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IPAMORELIN, HGH AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT ISSUES-ASK THE DOC

18 comments:

  1. What type of doctor is he and can I just talk to any doctor about being on cycle?

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  2. Hi doc, i read somewhere that long terme mk677 could have a nΓ©gative impact on thyroid production.any thought about that?

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  3. I honestly would love to see Jay hit it hard and cut up and jump on the Olympia stage. He is still jacked AF and would do well today.

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  4. Do hgh's help people brake through affliction ? To show their true self.

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  5. 12-14min to fall asleep!!?... I’m lucky if I can in 1-2hrs

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  6. How on earth do you get a doctor to prescribe Test Cyp at 200mg/week? Not disagreeing with Dr. McClain in terms of what works, but most docs prescribe 200mg every two weeks. Requests for higher dosing tend to raise suspicions.

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  7. 60 yr old dude and just started with ipamorelin for the past 2 weeks. Dr told me to take it 3 days per week (M, W, F) and 1500 mcg each time. Will let you know how it goes. Def much better and deeper sleep, feel much stronger and gained some weight (I believe this is due to muscle not fat, cuz I am not fatter), more mental clarity and raging hard ons through the night πŸ˜‚

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  8. Yes !! The only Doc I listen to !! πŸ™πŸ½❤️πŸ™ŒπŸΌ

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  9. Best show on YouTube! Merci David 😊

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  10. For those of us on testosterone who never get gyno and don't take arimidex, should we monitor our estrogen levels? If So, what are optimum estrogen levels to aim For? What are the dangers of living with high estrogen levels??

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  11. I love your videos Doc Keep them coming

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  12. These 6 meals a day dave mentioned are equalvent to having seconds in each of breakfast, lunch ,and dinner in my opinion but each body builder is different

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  13. Heck yeah!!! New videos of the doc!!! Love learning from him, Derek more plates more dates, Greg doucette, muscular development

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