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Mk677

Discussion in 'Growth Hormone/Peptides' started by Callumjordan98, Jan 1, 2022.

  1. Callumjordan98

    Callumjordan98

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    Thoughts on mk677 any side effects you’ve experienced or benefits?
     
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  2. Simon90

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    What's your reason for wanting to use it?

    For me it only really has its place for increasing appetite. When your trying to push at the end of a bulk when appetite is down and food etc is very high. Which I found it does unbelievabley well.
    The sides are harsh though, the crazy water retention, extreme lethargy and fatigue, some peoples bg shoot up on it aswell. I didn't get that though but you'd wanna be monitoring it
    I found it helped with recovery but only cos I was able to sleep so much
     
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    I was told it messes with your blood sugar levels that's why I haven't used it ....
     
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    Only thing I found from it was ridiculous food binges and an overwhelming feeling of being thirsty which I relate rightly or wrongly to blood sugar levels. Can’t compare to real gh but I thought that was overrated for the price
     
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  5. Rob O’tren

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    Yep diabetes.
     
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  6. Greedy Ben

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    It works ok for what it is.
    A lot depends on what you are using it for?
     
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  7. Richie_Rich

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    Use it with cardarine for that ultimate cancer/diabeties stack
     
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  8. Greedy Ben

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    Tbf if anything is going to cause cancer its gh and people don't take much notice of that.
     
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  9. Richard Dick

    Richard Dick Top Contributor

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    True but imo the cancer risk with gh is more known/quantifiable than it is with cardarine. Fuck knows how cancerous cardarine really is, there's just not enough known about it to say for sure.
     
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  10. Callumjordan98

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    Was going to use it as a replacement for GH but I think I’ll just discontinue the GH after I’ve finished this lot as it’s hard to get hold of proper stuff
     
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  11. Richard Dick

    Richard Dick Top Contributor

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    What about ghrp/ghrh peptides?
     
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