Norditropin is an artificial growth hormone originally intended to be used for medical purposes only. But as often happens, athletes have started to use the drug over time. Growth hormone was developed for the treatment of children suffering from growth retardation, so its composition is as safe as possible for the body. The substance has gained popularity among athletes. It can be used to increase overall body endurance, increase training intensity and build muscle mass.
ADVANTAGES OF NORDITROPIN NORDILET GROWTH HORMONE
The drug has a pronounced effect, thanks to which it is possible to stimulate the growth of cells and bone tissue. During the course, metabolic processes are significantly accelerated, which is particularly important for athletes. The preparation contains synthetic somatropin, thanks to which the natural somatotropin content is restored. Thanks to what, athletes:
- increases muscle mass;
- eliminates adipose tissue;
- it achieves great wellbeing and extra strength.
The use of growth hormone forces the body's bone tissue to rebuild, which makes the skeleton more powerful and able to withstand the high loads that a bodybuilder has to face. In the first time after the start of the course, weight loss begins, which is associated with the resorption process, after which there is a stable increase. The appropriate dosage can only be determined individually, which depends on the state of the body and how it is able to tolerate the components of the drug.
Growth hormone deficiency in the body (pituitary dwarfism, pituitary dwarfism); chronic renal failure in children, accompanied by growth retardation; Shereshevsky-Turner syndrome.
From endocrine system: hyperglycemia, increased symptoms of hypothyroidism.Allergic reactions: rash, itching, increased titer of antibodies against somatropin.Others: headache, swelling.Local reactions: pain, redness at the injection site.
Malignant neoplasms, pregnancy, breastfeeding, hypersensitivity to somatropin.Pregnancy and lactationContraindicated during pregnancy and lactation.
Do not use in patients with complete bone growth.Use with caution in patients with diabetes mellitus (requires control of blood sugar levels and, if necessary, increase insulin dose). Lack of thyroid function may reduce the effectiveness of somatropin. If hypothyroidism develops, thyroid hormones should be administered.
With simultaneous use with GCS, the effectiveness of somatropin decreases.