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In the world of hormones confusion often abounds; look at therapeutic Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) or performance enhancement and you’ll find hundreds of varying answers to the same question(s) and it often becomes difficult to really discover the truth. For reasons that are more confusing than the confusion that exists within hormones themselves for reasons that make very little sense, often hormones are discussed on the basis of emotion while rational and logical thinking give way to intrinsic hysteria. In the world of anabolic androgenic steroids this phenomena is easy to see but it stretches far beyond steroids into most every hormone that can be used in any sense of performance enhancement. Human Growth Hormone is a prime example of this confusion and while it may take first prize, without question Human Chorionic Gonadotropin is in the running neck and neck
There are truly many uses for the hcg hormone and we will hopefully here alleviate some of your confusion. HCG can be a very useful tool in both HRT and performance enhancement but as is with all things in life there is a right way and a wrong way to use it. In many ways to understand the benefits we only need to look at the hormone itself, what it is and from there we can easily explain the benefits within as well as guide you through proper use.
As is the case with all hormones there is a potential for negative side-effects with Human Chorionic Gonadotropin use but fortunately such side-effects are not as large of a concern as you might think for this is a very well-tolerated hormonal treatment in most healthy adult men. Nevertheless side-effects do have some probability and will be very similar to many of the aromatizing anabolic steroids you may already be accustomed to using. Adverse side-effects such as Gynecomastia and water retention are the most common of the possible effects but they are also in most cases largely dose dependent, meaning, high-end doses carry with them a much greater probability.
Another side-effect worthy of mentioning may sound like a bit of a paradox; hCG can greatly suppress natural testosterone production, the very production you are trying to stimulate. The hypothalamus carries with it the responsibility of releasing LH and with hCG use we are entering in an exogenous form, thereby signaling to the hypothalamus no LH release is needed. For this reason it is imperative dosing and duration of the hormone be kept in a responsible range and if used post cycle it is further imperative SERM’s such as Nolvadex and Clomid be part of the equation, ending with one or the other once hCG use is complete. Failure to abide by these rules could lead to permanent low testosterone.