Human Growth Hormone Levels
What are the main signs and symptoms of HGH Deficiency?
Hormone Deficiency and Aging
Growth hormone (GH) deficiency is a disorder that involves the pituitary gland which is a small gland located at the base of the brain which produces HGH (growth hormone) and other hormones that stimulate glandular secretions like testosterone, estrogen, melatonin, insulin and others. When the pituitary gland does not produce enough growth hormone, cell growth and regeneration will be slower than normal. In children, growth hormone is needed for normal growth but in adults, growth hormone is needed to maintain proper health. GH regulates body temperature, libido, body fat, muscle strength, sleep, mood and bone mass. In adults, low or lack of growth hormone causes mental and emotional symptoms, such as extreme tiredness, severe mood swings, sadness and lack of motivation. Cholesterol profiles and kidney function are also be affected by insufficient HGH. Adults with growth hormone deficiency usually have a history of pituitary or thyroid dysfunction.
Why take an HGH Deficiency Blood Test
Growth Hormone Insufficiency and Hormone Replacement
Getting an HGH prescription. In order to get a prescription for real human growth hormone legally and safely, you must have a medical need. A properly taken blood test will demonstrate whether a hormone insufficiency exists and help with diagnosing AGHD and formulation of a treatment protocol to safely treat signs and symptoms. Most general medical practitioners do not have the experience to interpret the blood test results and normally an experienced endocrinologist, anti-aging or age management medical doctor is needed to ascertain and assess Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency. Growth Hormone Deficiency