I have spoken to some endocrinologists who believe that human growth hormone does help people with MS to feel better. However, not many doctors in the U.S. will prescribe it. In studies with mice who have the mouse model of MS, it did help.
I would think that each person's response to HGH would be different. Kind of similar to results we hear with use of LDN and MS. Some people are helped alot, others not.
I have been doing some research about this recently, but I'm just in the beginning stages--so take anything I say with little weight. There's this drug called GenF20 that advertises to increase the HGH naturally. I'm thinking about asking my doctor about it, but it's not a prescription drug. It could be a bunch of bunk, but I'm looking into it.
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