Nouveautrope contains – 10 vials of 10IU HGH.
Growth hormone (GH) is a small protein that is made by the pituitary gland and secreted into the bloodstream. GH production is controlled by a complex set of hormones produced in the hypothalamus of the brain and in the intestinal tract and pancreas.
GH acts on many tissues throughout the body. In children and adolescents, it stimulates the growth of bone and cartilage. In people of all ages, GH boosts protein production, promotes the utilization of fat, interferes with the action of insulin, and raises blood sugar levels. GH also raises levels of insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1).
GH is available as a prescription drug that is administered by injection. GH is indicated for children with GH deficiency and others with very short stature. It is also approved to treat adult GH deficiency; an uncommon condition that almost always develops in conjunction with major problems afflicting the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, or both. The diagnosis of adult GH deficiency depends on special tests that stimulate GH production; simple blood tests are useless at best, misleading at worst.
ALWAYS TALK TO YOUR DOCTOR
Before you receive GH, tell your doctor about all your past and present medical conditions, especially allergies, trauma, surgery, diabetes, cancer, breathing problems, liver or kidney disease, scoliosis, high blood pressure, pancreas disorder, underactive thyroid, or a brain tumor.
Also tell your doctor about all other medications you use, especially steroids or diabetes medications. Your dosages of these medicines may need to be changed when you start using GH. Do not stop using a steroid suddenly or change any of your medication doses without your doctor’s advice.
If you have Prader-Willi syndrome and are using GH, call your doctor promptly if you develop signs of lung or breathing problems such as shortness of breath, coughing, or new or increased snoring.
Call your doctor at once if you have sudden and severe pain in your upper stomach with nausea and vomiting, fast heartbeat, increased thirst or urination, weight loss, or vision changes and sudden, severe pain behind your eyes.
DO NOT TAKE HUMAN GROWTH HORMONE IF YOU HAVE:
diabetic retinopathy (a serious eye condition caused by diabetes)
Prader-Willi syndrome and are also overweight or have sleep apnea or severe respiratory (lung) problems
TO MAKE SURE YOU CAN SAFELY TAKE GROWTH HORMONE, TELL YOUR DOCTOR IF YOU HAVE ANY OF THESE OTHER CONDITIONS:
kidney disease (or if you are on dialysis)
a pituitary gland disorder
high blood pressure (hypertension)
a pancreas disorder (especially in children)
a history of cancer
carpal tunnel syndrome
a brain tumor or lesion