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Human Growth Hormone Release
Posted by: Robert
Date: October 3, 2000 1:51 AM

I began taking a dietary supplement GHR-15 which is suppose to help release one's human growth hormone. I began taking this in March. During my last physical I had a change in my EKG that concerned my Doctor enough to order a stress test which also showed some irregularities while I was at rest. Next step is a angiogram. I am a 42 yr old male non smoker, non drinker and exercise 2-3 time a week. Could GHR-15 be causing my abnormal EKG readings? The suppliment contains:
Anterior Pituitary, bovine source @ 80 mg
Hypothalamus @ 20 mg
Phytosterol complex @ 40 mg
-beta sitosterol
-campesterol
-stigmasterol
Amino Acids blend @1200 mg
Soy Phosphatide complex @ 20 mg
-Phosphatidyl serene
- " choline
- " ethanolamine
-Phosphatidylinositol
Panax ginseng @ 20 mg

RE: Human Growth Hormone Release
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, MD
Date: October 3, 2000 12:51 PM

It seems unlikely, but stopping the GHR-15 should give you the answer.



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