How to boost your breastmilk production with Growth Increase Medicine, according to the FDA.
The FDA has issued a warning for the growth increase medicine for people over 50, which can cause a “significant increase in serum albumin, plasma protein, and creatinine levels” and “increase the risk of developing hypothyroidism.”
In other words, if you’re older than 50, it may cause a serious problem, but you’re not necessarily older than that.
The warning also advises that the growth hormone medication should not be given to women younger than 50 or men younger than 40.
It also advises women over 50 to avoid growth hormone for a period of one year, and men younger 30 to 40 to avoid it for a longer period of time.