I’m a adult male, age 61 living in Ca. In 2006 I had a extensive brain injury which dialed me & affected my hgh levels severely. The rehabilitation center who re-trained me had my hgh levels tested with the result of 61 & W/C didn’t want to address the problem. It would be too expensive & lengthy for me to take injections now but do you feel your information above could help my cause? I just saw your article & questioned the possibility of improved health. I’ll check my e-mail in the next few days to see your response if any. Thank you for your time,SRG.
Hi I have an issue thin endometrial that can’t increase more than 5 mm
Cycle 1: I try 4 bills of cycle progynova
Cycle 2: cycle try 6 bill of cyclo progynova , 2 bills of vitamin e , 1 vigra as vaginal
Cycle 3: try 6 bill of cyclo progynova and 1 bill as vaginal .1 bill of trental 400 and one aspirin , nothing help
Cycle 4:try 3 bill of ethinyl estradiol 50mcgm, 1 cyclo progynova vaginal , 3 bill of virga vaginal , 2 bill of trental 400 , one asprin and transfer my embro but also fail
They diagnoses my issue that the blood flow to my uterus need to increase , before do any more transfer , no I am on 2 Nitromac 50 mg, 2 trental 400, 1 asprin, 1 Epilat Retard(for 3 months)
My Dr advise me
Walking— The explanation appears to be that the pressure of your baby’s head pressing down on the cervix stimulates the release of oxytocin, hopefully bringing on labor, also just being upright gets the forces of gravity working for you, encouraging the baby to move down into the pelvis. Be careful not to wear yourself out. Labor can be exhausting and you don’t want to use up all your energy before you have begun. This is not the moment to take up power walking, particularly if you have not done much exercise earlier on in your pregnancy. A gentle stroll is probably the best you will be able to manage.