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Does HGH make your hands hurt?

Written by Emma Thompson - February 01, 2023

Does HGH Make Your Hands Hurt?

If you are considering taking human growth hormone (HGH), it's natural to have concerns about side effects. One of the potential side effects of taking HGH is pain in the hands. While this is not a common side effect, if you experience any pain or discomfort in your hands after taking HGH, it’s important to speak to your doctor right away.

HGH is a naturally occurring hormone produced by the pituitary gland. Synthetic versions are used to treat a variety of medical conditions including growth failure and Turner Syndrome. It can also be used as an anti-aging treatment, although it has been studied for this purpose much less than other hormones such as testosterone.

Potential Side Effects
As with any medication, there are potential side effects associated with taking HGH. Some users report increased joint or muscle pain, headaches and nausea. In some cases these symptoms can be severe enough that users need to stop taking the medication altogether. Other more serious but rare side effects may include high blood pressure, liver damage and enlarged heart due to fluid retention in the body.

Pain in Hands
One possible side effect of using HGH is pain in the hands and wrists which can range from mild discomfort to severe cramping depending on the individual and their dosage level. People suffering from acromegaly may experience even more intense hand pain due to existing joint problems caused by this condition. Additionally, people prone to carpal tunnel syndrome should be particularly mindful when taking HGH as it can lead to an exacerbation of this condition as well as other types of nerve damage resulting in hand pain and numbness in fingers and thumbs.

Diagnosing Hand Pain
It’s important for users experiencing any kind of discomfort or pain in their hands while taking HGH to speak with their doctor immediately so they can diagnose what is causing the issue before it develops into something more serious. Tests may include X-rays, MRI scans or blood tests, however many doctors will simply suggest discontinuing use of the hormone until further tests can be performed if they determine there is no immediate threat to health from continued use of the drug at its current dose level.

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