Patients must undergo specific analyses and blood tests before Humatrope HGH injections therapy can be prescribed by any licensed physician.
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Humatrope was first approved in 1987 and it is a man-made form of human growth hormone (HGH). It is made to treat children who are growing slowly as a result of their incapability of making enough growth hormone on their own.
Since 1987, Humatrope has been approved for the treatment of many other growth disorders, such as Turner syndrome, SHOX deficiency, idiopathic short stature, small for gestional age, and for growth hormone deficiency for adults.
Humatrope is available in both vials, for use with a syringe and needle, and in cartridges, for use in Humatro Pen, an injection device. Humatrope is used to treat short or slowly growing children because they:
- Have SHOX deficiency
- Can’t make enough growth hormone on their own
- Have Turner syndrome
- Were born smaller than normal for the number of weeks of pregnancy and - don’t catch up in height by the age of 2 to 4
- Have idiopathic short stature, meaning that they are shorter than 98.8% of other children of the same age and sex. Also, they are not likely to reach normal adult height.
Humatrope is used to treat adults who have growth hormone deficiency beginning either in adulthood, as a result of pituitary disease, surgery, trauma, hypothalamic disease, radiation therapy, or in childhood. People who are treated for growth hormone deficiency in childhood for not having their bones growing. These people should be reevaluated.
There are a few cases under which you shouldn’t take Humatrope HGH, such as:
If you are having serious complications after undergoing open heart surgery, serious injuries which involve many body systems, abdominal surgery, or life-threatening breathing problems. In cases like these, there has been reported death.
Children who have Prader-Willi syndrome and who are obese or have severe breathing problems. In these cases, too, has been reported death, as Humatrope hasn’t been approved for the treatment of people with Prader-Willi syndrome.
If you are allergic to glycerin or metacresol, you shouldn’t mix supplied diluent with Humatrope. The most common allergic reactions are reactions at the injection site.
Humatrope shouldn’t be used in case of active cancer.
You shouldn’t use Humatrope if you have diabetic retinopathy.
Talk to the doctor before using HGH Humatrope, in case of pregnancy or nursing, as it is not known whether it is or not excreted in the human milk.
A doctor should closely supervise children with Turner syndrome, in case of any ear infections or cardiovascular problems while taking Humatrope.
If you have risk factors for diabetes, your doctor should regularly check your blood sugar. Make sure to tell your doctor if you have any visual changes accompanied by nausea, headache, or vomiting, while taking HGH Humatrope, as it might be a sign of increased pressure in the brain.
Last but not least, pay attention to the way you store Humatrope HGH. It must be kept refrigerated, both before and after mixing it. Vials must be used within 14 days, and cartridges within 28 days, once you have mixed it and it is in liquid form. Make sure to check the expiration date on the vial or cartridge. In case it expired, make sure you don’t use Humatrope.
The Humatrope price varies depending on what dosage you take. The dosage is individualized. You should only take Humatrope from specialists, as they will run some tests to decide which is the right dosage for each patient, according to their body weight, medical history, and so on.
However, Humatrope cost vary from patient to patient according to dosage and length of the therapy with Humatrope HGH. Our specialists will decide firstly, whether you need Humatrope or not, and then the dosage and duration. They will also estimate the cost of Humatrope. They will tell you where to buy it from, so that you can be sure it is safe for you.
There are fake websites which will try to convince you to buy Humatrope from there. You should never think about buying Humatrope from a website that seems to be strange in any way. You never know what you spend your money on. If they really sell Humatrope, they probably sell it without prescription. Taken without an examination made by a licensed doctor, you might develop unwanted side effects.
Make sure you only buy Humatrope if a licensed experienced doctor or a physician prescribes it.
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There are two methods to take Humatrope. Either by cartridge, either by vial. If you take Humatrope by cartridge, you should know that it had been designed to be used only with the Humatrope injection device. Only inject the solution if it is clear. Make sure you don’t inject it if the solution is cloudy or contains any particular matter. Also, if you are allergic to metacresol or glycerin, you had better not inject the solution, as the Humatrope cartridges shouldn’t be used in this case.
In case you take Humatrope dosages by vial, make sure that each 5mg vial is reconstituted with 1.5 to 5 mL of diluent for Humatrope.
There are both common and rare Humatrope side effects which may develop while or after using Humatrope. Signs and symptoms at injection site and visible water retention are common and severe side effects, while head pain, muscle stiffness, fluid retention in the legs, feet, arms or hands and flu-like symptoms are common but not severe side effects.
In the meantime, temporarily stops breathing while sleeping, disease of the retina of the eye, separation of upper part of femur bone from the shaft, acute inflammation of the pancreas, high pressure within the skull, diabetes, optic disk edema, high blood sugar, rash and broken bones are severe but rare side effects, while abnormal result for glucose tolerance testing, middle ear infection, bloody urine, fever, muscle pain, throat irritation, water retention, mood changes, hair loss, carpal tunnel syndrome, joint pain, enlarged breasts, inflammation of the tonsils, increased hunger and increased hunger and increased growth of mole, are rare and less severe side effects which one might develop.
You are encouraged to report any negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Also, make sure you contact a specialist or a physician in case you develop any of the mentioned Humatrope side effects.
It’s very common nowadays for athletes to take all sorts of drugs for maintaining their body fit, and so on. Many of them use Humatrope for bodybuilding, to improve their physical appearance and endurance.
However, Humatrope shouldn’t be taken if the patient didn’t consult a specialist. A licensed doctor or physician has to prescribe Humatrope, otherwise it shouldn’t be used.