HGH & FMS Experiment

Where Human Growth Hormone Meets Fibromyalgia


Posted by Thumper on February 3, 2007

My instruction on how to inject myself with HGH came from the Spouse Thingy; I could have gone to a how-to clinic at the base hospital, but was never pressured to, presumably because he could show me what to do, where to do it, etc.

One thing he mentioned was to pull back on the syringe after injecting it and look for blood; you don’t want blood, you’re not supposed to inject HGH into the blood stream.

So I did that…every time, for nearly a year. The other day I finally pulled back and the syringe filled with blood…and it occurred to me, I’d never asked what to do if that happened. Pull it out and move it? Toss the whole thing out and start over? Inject it anyway? He wasn’t home to ask, and I wasn’t about to get on the phone to the Nurse’s Hotline with a needle hanging out of my arm.

I pulled it out and moved it over half an inch and injected it anyway, figuring that’s my own blood, so no harm, no foul. And one screwup was probably not the end of the world.

I asked him a couple of days later; I did the right thing. Lesson learned: when presented with “you don’t want this to happen,” find out what to do if it does happen.

I can hear you all from here…“well…duh!


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