Patients must know that Omnitrope HGH can be prescribed only after some specific analyses and blood tests have been done. medical experts are licensed practitioners in therapies with Omnitrope HGH.

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Omnitrope HGH is a growth hormone. The pituitary gland produces growth hormone. As sometimes, there is not enough growth hormone produced to make you grow properly, you must find other ways.

The growth hormone is carried through your blood to your liver and other organs, when you inject with the Omnitrope pen. It causes the release of Insulin-like Growth Factor 1 (IGF 1), which is found all over your body and it is very important for your growth. 

Children with growth hormone deficiency can be helped by Omnitrope to reach their full height potential. Clinical studies prove the effectiveness and safety of Omnitrope HGH. It is convenient and simple, not to mention that it is available in both vials and pens. 

Omnitrope is used to treat:

- Girls with growth disturbance associated with Turner syndrome
- Short stature in children due to growth hormone deficiency
- Growth disturbance in children with chronic renal insufficiency

The active ingredient somatropin is contained in Omnitrope. Somatropin is a biosynthetic human growth hormone. It is a molecule occurring naturally in humans. Omnitrope and the body’s own growth hormone are identical.

Omnitrope HGH is not addictive and you can only get it if your doctor prescribes it. It contains active and inactive ingredients. The active ones are:

Omnitrope 10mg/1.5mL - 6.67mg/mL somatropin (rbe)
Omnitrope 5mg/1.5mL - 3.33mg/mL somatropin (rbe)

The inactive ingredients are:

For Omnitrope 5mg/1.5mL

- Poloxamer
- Water for injection
- Mannitol
- Monobasic dihydrate sodium phosphate
- Sodium hydroxide
- Dibasic sodium phosphate
- Phosphoric acid

  • For Omnitrope 10mg/1.5mL

Monobasic dihydrate sodium phosphate
Dibasic sodium phosphate
Sodium hydroxide
Water for injection
Phosphoric acid

Omnitrope doesn’t contain gluten, lactose, tartrazine, sucrose or any other azo dyes.


You should only buy Omnitrope if a specialist, a physician or an experienced doctor, prescribes it. Make sure to give your doctor your blood tests. doctors are specialists who will only prescribe you to buy Omnitrope if you really need it. +1 (888) 969 - 2505

Omnitrope is now available in both 10 and 5 mg. It is a great choice because:

- You don’t have to rewind the pen
- It is easy to use liquid cartridge that eliminates the need to reconstitute
- Liquid cartridge is more stable for 28 days after the first injection
- Flexible dosing provides a broader injection range
- One time priming upon insertion of the new cartridge


The costs differ from a doctor to another. specialists will make sure to give you a treatment so that you can afford the Omnitrope price. The Omnitrope cost differs depending also on the duration and dosage. Our specialists will decide the right dosage and duration, as it is individualized, depending on your medical history, blood tests and finally, proper examination.

Only buy Omnitrope from where your doctor advises you, as some websites are fake. They may be putting high prices for Omnitrope, and you will find yourself paying either for something useless, either illegal.

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The Omnitrope pen has three parts, the cartridge holder, the pen cap and the pen body. The needle assembly. It has four parts, the outer and inner shields, the paper tab and the needle.

To load and change the Omnitrope pen you have to remove the cap and cartridge holder, load the cartridge, reattach the cartridge holder and align.

Pay attention to the needle when you inject with Omnitrope pen, There shouldn’t be any liquid dripping from it. However, if there is a liquid dripping out of the needle, remember to leave it a little longer next time.


Omnitrope side effects might occur. The most common side effects are:

Abnormal or decreased touch sensation, bleeding after defecation, bleeding, blistering, burning, coldness, discoloration of the skin, feeling of pressure, hives, infection, inflammation, "pins and needles", or tingling feelings, changes in skin color, cold flu-like symptoms, cold hands and feet, confusion, constipation, cough or hoarseness, darkened urine, decreased urination, diarrhea, difficult urination, dizziness, dry mouth, fainting or loss of consciousness, fast heartbeat, unusual weight gain or loss, vomiting, vomiting of blood, white patches in the mouth, tongue, or throat fast or irregular breathing, feeling unusually cold, fever or chills, full or bloated feeling, general feeling of discomfort or illness, headache, increase in heart rate, itching, joint pain, light-colored stools, light-headedness, loss of appetite, lower back or side pain, muscle aching or cramping, muscle pain or stiffness, nausea, pain, pain, redness, or swelling in the arm or leg, pains in the stomach, side, or abdomen, possibly radiating to the back, pressure in the stomach, rapid, shallow breathing, rapid weight gain, rectal bleeding, runny nose, itching, lumps, numbness, pain, rash, redness, scarring, soreness, stinging, swelling, tenderness, tingling, ulceration, or warmth at the injection site, bloating or swelling of the face, arms, hands, lower legs, or feet, blood in the urine burning, crawling, itching, numbness, prickling, shivering, skin rash, sneezing, sore mouth or tongue, sore throat, stomach bloating, burning, cramping, or pain, sudden decrease in the amount of urine, sweating, swelling of the abdominal or stomach area, swelling of the eyes or eyelids, swelling or puffiness of the face, swollen joints, thirst, tightness in the chest and/or wheezing, tingling of the hands or feet, trouble with breathing, trouble with sleeping, uncomfortable swelling around the anus, unpleasant breath odor, unusual tiredness or weakness, wrinkled skin, yellow eyes or skin.

Also, there might be some less common Omnitrope side effects, such as: bone or skeletal pain, burning, numbness, pain, or tingling in all fingers except smallest finger, chest pain, depressed mood, dry skin and hair, feeling cold, hair loss, hoarseness or husky voice, slowed heartbeat, swelling of the ankles.

If you develop any of these Omnitrope side effects, make sure to contact a specialist, so that it won’t get worse.


The Omnitrope dosage is calculated according to your body weight and medical history. Make sure to give all the details about your medical history to your doctor before he or she prescribes you Omnitrope.

If the solution is cloudy or contains any particular matter, make sure not to inject it, as it must be clear and colorless when you use it. Also, it must be refrigerated at a temperature between 2° to 8°C.

The Omnitrope dosage must be given individually to every patient, as not every each one of them has the same weight, medical history, and so on. Omnitrope can be given in the buttocks, thigh or abdomen.