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Pfizer Genotropin 12mg Pen
Recombined Human Growth Hormone

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Somatropin 36iu (12mg) per pen

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Human Growth Hormone

As you age, your body naturally produces less growth hormone (HGH). You are no longer growing, so you no longer need to generate as many new cells on a regular basis. Therefore the drop in HGH production can be considered as the process that makes you age. HGH directly influences the growth and development of cells, bones, cartilage, muscles, skin, blood vessels, nerves, liver and kidneys. All of the bodily functions governed by HGH are the areas that begin to suffer as HGH levels drop and you age.

There are noticeable effects as HGH levels drop, your skin tone deadens, wrinkles appear, and skin slackens. Sleep and sleep patterns are usually affected. You may notice a considerable decrease in sex drive as a direct result of shifting hormone levels. There are often changes in blood pressure, oxygen level and skin sensitivity; all of which are governed by the amount of HGH available through production. Muscle tone diminishes as your body begins to store more fat. This is due to decreased cell production and a reduced metabolic rate. Your clarity of thought and memory begin to suffer. This is due to the slower rejuvenation of cells; this time in your brain. HGH directly and indirectly affects almost every part of your body.

The use of Recombined Human Growth Hormone (rHGH)

Most of the growth hormone products available are manufactured using recombinant DNA technology; the two types of synthetic HGH available are somatropin and somatrem. Both synthetic types have similar pharmacological actions. The synthetic forms, once in the body, are impossible to distinguish from the naturally occurring growth hormone.

The use of rHGH has multiple physiological effects including regulation of metabolism, maintaining fluid and electrolyte balances, increasing skeletal and muscle mass. GH levels are generally increased during stress, sleep and exercise.The use of rHGH can promote the absorption of amino acids by muscle cells and the synthesis of cells, DNA and RNA; making the human body increase its levels of hydrocarbon and sugar as well as keeping nitrogen when absorbing extra protein cells. All the above-mentioned actions promote the growth of muscle cells and the increase of muscle strength. At the same time, when rHGH contacts the hormone receiver of fat cells, it metabolizes those fat cells. This action is termed stearolysis, which can greatly reduce fat accumulation in human abdomens, buttocks and the inside of the upper arm. It is therefore argued that presently, the best way of losing fat is to use rHGH.

A clinical experiment made by San-Tomas Hospital, had a test group inject themselves with rHGH for 6 months. Everyone in that group reduced their fat content by 15.5 pounds. At the same time, they increased their muscle mass by 10.1 pounds. Their lumbar-buttock proportion was also remarkably reduced. The placebo group showed none of these effects.

Growth Hormone is never taken orally. It is always administered as an injection, either subcutaneous or intramuscular, and acts rapidly once it is absorbed in the blood stream. The dosing of growth hormone is still not fully known. While the latest research indicates it should be based on levels of IGF, many physicians dose it based on body weight. For adults, the dosing is about 0.01-0.1 mg/kg body weight. This dosing depends on the type of product and what it is to be used for. The currently available Growth Hormone either comes as a powder, in vials, or as a premixed liquid in cartridges. The powder is solubilized in a saline solution before injection.

Potential risks of rHGH

With rHGH there is the ever-present risk of overdose, which can lead to the development of chronic conditions brought on by excessive GH production, such as acromegaly. Since rHGH stimulates cell growth, there is also the risk that rHGH may activate the proliferation of unwanted cells like cancer cells, causing the development of leukaemia, prostate cancer, and malignant tumours. Comparatively less serious side effects of GH include fluid retention, carpal tunnel syndrome, joint pain, and type 2- diabetes.

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Country of Origin
United States
Pharmaceutical Ingredients
Recombined Human Growth Hormone