May I suggest using IGF-1 instead of growth hormone? In my opinion, injecting growth hormone in your suspensory ligament would have no different of an effect than injecting GH in your abdominal fat. GH must make it’s way to the liver before it is converted into the active growth factors (sematomedians, mainly IGF-1).
On the other hand, goldmember, it seems that:
Collagen is stabilized induced by proline hydroxylation: http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/…ETRY=1&SRETRY=0
Growth hormone inhibits proline hydroxylation in vitro: http://ajplegacy.physiology.org/cgi…/220/6/1808.pdf
In vitro implies that there is no liver activity.
Therefore, gh seems to exert a direct effect (destabilization) on collagen synthesis.
So I’ll continue and check what happens.
Later - ttt