Genotropin

Last Update May 30, 2016
is a gastrointestinal medication and a growth hormone.
Uses: Genotropin is prescribed for Growth Hormone Deficiency, AIDS, Short Stature, Muscle Wasting and Pituitary Dwarfism and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
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Last Update May 30, 2016
Satisfaction Score
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4.1
Very Satisfied
based on 3,739 conversations around the web
Share your experience
Share your experience

What people say about Genotropin

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Positive 156 "I ve been using genotropin which worked great for me but the price was really high for non chinese hgh.Been using blue tops which work decent but i got side effects like join pain and water... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 76 "I’ve been taking Genotropin (Pharma HGH) for about 6 months at 0.9 on the go quick pen think its about 3ius 5 days a week to heal my shoulder from surgery. I can say that it has seriously helped. But... "Read more negative discussions
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Facts about Genotropin

Alcohol warning on Genotropin
There may be a negative interaction between Genotropin and alcohol.
How do I obtain Genotropin?
Prescription in the USA
How do I take Genotropin?
Injection
What dosages are available?
Cartridge: 5 mg/mL (15 unit/mL), 12 mg/mL (36 unit/mL), 1.5 (4 unit) mg
Ingredients
Somatropin
Approval Date
August 24, 1995
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