Sermorelin GHRP-6: General Information & Indications
Geref Sermorelin – also referred to as sermorelin acetate – is made up of 44 amino acid residues that are part of the essential peptide that stimulates the brain’s pituitary gland to release growth hormone. A natural elimination process occurs once this substance performs its intended task.
Once a blood test for growth hormone (GH) deficiency has been performed by a doctor who specializes in adult HRT – hormone replacement therapy, a determination can be made as to whether an individual will be best served by receiving HGH therapy or sermorelin injections.
A person who has been having symptoms associated with GH decline will typically notice some of the following changes in his or her life:
- Fatigue, reduced endurance
- Weight gain and slow metabolism
- Loss of lean muscle mass and bone density
- Reduced immune system functions
- Low or non-existent libido
- Hair thinning or loss
- Wrinkles and sagging skin
- High cholesterol
- Mental fatigue
- Poor memory and impaired cognitive functions
- Difficulty with sleep at night
GHRP 2 GHRP 6 sermorelin – more specifically growth hormone releasing peptide-2 and growth hormone releasing peptide–6 are secretagogues – direct influencers of the secretion of GH. GHRP-2 is considered to be superior in the long term over GHRP–6, however, each person will respond differently to medications, and GHRP-6 may bring better results to some individuals. A combination approach is often prescribed.
National HRT® is a national hormone replacement therapy clinic that provides superior sermorelin acetate results for adults diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency.
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Benefits of Sermorelin GHRP-6
Adults typically achieve sermorelin results similar to the benefits of HGH therapy. This includes:
- Increased energy and stamina
- Improved metabolic functions for weight loss
- Restored libido
- Increased lean muscle mass
- Thicker hair
- Stronger bones and a reduced risk of osteoporosis
- Tighter skin and reduced appearance of wrinkles and sagging through increased collagen production
- Stronger immune system functions
- Sharper cognitive skills and memory
- Improved focus
- Better quality of sleep
- Improved outlook and mood
Possible Side Effects of Sermorelin GHRP-6
Sermorelin GHRP 2 GHRP6 is considered to be extremely safe for use when authorized for treatment of individuals with a verifiable growth hormone deficiency as shown by blood analysis.
Contact your doctor if any of the following sermorelin GHRP side effects occur:
- Flushing of the face
- Swelling, redness, or pain at the injections site
- Strange tastes in the mouth
Severe side effects of sermorelin acetate that call for immediate medical attention include:
- Tightness in the chest
- Sudden rash or hives
- Swelling of the lips, face, tongue, or mouth
- Difficulty breathing
Sermorelin GHRP-6 Overdose
Although a sermorelin therapy overdose is rare, immediate help must be sought if this should occur. Contact US poison control at 1-800-222-1222 if an overdose is suspected or go to your nearest emergency room.
Symptoms of a possible overdose include variances in blood pressure or heart rate.
To avoid accidental overdose by children, keep this medication out of reach and stored in the refrigerator, away from light, moisture, and heat.
Usage and Administration of Sermorelin GHRP-6
It is important to remember not to shake Sermorelin during the mixing process. All medications and supplies, including needles and syringes, must be kept out of reach of children and pets at all times. Needles and syringes should never be reused, and must always be discarded in a Sharps container.
If a dosage is accidently skipped, go ahead and administer it as soon as possible, but never administer two doses together. If it is almost time for the next dose, skip it and return to a regular dosing cycle.
The sermorelin injection may be administered subcutaneously – below the skin, or intravenously – through a vein. At home administration will be via the subcutaneous method. All necessary instructions will be provided both in written form and via online videos demonstrating the entire missing and injection process. Telephone guidance and support is also available from experienced medical advisors here at National HRT.
- Tell the doctor if you are pregnant, nursing, or plan to become pregnant
- Provide the doctor with a list of all medications, herbal supplements, vitamins, or dietary aids you may be taking, including dosages, strengths, and frequency of usage
- Let the physician know if you have a brain or head injury
- Tell the doctor about any allergies to medications, foods, or any other substances
- Examine the vials for damage, or for a cloudy or discolored appearance of the medication, or contents such as crystals or other particles
Do Not Use If:
- You have been diagnosed with underactive thyroid functions – hypothyroidism
- You are allergic to any of the ingredients in sermorelin acetate
- The vial is cracked or damaged in any way
- The medication is cloudy or discolored, or if it contains crystals or other particles