(Human Menopausal Gonadotropin) is used for stimulating hormones by triggering FSH (follicle stimulating hormone), and lh (leutenizing hormone) production in the body.
HMG was originally designed for use in women to stimulate the ovaries to produce multiple follicles, thus making their fertile abilities more possible.
HMG Massone is a drug similar to HCG and has several of its functions, but also has the added benefit of FSH (follicle stimulating hormone stimulation) while HCG - human chorionic gonadotropin - is known mainly for lh (leutenizing hormone) stimulation. HM Gonadotropin injection was originally designed as a fertility drug, as FSH stimulation can greatly induce higher sperm count production by the body.
HMG can be most effective when run at a typical dose of 75-150iu a day for 2 weeks. This is sufficient for restoring normal testicular function and sperm count in males. Some may find that a longer treatment is needed due to prolonged periods of staying shut down or the use of hormones which are more harsh on the body's natural testosterone function.
Body builders who don't react to the standard PCT schemes of low dose HCG and clomid for a few weeks will definitely have a difficult time with recovery and may encounter several symptoms such as: depression, a lack of a sexual drive, low testicular size as well as low semen and sperm volume.
As its name implies, FSH stimulates the maturation of ovarian follicles. Administration of FSH to humans and animals induces super-ovulation, or improvement of more than the usual number of mature follicles and hence, an increased number of mature gametes.FSH is also critical for sperm production. It aids the function of Sertoli cells, which in turn assist many aspects of sperm cell maturation.
Diminished secretion of LH or FSH can result in failure of gonadal functionaka hypogonadism. This is the reason why HMG is so important to take.This condition is typically manifest in males as failure in production of normal numbers of sperm, as well as the symptoms listed above. In females, a halt of reproductive cycles is common.