HGH Risks/Side-Effects

Up until 1985 human growth hormone was a human brain derived product. Unfortunately that year it was linked to Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD) which is a variant of what is now called mad cow disease. After 1985 synthetic versions of human growth hormone were developed that don't expose the user to CJD, but long-term studies pointed to other risks. Specifically a significant risk of cancer, especially colon cancer and Hodgkin's disease.

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   - developing irreversible acromegaly (abnormal growth of bones of the hands and feet and face)
   - high blood pressure
   - heart damage
   - premature aging and death
   - soft tissue swelling
   - thickening of the skin, abnormal hair growth
   - colonic polyps
   - liver damage and glucose intolerance
   - muscle weakness
   - enlargement of the internal organs
   - arthritis
   - impotence