Injectable Genotropin is just a type of human growth hormone, which is very important for your bones and muscles to grow. If an adult or children are not growing properly, they might have to use Genotropin. These people should use Genotropin:
– People with Noonan syndrome.- People with kidney issues.- People with that were born with short stature when they were born and were not able to grow normally.- People with Prader-Willi syndrome.- People with short-bowel syndrome.- People with severe weight loss problems caused by AIDS.
These People should not use this Drug:
– People with cancer.- People with eye problems that have been caused by diabetes.- People with treatment for Prader-Willi syndrome.- People with weight loss issues.- People with breathing issues.- People with complications from a recent injury, surgery, or any medical trauma.- People with lung issues.
How to Use It
Depending on your health problem, you will have to use a particular brand and dose of enotropin. Read the prescription label and follow the directions properly. Genotropin will be injected under your skin or into your muscle. Other people might show you how to use Genotropin properly. Don’t even try to use Genotropin if you do not know how to dispose of used syringes and needles.
Talk to your doctor to find out how to use Genotropin properly. This health professional will let you know the right place in your body where you can inject Genotropin safely. You should also avoid injecting Genotropin into the same place twice, as this will cause a problem right away. To avoid ruining the medicine, do not shake the bottle. You should only prepare a dose if you are ready to use Genotropin immediately.
Side Effects and Precautions
If you have nausea, headache, fatigue, vomiting, weakness, or muscle pain for a long period of time, you should call your doctor. Genotropin has risks of side effects, but your physician has prescribed this medicine to you after a careful evaluation of the situation. If you have a serious side effect, call your doctor right away. Talk to your doctor if you are truly allergic to Genotropin, and you should do the same if you have any kind of allergy. Since Genotropin might have inactive ingredients, the product might cause some allergic reactions in your body and many other health issues. Your physician should know about your medical history. Your doctor will be especially interested in knowing about adrenal gland problems, recent major injuries or surgeries, diabetes, eye problems, and so forth.
You should not use Genotropin to increase your kids’ height in any way. This is especially true when your children’s growth plates are closed. If you have been experiencing any side effect, you should call the FDA right away. Remember that Genotropin has been designed to treat GHD or growth hormone deficiency in adults. Talk to your doctor about this drug, as he or she will make sure you can use it properly. If your child is not growing like other children, you should call your doctor. Your physician might require you to use injectable Genotropin.