As we all know, Genotropin is a brand of somatropin as well as a synthetic bioidentical version of HGH manufactured by the renowned pharmaceutical company Pfizer. The injectable HGH has been around for about 20 years and is widely used to treat issues related to growth hormone deficiency.
Although it’s made in a laboratory, it has significantly similar qualities with somatotropin that is naturally produced in our body. Perhaps that’s the reason as to why it’s known as bioidentical. For sure, Genotropin has been used to treat thousands of patients around the world.
What is Genotropin Used For?
Genotropin is used for HGH replacement therapy – HRT for short especially children, having issues with the HGH levels in their body. Genotropin has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for treating certain conditions since 1995. Since that time, Genotropin manufacturer says the product has been used to treat over 95,000 people across the globe. It’s recommended for treatment of the following:
Children born small for gestational age.
Children with the idiopathic short stature.
Female kids with Turner syndrome.
Children with growth hormone deficiency.
Children with Prader-Willi syndrome.
You might be wondering if Genotropin 36 iu is approved to be used for children only. Not at all. Thousands of Adults with GH deficiency have been treated with it also. It facilitates long-bone growth in young children so it helps them gain the adult-height.
How to Use Genotropin?
This biosynthetic Human Growth Hormone is administered using injections that deliver it under the skin. The specialist prescribing Genotropin will direct you on how to reconstitute & inject it in case you will be doing it all by yourself. He/she will also provide you with a mixer, pen or pre-filled ‘GoQuick’ pen to use it conveniently. The multi-dose pens are of great help as you are able to use them with a digital display that will let you select the appropriate dose without any problem.
Most importantly, the solution can also be mixed inside them as well. Genotropin pens are color-coded so it’s easy to match them. The 5mg cartridges and Pen 5 have a green color, while the 12mg cartridges and Pen 12 are in purple.
Since everybody using Genotropin wants to make sure that there’re no adverse reactions like pain & redness, it’s imperative to get in touch with the HRT specialist. They will not only let you know of all the required medications but also guide you better on what you should do the next time you stumble upon such conditions.
Where to Buy Genotropin?
First of all, they’re so many scammers actively working in the market that it gets difficult to filter out the reliable one. Therefore, just make sure you buy it from the legitimate provider that supplies the pharmacy’s original Genotropin that you are looking for. Beware! The supplier might get you the fake one.
So first ask for the stock info and some pictures before buying from any supplier. With the legitimate suppliers offering high-quality Genotropin for sale, the chances of getting scammed decrease tremendously.