BIOTROPIN FITNESS NEAR ME
This hormone helps the human body to grow by aiding cell growth and regeneration.
Use 1ml of Sterile/Bacteriostatic/Saline water for the reconstitution
Do not mix the powder and water at once. Slowly drip the water along the walls of the vial.
Do not shake the vial.
Place the vial in the refrigerator for 30 minutes and the GH is ready for injection
Dose the GH into the fatty layer beneath the skin
HOW IS BIOTROPIN FITNESS PACKAGED?
1 Box of 10 Vials (10 IU/Vial)
WHAT ARE THE FEATURES OF BIOTROPIN FITNESS
Helps in regeneration and reproduction of cells in the human body
Recovery from injuries
Taken along with Steroids, Biotropin Fitness helps in elevating it’s effects
DOSAGE AND INSTRUCTIONS
1 dose of 3.3 IU per day before breakfast
HOW TO STORE
Store refrigerated at low temperatures between 2 degrees to 8 degrees
– Replacement therapy in adults with pronounced growth hormone deficiency.
– Adult-onset: Patients who have severe growth hormone deficiency associated with multiple hormone deficiencies as a result of known hypothalamic or pituitary pathology, and who have at least one known deficiency of a pituitary hormone not being prolactin. These patients should undergo an appropriate dynamic test in order to diagnose or exclude a growth hormone deficiency.
– Childhood-onset: Patients who were growth hormone deficient during childhood as a result of congenital, genetic, acquired, or idiopathic causes. In patients with a high likelihood for persistent GHD, i.e. a congenital cause or GHD secondary to a hypothalamic-pituitary disease or insult, an insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I) SDS < -2 off growth hormone treatment for at least 4 weeks should be considered sufficient evidence of profound GHD.
All other patients will require an IGF-I assay and one growth hormone stimulation test.
Biotropin is indicated for:
– the long-term treatment of children who have growth failure due to inadequate secretion of growth hormone
– the long-term treatment of growth retardation due to Turner’s Syndrome confirmed by chromosome analysis.
- Adult Onset: Patients who have a growth hormone deficiency, either alone or associated with multiple hormone deficiencies (hypopituitarism), as a result of pituitary disease, hypothalamic disease, surgery, radiation therapy, or trauma; or
- Childhood-Onset: Patients who were growth hormone deficient during childhood as a result of congenital, genetic, acquired, or idiopathic causes.
In general, confirmation of the diagnosis of adult growth hormone deficiency in both groups usually requires an appropriate growth hormone stimulation test.
-2.5 and parental adjusted height SDS < -1) in short children born small for gestational age (SGA), with birth weight and/or length below -2 SD, who failed to show catch-up growth (HV SDS < 0 during the last year) by 4 years of age or later.
In all other patients, and IGF-I measurement and one growth hormone stimulation test is required.
Adult-onset growth hormone deficiency:
Pronounced GHD in known hypothalamic-pituitary disease, cranial irradiation, and traumatic brain injury.
In adults, the insulin tolerance test is the provocative test of choice. however, these tests have less established diagnostic value than the insulin tolerance test.