How to Get a doctor to Prescribe HGH or Sermorelin

Posted on September 2, 2015 by:

 

How to Get a Doctor to Write a HGH Prescription

Both Human Growth Hormone (HGH) and the Growth Releasing Factor (GRF) Sermorelin injections can have tremendous effects on the human metabolism. Those suffering from hormone deficiencies find these injections can improve the quality of their life in many ways. In order to access these injections, a doctor must write a legitimate HGH prescription. There are a few steps that this process entails. No doctor is going to offer a prescription for HGH or Sermorelin without being absolutely sure the prescription is necessary and legitimate.

Finding a reputable physician who does the necessary work required to write prescription is the first step to take. As part of the examination, this doctor will order certain tests to reveal information regarding HGH levels.

In order to get a doctor to write a HGH prescription, an IGF-1 blood test must be performed. This is not a traditional blood test. Rather, it is one that screens the growth hormone levels in the blood. The IGF-1 factor in the blood can be determined to be high or low based on this test. If the levels are such that an injection of HGH or Sermorelin is necessary, then a prescription may be written.

A Growth Hormone Panel can also be utilized to test the level of testosterone, Human Growth Hormone, and IGF‐1 in the blood. An HGH prescription might be written based on the results of this test. Obviously, if there are deficiencies, a prescription might be the best solution.

For those who are not approved for an HGH prescription, there are natural alternatives available.

 

 

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