Omnitrope: General Information & Indications
Omnitrope HGH is manufactured in Austria by Sandoz – one of the world’s leading producers of biopharmaceuticals. With a well-established reputation for maintaining the highest levels of standards in quality and purity, it can be expected that Omnitrope will be a superior form of human growth hormone therapy for use by individuals diagnosed with AGHD – adult growth hormone deficiency.
HGH therapy is used to treat growth hormone (GH) deficiency in children and adults, alike. National HRT® is a national hormone replacement therapy (HRT) clinic that treats adults over thirty for a variety of deficiencies, including GH.
In order to be prescribed Sandoz Omnitrope, the following steps must be completed:
- A comprehensive medical questionnaire must be answered in its entirety.
- Physical examination by a local doctor must be performed.
- A blood specimen must be collected at a local lab for testing.
The completion of these three steps will provide the HRT doctor with everything needed in order to make an accurate assessment of who is a candidate for HGH Omnitrope therapy. Treatment with bioidentical human growth hormones will not be provided to athletes or anyone looking to build their muscles whether for pleasure or competition. Raising the level of GH higher than where its optimum point is can be dangerous and cause serious side effects. Only those with a verifiable deficiency will be provided with the authorization for the use of Omnitrope growth hormone.
Sandoz offers the standard vial and syringe method of treatment which is typically the lowest price option that people can opt for when looking for affordable HGH therapy.
In addition, it provides the following two choices:
- Omnitrope Pen 5
- Omnitrope Pen 10
Individuals looking for a combination of convenience and affordability often opt for this method of HGH administration since the Omnitrope Pen 10 and Pen 5 both come with replaceable cartridges that are already premixed and ready for insertion into the pen units. There is no need for reconstituting the medication, and it must always remain refrigerated until 30 minutes before ready to use.
If there are any concerns, questions, or if you would like more information about HGH therapy, please contact National HRT® for a free consultation by phone. We are a full-service national hormone replacement therapy clinic, and offer all necessary testing and treatment to those adults suffering from hormonal imbalances and deficiencies.
Benefits of Omnitrope
Growth hormone deficiency in adults is very different from that in children. Youngsters who are prescribed this medication take it to aid in their linear growth. Adults have already reached their final height, and at this point, GH fulfills a number of other crucial roles in the body.
Omnitrope benefits in adults include:
- Rebuilding lean muscle mass that was lost as a result of this deficiency
- Strengthening the bones and protecting against osteoporosis
- Ensuring internal organ structural growth is maintained and protecting against shrinkage and decreasing functions
- Increasing collagen for firmer, tighter skin
- Improving hair growth and thickness
- Strengthening nails
Each of the above benefits stems from an increase in cellular regeneration that is, in part, regulated by growth hormone.
Other benefits of Sandoz Omnitrope include:
- Improved cognitive functions, learning, memory, and concentration
- Increased libido and pleasure
- Better, deeper sleep
- Stronger immune system functions and speedier recovery times
- Lower cholesterol
- Brighter mood and outlook
- Sharper eyesight and night vision
- Weight loss and improved metabolic functions
Each of these areas can see breakdown occur when the body, more specifically the pituitary gland, slows down its production and subsequent secretion of somatotropin (growth hormone). Receiving the proper HGH Omnitrope dosage can reverse these symptoms and provide exceptional benefits as shown in this section.
Possible Side Effects of Omnitrope
The risk of Omnitrope side effects occurring is very slight if the medication was prescribed by a hormone replacement specialist. These doctors are highly trained in this area of medication and understand how to determine the correct dosage for each individual.
The most commonly seen side effects of HGH therapy are:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- High cholesterol
- Joint and muscle pains
- Mild nausea
- Redness or itching at the injection site
If any of these symptoms persist, contact the doctor to have the dosage of Omnitrope somatropin lowered. This should reverse the concerns and still provide the proper results.
The risk of accidental overdose while using Omnitrope injections by Sandoz is very slight. Those individuals receiving one of the pens will notice that dialing the correct dosage is a simple procedure. Even adults using the standard insulin syringe with the vial of prepared HGH should not have any trouble drawing the right dosage of medication into the syringe.
Symptoms associated with a possible overdose include the following:
- Edema – swelling of the hands, feet, or ankles
- Joint pains
- Muscle aches
- Excessive thirst or hunger
- Dizziness and fainting
- Fast heartbeat
- High or low blood sugar
- Vision changes
- Rapid breathing
If any of these symptoms appear, please contact the clinic at once to discuss the issue with medical personnel. In the case of severe symptoms, please go straight to the nearest emergency room.
Usage and Administration of Omnitrope
The usage of Omnitrope by Sandoz should be restricted to those whose blood tests prove that they are GH deficient. Under no circumstances should anyone administer this medication without a valid need, or without doctor supervision and guidance.
All necessary written instructions for use will be provided by our medical advisors here at the National HRT hormone replacement clinic. This includes links to online videos where people can watch the procedure in its entirety before proceeding with their own first HGH injection at home. Our advisors are also available to be on the phone when the time comes to proceed with that first treatment. This added support is only part of the exceptional service provided by this clinic.
Please refer to the important information below that is essential to know before getting started with Omnitrope HGH Injections:
- Inform the doctor of any medications and vitamin type supplements being taken, as well as any allergies to medications or ingredients that could be in the injections.
- Let the doctor know if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or planning to become pregnant.
- Tell the doctor if you have diabetes.
- Alert the doctor to any lung, kidney, heart, or liver problems.
- Always check for the following: medication expiration date, that the solution is clear before use, that the pen is not damaged, and that the dosage is correct.
Do Not Use If:
- You have cancer, leukemia, or a brain tumor.
- You have complications from recent surgery or a serious injury.
- You suffer from respiratory failure.
- The Omnitrope Pen system is broken, or the cartridge is cracked or damaged.
- The medication appears cloudy, discolored, or has crystals.
- The expiration date has passed.
Following all of these guidelines should result in a successful course of treatment with HGH therapy by those who are proven to be GH deficient.
Alcohol should not be consumed while on this medication. Please direct any questions to National HRT regarding what should be avoided during the treatment phase.