Re: Re: GH deficiency
I meant that as virtual humor--sorry
> From: "gts" <gts@...>I know you would but I don't know how you and Ellis find the time to do
> > Sorry to rant, I'm starting to sound like Gordon, but this just got
> my shackles up!
> You almost had my sympathy until you said that. (Just kidding. :)
> The internet is ideally suited to ranting and raving about health,
> politics, religion, sports, philosophy, law, medicine and every other
> important and controversial subject on earth. And if you disagree then
> I will write 27 more messages in defense of this position. :)
all of this.
[I don't know how I find the time, either. Usually very early in the
morning, or late at night... I am happy to do it. I learn a lot too.
Good luck and even if they say no the first time don't give up.
Keep us informed.
> From: "MARTY" <dragmart@...>
> Thank you for your support. Even though I feel just like you about
> HMO's, I did go through with the test last week with an honest
> approach.. I think I have a valid GH defficiency. We will see the
> results in a couple of days and know if my levels come under this
> HMO's guidlines for defficiency.
> I originally thought that the consistant low readings of IGF-1 would
> substantiate treatment. We all know that most A4M Doc's and rejuv
> Doc's will prescribe on this test alone.. I believe (SmithKlineBeecham
> showed normal range for a 48 yr old between 100ng/ml and 250) my last
> was 62 ng/ml. That is way defficient in most books...