Omnitrope is human growth hormone injections produced by a pharmaceutical company called Sandoz. The Omnitrope injections are laboratory created to provide a ready supply of human growth hormone (HGH). It has been designed to be bioidentical to somatotropin. The pituitary glands naturally produce somatotropin. Reduced levels of somatropin result in growth failure among other conditions like Turner Syndrome and Prader-Willi Syndrome.
Omnitrope can be used in case of various conditions. The conditions are and not limited to abnormal fatigue, weight gain, low stamina and or decreased orgasm strength. All of these are medical conditions. As such, individuals are advised to seek medical attention before using Omnitrope.
When visiting a doctor, the patient should disclose their past medical conditions. That is to say, in case one has suffered from any long-term medical condition, they should be open about it. Additionally, the family medical history should also be disclosed. This disclosure is essential to ensure one gets high-quality prescriptions and avoiding adverse side effects.
Some persons are not allowed to use Omnitrope. They include and not limited to, persons with allergies to growth hormones, severe breathing problems, and any tumor. The use is also discouraged for cases of certain types of heart or stomach surgeries.
Omnitrope is packed as a lyophilized powder. That is, it is a peptide that has been freeze-dried. It is packaged this way for preservation purposes. The powder is packed in 5.8 milligrams vials. It also comes with 1.14 milliliters vial of water that has been preserved with alcohol. Once acquired and mixed, the reconstitution’s stability is three weeks. It advisable that the vial is kept in conditions between 36oF and 46oF.
Omnitrope offers injection pens to help with the injection process. It eliminates the need for mixing to reconstitute. After the first injection, the ready to use cartridge is viable for only 28 days. Once done with the first cartridge, the pen needs to be primed before use. Priming is the removal of air that accumulates during usage from the cartridge.
As much as Omnitrope is beneficial, it also has side effects. As a user, one expects numbness or swellings around the injected area, joint and muscle pain, and headaches. There are also extreme cases such as glycosuria (sugar in urine), Carpal tunnel syndrome, decreasing levels of thyroid hormone and increased mortality.
It is encouraged that in case of any adverse effects, one should report to the food and drug administration (FDA). In conclusion, the usage of this growth hormone should be with care.