|body composition and skin problems
Sep 10, 2010
Since continous stress over the last 3 years, gradually my whole body composition changed, lost facial fat, lost lean body maas, and gained fat instead, especially belly fat. Suddenly all of my skin elasticity is gone leaving me with sagging muscles and skin together with the fat that hangs down under the sagging skin. A doctor suggested me HGH , he told me this would improve the sagging skin and the body composition. Does this really help with the sagging thinning skin , I would like to know before starting on this expensive treatment. Also testosterone supplementation was recommended. How much HGH would be suitable , is it nessasary to inject every day, and at what time preferable. Thanks for answer.
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