Genotropin Uses for Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency
Adult growth hormone deficiency is a potentially serious condition since it can lead to osteoporosis, type 2 diabetes, dementia, obesity, high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, high cholesterol, and other health concerns. Genotropin by Pfizer is a brand of HGH that replenishes the supply of growth hormone in the body when the pituitary gland no longer meets the demand from GH receptor cells.
Although the adult body “stops growing” by the time the early twenties have been reached, growth hormone is still necessary to aid in continual muscle and bone structure, cellular regeneration, immune system support, metabolic functions, and brain performance. Genotropin HGH steps in when the supply of GH is not enough to support all of these areas at one time. The slow decline typically starts in a person’s early thirties, but the change is so slight at first that it often goes unnoticed. Proper lifestyle habits that include good nutrition, adequate sleep, exercise, and reduced stress can slow down the decline. Conversely, poor habits will likely speed up the symptoms of GH deficiency in adults.
The reason adults turn to Genotropin is for the benefits that come from replenishing dwindling growth hormone supplies. Most people who use this treatment will see a complete reversal of the symptoms they experience that stem from this deficiency.
The Genotropin Miniquick is just one of the options Pfizer provides, along with their unique injector pen systems, as well as the more traditional (and lower priced) vials of freeze-dried HGH powder. Here at Kingsberg Medical, our hormone replacement specialist discuss all of the treatment options to help each person select the one that best suits his or her needs.
That is how you receive the following Genotropin benefits:
- Deeper, more restful sleep
- Increased energy and endurance
- Improved immunity and recovery times
- Better cellular regeneration
- Stronger bones and muscles
- Increased internal organ size and functions
- Sharper memory and cognitive skills
- Brighter outlook and mood
- Thicker, fuller hair
- Improved collagen production for firmer skin
- Stronger nails
- Enhanced night vision and eyesight
- Lower cholesterol
- Better adjustment to changing temperatures
- Increased drive and motivation
- Improved libido, sexual performance, and pleasure
- Loss of excess belly fat and enhanced metabolic functions
Side Effects of Genotropin
As with any medical treatment, HGH Genotropin is not without potential side effects. On a whole, most people never experience any adverse reactions as long as they have gone through an experienced doctor to receive this treatment. The balancing of hormone levels requires extensive knowledge and experience, which is why a hormone replacement therapy specialist is the best choice for diagnosis of this condition along with its treatment.
Potential side effects from Genotropin include:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Edema – swelling
- Type 2 diabetes
- High cholesterol
- Joint and muscle pains
- Nausea or changes in appetite
The first four items on the list above are the most serious, but also the least likely to occur. It would take extremely large doses of Genotropin HGH for extended periods to bring about these side effects. This is most typically seen in people who are not under the care of an HRT specialist, or those who engage in the purchase of HGH injections from the black market without a valid prescription.
When you work with a hormone specialist, you will undergo blood analysis and physical examination that will enable an accurate diagnosis and dosage determination. Individuals over the age of sixty will start out with lower doses and then work their way up to give the body the time to adjust to the increase in HGH without negative effects.
For additional information about Pfizer’s Genotropin Pen, Miniquick, or vial HGH treatment methods, or to arrange for your free consultation with a specialist, contact Kingsberg Medical by phone or the short form on this page. We offer affordable treatment options and convenient blood testing throughout the US. Use Genotropin or other high-quality brands of HGH therapy to stop growth hormone deficiency before it stops you from enjoying your life.Brian Leeber