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Oral HGH is a waste of money. DHEA will stimulate testosterone & is a cheap OTC supplement. The glucagon stimulation test is the gold standard for detecting HGH deficiency.

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GenF20™ Look Younger, Feel Younger, Stay Younger With HGH


GenF20™ Look Younger, Feel Younger, Stay Younger With HGH

32 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing your experience on hormone therapies. There are a lot of misleading information concerning hormone therapy in the supplement market. I wish those things were regulated. Much love Hyapatia

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  2. The ppl paying. 47 k might have to get some bgh at the back of the gym from vinny the squid. πŸ˜‚

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  3. You are better than a doctorπŸ˜‰

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  4. HGH hormone sometimes provoque heart failure and liver problems, i know several MLB players who are friends of mine and say its got people body and makes them fragile, with blood clots in all their body and some got to retire due to paralysis of their bodies... Also wrestlers and other sport players suffers craziness and mental changes of behavior and even kill their spouses and children like Benoit the WWE wrestler...

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  5. wowwwwww 62????? but you look like 35 years old, maybe its the genetics!!! you looks adorable and also looks fresh and full of life, i really appreciate you

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  6. Mighty goes up when I look at ms.lee ms.lee makes my teeth hi

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  7. My endo did the Stim test several times. He says I need HGH but he said insurance won’t cover it and it’s over $45k per year out of pocket. He also said, as you did, that it can encourage tumor growth. So, I don’t take it. 😏

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  8. Awesome video Hyapatia πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸ‘

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  9. Girlie, THANKS! I've been looking for a substitute because the insurance is giving me a hard time about even the gel.

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  10. I guess the best thing to do if you don’t have a condition or deficiency is to just age gracefully.I’m 41 and I know many will say your still young but I know 41 is not the same as 21.If it was up to all of us I’m sure we would all say I want to look and feel young as long as I’m in this world but the way I look at it I’m thankful for the years the creator has given me.

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  11. You look beautiful and young for your age.

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  12. I was diagnosed with Type II diabetes in 2005. I do not take insulin as my body can still produce it. I spent around 5 years thrashing around trying to get my A1C under control. Finally, my optometrist told me, “GPs think they can treat diabetes, but they can’t. You need to see an endocrinologist.” So I did and she got things under control. My endocrinologist told me “An optometrist is not good enough if you have diabetes, you need an ophthalmologist.” So now I see one of those.

    Recently, I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease so now I am taking carbidopa/levodopa. PD is a real drag. I am still trying to come to terms with it. Life does present its challenges.

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  13. Your looking very bright eyed and bushy tailed this evening hyapatia, perhaps it's all that DHEA your knocking back! Only kidding just pulling your leg! LOL.Good advice though i guess not that i'm into any of this supplement taking, my testosterone level is high enough as it is!

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  14. Stallone and Serena Williams are doing ok. πŸ˜“
    Thanks for the advice. Drive my GMC to GNC get DHEA.....ride BMX pass up KFC to the fountain of youth ....got it...,♥️

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  15. You have such beautiful hair. Have blessed day and burn a little sage for me πŸ™

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  16. My goodness, you look hot for being a 20 yr old, even though you are almost 60 lol.... I hope that makes sense... Me personally, ive seen good results from G H for anti-aging and bodybuilding..but there is the genetic factor... If you have a predisposition to cancer and other maladies it can get you..πŸ˜‰πŸ‘

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  17. Thanks for the information. HGH is beyond my income bracket right now but it was on my "to do" list (but not a priority).

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  18. Wow, you know so much about this. I think this video will help a lot of people.

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  19. Your intelligence has contributed to you looking WAY younger than your years. While most get handed rubbish from a quack and just take it as they are told. You actually read the inserts and do your own research. Smart woman. πŸ’œ

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  20. Hyapatia I suffer from hypogonadism "Male menopause" no testosterone and went through it in my early 40s. I have been on every type of medication known to man without much help. Six doctors later and I now have one that gives me injections of testosterone and it is a game changer...! Im 67 and lost 35 lbs and I'm taking care of business in the bedroom...! Anybody that s suffering with this needs to go see a doctor and have their T levels checked.

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  21. oh you explain like a good pharmacist or doctor, youre a great talker, sweet sooth voice, very convincing use of words and the dinamics of your body language, always good to see your videos everyday

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  22. As always,a very helpful Video!❤Staying and feeling good,and maybe even young, starts on the inside.Go out,experience the beauty of Nature,keep your food and the water clean and simple,move your Body every Day a little bit.Keep your thoughts clean of all the rubbish that is around in these Days.Practice something spiritual,pray.I think,getting older is one of the most important processes in our Life.I'm56 now,and i start experiencing the beauty of low T!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚This of course,is just my personal opinion.❤πŸŒˆπŸ™

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  23. I've taken testosterone replacements in my past and they've worked for me to varying degrees. In 2005, I had a bunch of changes in my life like a divorce (which I initiated), a vasectomy and an amatuer bodybuilding career. The bodybuilding magazines have pages and pages of advertising on THT/Test and all that stuff they want to sell you. The side effects for me from all that was me walking around with a CONSTANT erection which was problematic at times (rest room trips) and people thinking that you want them when you don't. I had the vasectomy after I stopped the test boosters so you'd figure that my boner problems were gone but NO! In fact, right after the vasectomy, I walked around again with raging hard-ons. I was 38 years old at the time so again, you'd figure that my erections would be diminished but wrong again. The vasectomy did something to my brain and I had constant erections for a whole year after the vasectomy. The women I was seeing around that time were very satisfied with the amount of action I was giving them! :D Now that I'm 53 years old, my doctor prescribed Androgel which is a test booster and it works well but its a topical so I get hairy patches on the application sites and women should never get anywhere near that stuff unless she wants a beard to shave off. :D

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  24. I've heard about all of that, testosterone boosters etc. I've read about that yes, it COULD make men feel better, but there are some cardiac side affects, so I'll pass. stay safe, and healthy and on a side note, if you need some b-roll, let me know :) Cheers my friend

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  25. Cheap easy and legal what about those three. There's a good combination too bad more stuff more things aren't like that

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  26. Oh my goodness goodness goodness you looking good today thanks for the information girl is a good job come on now

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  27. I also read everything that comes with my meds .Some of the stuff is kinda scary as the side effects are worse then the ailment. You brought up some good points to take up with my doctor.Thanks for the PSA .

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  28. No pituitary gland?!! Almost like living without a heart or liver. Dam. You are tough! πŸ˜‚

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  29. Great tip! Very informative. Thanks again.πŸ™πŸ±

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  30. My dear Hyapatia Lee, you lost me on man transitioning to woman. Must be a Bruce Jenner type deal

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