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FERRING CHORIONIC HCG 5000iu x 1 amp + 1 solvent 10ml (Chorionic Gonadotropina)

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FERRING CHORIONIC HCG 5000iu x 1 amp + 1 solvent 10ml (Chorionic Gonadotropina)

HCG stimulates the testes to produce testosterone even when natural LH is not present or is deficient. It is therefore is useful for maintaining testosterone production and/or testicle size during a steroid cycle. Use of this drug in the taper is rather counterproductive, since the resulting increased testosterone production is itself inhibitory to the hypothalamus and pituitary, delaying recovery. Thus, if this drug is used, it is preferably used during the cycle itself. A daily amount of 500 IU is generally sufficient, and usage should not exceed 1000 IU per day.

FERRING CHORIONIC HCG 5000iu x 1 amp + 1 solvent 10ml (Chorionic Gonadotropina)

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin, HCG, is widely used in athletics today. HCG is not a natural male hormone but mimics the natural hormone LH (Luetinising Hormone) almost identically. LH stimulates the production of testosterone by the testis in males. This HCG sends the same message which results in increased testosterone production by the testis due to the effect of HCG on the leydig cells of the testis. Athletes use HCG to increase the body’s own natural production of testosterone which is often depressed by long term steroid use.

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Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a chemical created by trophoblast tissue, tissue typically found in early embryos and which will eventually be part of the placenta. Measuring hCG levels can be helpful in identifying a normal pregnancy, pathologic pregnancy, and can also be useful following an aborted pregnancy. There is also a benefit in measuring hCG in a variety of cancers including choriocarcinoma and extra-uterine malignancies.

Human chorionic gonadotropin is a hormone produced primarily by syncytiotrophoblastic cells of the placenta during pregnancy. The hormone stimulates the corpus luteum to produce progesterone to maintain the pregnancy. Smaller amounts of hCG are also produced in the pituitary gland, the liver, and the colon. As previously mentioned, certain malignancies can also produce either hCG or hCG-related hormone. Trophoblastic cancers (hydatidiform mole, choriocarcinoma, and germ cell tumors) are associated with high serum levels of hCG-related molecules.

The hormone itself is a glycoprotein composed of two subunits, the alpha and beta subunits. There are multiple forms found in the serum and urine during pregnancy including the intact hormone and each of the free subunits. HCG is primarily catabolized by the liver, although about 20% is excreted in the urine. The beta subunit is degraded in the kidney to make a core fragment which is measured by urine hCG tests.

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