Genotropin - Help To Understand

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Shari Says:

All I hear from the endocrinologist is you'll feel better. No explanation of why. No discussion of side effects. I have MS, Fibro, SFN, many drug allergies. Anaphylactic shock bad. Why can't I just get some answers? My Dr. is no help.

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Shari Says:

Please help me understand.

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VerFree Says:

Anaphylactic Shock is an allergic reaction that occurs when someone is dangerously allergic to something, so it is not condition that you would have for a long time that would require ongoing treatment. It it isn't treated immediately, death can occur.

As to the Genotropin, it is a growth hormone that is usually used to growth deficiency, some intestinal disorders, and HIV related weight loss, or wasting.

Are you saying your doctor hasn't told you why he wants you on it? That's very odd, you have a right to know.

It's normal side effects may include headache, nausea, and vomiting.

Are you on any other medications? Are you underweight?

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Moses Says:

Hi. Unfortunately, I have only 5.3 ampules of Genotropin growth hormone but 12 mg Pen. Do you know if I can take them together? I was thinking about administering twice as much the recommended dosage. What do you think? Is that safe?

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