Penny: the Mountain Climber’s Story

Written by Dr. Jonathan Peterson, Updated on January 24th, 2024, Published on January 10th, 2023

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I was always an adventurous person and had always loved spending time in the great outdoors. I had always dreamed of becoming a mountain climber and had spent years training and preparing for it. When I finally turned 21, I became a certified mountain climbing instructor and spent the next several years leading climbs and teaching others how to safely navigate the mountains.

But everything changed two years ago when I started experiencing a number of strange symptoms. I was always tired, no matter how much sleep I got. I was struggling to maintain my muscle mass and strength, even though I was training just as hard as ever. And I was having trouble concentrating and remembering things. And I was only 27 years old!

As a mountain climbing instructor, it's important for me to be able to remember important details and instructions. But one day, I experienced an incident that left me feeling embarrassed and frustrated.

I was leading a group of clients up a mountain and we had reached a particularly challenging section. I stopped to give them some instructions on how to navigate the next few moves, but as I started speaking, I realized that I couldn't remember the route. I stood there, staring at the rock face in front of me, trying to recall the sequence of moves that I had practiced so many times before.

But no matter how hard I tried, I just couldn't remember. I could feel the panic rising in my chest as I realized that I had forgotten something so important. I could see the concern and confusion on my clients' faces as they waited for me to give them the next set of instructions.

In the end, I had to admit that I couldn't remember the route and we had to turn back. It was a humbling and embarrassing experience, and it made me realize just how much my symptoms were affecting my ability to do my job.

I went to see my family physician and explained my symptoms. The doctor decided I probably had chronic fatigue syndrome. He prescribed some medications and told me to get plenty of rest.

But despite following the doctor's advice, my symptoms only seemed to get worse. I was struggling to keep up with my clients and was constantly feeling exhausted. I started to worry that I would have to give up my career as a mountain climbing instructor.

As a mountain climbing instructor, I was used to facing challenges and overcoming obstacles. But the symptoms I was experiencing were unlike anything I had ever encountered before.

These symptoms caused me a great deal of fear and terror. I was scared that I would never be able to climb again, that I would have to give up my career and my passion. I was scared that I would never be able to feel like myself again.

But despite my fears, I knew that I had to keep fighting. I couldn't let my symptoms control my life. So, I did everything I could to find a solution and get back on track. And eventually, with the help of a specialist, I was able to do just that.

One day, I met a colleague at a mountain climbing conference who mentioned that she had experienced similar symptoms and had also been misdiagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome. She recommended that I see a specialist and suggested a few different clinics to try.

I was skeptical at first but decided to give it a try. I went to see a specialist at the clinic who sponsors this website, who was a board-certified hormone specialist – and I was shocked to learn that I actually had HGH deficiency. The specialist prescribed HGH therapy and within a few weeks, I started to notice a significant improvement in my symptoms.

Now, my career is back on track and I'm feeling better than ever. I'm so grateful to have found a specialist who was able to correctly diagnose my condition and provide the treatment I needed.

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