What is Norditropin®?
Norditropin® is manufactured by Novo Nordisk and it’s similar to an ‘EpiPen,’ where it contains
the identical sequence of 191 bio-identical Amino Acids of HGH (Human Growth Hormone) that
are produced naturally by the pituitary gland. The Norditropin pen contains Biostatic water
already premixed with the HGH medicine, so there is no need for reconstitution.
What is Norditropin®? FlexPro used for?
The Norditropin® FlexPro pen is used to facilitate injecting HGH subcutaneously into the belly
What are the side effects of Norditropin®?
The side effects of Norditropin® include:
Does Norditropin® need to be refrigerated?
No, Norditropin® does not need to be refrigerated while using it, unless it is going to be stored
for more than 4-5 weeks.
How much does Norditropin® cost?
In the USA, Humatrope treatments can range from $1200-$1500 per month.
How do you inject Norditropin® FlexPro?
Norditropin® FlexPro needs to be injected into the belly fat…subcutaneously.
How long does Norditropin® last?
Norditropin® pens come refrigerated and each one must be kept that way until it is used the
first time. After that, they can be stored outside of the refrigerator for up to 21 days (or in the
refrigerator for up to 4 weeks).
Is HGH harmful?
HGH is safe if taken as prescribed and taken while supervised by a medical Doctor. HGH can be
harmful if it’s taken without proper medical tests and medical supervision.
What are the side effects of human growth hormone?
The side effects of human growth hormone include:
- tiredness/fatigue/ weakness
- muscle or joint stiffness or pain/ pain in arms or legs
- cold symptoms (stuffy nose, sneezing, sore throat)
- injection site reactions (redness, soreness, swelling, rash, itching, pain, or bruising)
Does HGH cause muscle cramps?
No, HGH does not cause muscle cramps.
How long does it take for HGH to start working?
Users of HGH treatment report benefits within 6-10 weeks. They also report additional health
enhancements within 4-6 months of treatment.
- Carpal tunnel syndrome.
- Increased insulin resistance.
- Swelling in the arms and legs (edema)
- Joint and muscle pain.
- For men, enlargement of breast tissue (gynecomastia)