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List Of The Possible Side Effects Of Genotropin

Here is a list of the possible side effects of Genotropin. The first list shares issues that can occur, but may go away on their own once the body adjusts to the right dosage of the medication.

Mild swelling of hands or feet Unusual bruising
Mild swelling of mouth, lips, or tongue Joint pain
Headache Stiffness in joints
Fatigue Cold symptoms such as sore throat, sneezing or stuffy nose
Tiredness or lethargy Muscle pain
Increased appetite Weakness
Weight gain Soreness
Itching at the injection site Body pain (in arms or legs)
Nausea Redness at the injection site
Vomiting Bruising at the injection site
Stomach ache  

This second list shares some of the more serious side effects of Genotropin use. If any of the following are occurring while you are on hormone replacement therapy (HRT), immediately call your clinical advisor and let them know.

Breast enlargement in males Persistent severe stomach pain
Breast pain Nausea
Serious swelling of lips, tongue or mouth Strong tingling in the hands, fingers or wrists
Serious swelling of legs or feet Increased thirst
Rash anywhere on body Increased hunger
Hives Dry mouth
Burning sensation Fruity odor of the breath
Severe itching Dry skin
Blood in the urine Severe pain in the upper part of the stomach that may spread to the back
Numbness Vomiting
A tingling feeling Shortness of breath
Serious and unusual bruising on the body Blurry vision
Fast heart rate Sudden pain that occurs behind the eyes
Slurred speech  
Changes in vision  

We are sharing these side effects of genotropin; however, it is important to keep in mind two things:

  1. Not everyone will get these symptoms
  2. Not every symptom is listed
  3. If one single person experiences a symptom while taking these injections, it is required that companies that sell the medication disclose that it could occur

Understanding what can happen if something does not go right while taking Genotropin injections is wise. This way, a patient can learn to spot a negative side effect if it happens and they can learn how to immediately minimize them or eliminate them if they do occur.

How To Avoid And Minimize The Side Effects Of Genotropin

The best way to avoid and to minimize the negative side effects that could occur while taking Genotropin is to follow your doctor’s prescription exactly as it is written. Physicians from Greenberg Health make it their main priority and goal to make sure that every single patient they help gets individualized attention to give them the best HRT experience possible.

Doctors will analyze a patient’s blood test results, physical exam results and medical history completely and fully to determine what medication and dosage is right for that patient. They will then proceed to create a treatment plan that is detailed and unique for the client.

Lastly, doctors provide medical supervision throughout the therapeutic protocol. This means that they will be monitoring the progress of patients to make sure that they do not experience negative side effects. If they do and the patient reports it, the physician can immediately change the dosage of the medication and rid of any problems very quickly.

Negative side effects from Genotropin are rare.

However, although side effects from Genotropin are rare, they still can happen and a patient must look out for them. Being responsible on any medical program, including hormone replacement therapy is imperative for a safe experience with great results.