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Thread: Anyone else get marked increases in blood pressure from HGH or GH releasing peptides?

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    Question Anyone else get marked increases in blood pressure from HGH or GH releasing peptides?

    Anyone else notice that HGH and/or GH releasing peptides cause a rather dramatic increase in blood pressure?

    So I've been on HGH and/or GH releasing peptide stacks consistently for 3-4 years now. During that time, any time I'd go to the doctors and they check my BP it's always borderline...averaging like 145/90. I recently ran out of slin pins and decided this may be a good time to take a break from HGH and peptides. So I've been off for about 3 weeks now and I was at the doctors earlier this week and my BP was 125/68! I was thrilled, but had no idea how/why it normalized because I was still on plenty of gear just no HGH or peps.

    Has anyone else experienced this?

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    dont make sence . are you using trenbolone or any other harsh anabolic like anadrol, m1t ????

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    Never used either so...

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    due to water retention intially.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevesmi View Post
    due to water retention intially.
    Agreed.....
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    good point , the only reason hgh can increase blood preasure is water retention for sure mostly if is underground HGH

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    Yes. Every one of them.
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    Very common to hear this side effect.
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    Anything that causes water retention can raise bp

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    I never experienced any bloating, just flushing.
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