GENOTROPIN 36 IU (12 MG) GOQUICK
Genotropin 12 mg solution for injection is the same drug as the main form of naturally occurring human growth hormone. It is used to treat children with growth deficiency due to inadequate secretion of endogenous growth hormone (GH). It is also used to treat short stature in adults.
The Genotropin 12 mg solution for injection is given as an injection into the skin under the supervision of a doctor. Help your doctor or nurse learn the exact method of self-injection. Before using it, you need to get proper training and guidance from your doctor. The dose and frequency of administration depend on the purpose of administration. You should take this medicine as long as it is prescribed.
The most common side effects of this drug include injection site reactions, headaches, and skin rashes. Talk to your doctor if you are concerned or feel serious about these. There may be ways to reduce or prevent them.
If you have had diabetes or thyroid disease, consult your doctor before taking this medicine. Your doctor should also be aware of all the other medicines you are taking. Many of these medicines can reduce the effectiveness of these medicines or change their effects.
Tell your doctor if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or breastfeeding. You may be asked to regularly check your blood sugar, kidney function, and growth hormone levels before and during treatment.
Use of genotropin solution for injection
Benefits of Genotropin Solution for Injection
Genotropin 12 mg solution for injection is used in place of growth hormone and helps restore normal growth and bone and muscle development in people suffering from growth hormone deficiency. It helps children grow taller and also allows muscle growth in both children and adults. However, it should only be used on a doctor's prescription and cannot be self-administered.
Side effects of genotropin solution for injection
Most side effects do not require medical attention and disappear as your body adapts to the drug. Contact your doctor if they persist, or if you are worried about them
Common side effects of genotropin