The sequence of amino acids in Hypertropin is exactly the same as the growth hormone produced by the pituitary gland in the human body. To inject the hormone, IU vials of freeze-dried powder will have to be mixed with plain water. Each vial of Hypertropin is reconstituted with one milliliter of sterile water before it can be deemed ready for injection either under your skin or into your muscle.

The dosage of Hypertropin will be determined by the purpose of use. If you’re going to use it for therapeutic reasons, no more than 2 IU is recommended per day. Some people use it for weight loss, shaping, or body building then 4 to 8IU is a commonly reported dose. This use of HGH is not recommended! Eight to sixteen IU is considered ideal for treating severe injuries and burns. Before you purchase Hypertropin, make sure that you have consulted a physician as to determine the right dosage for you.

NeoGenica Bioscience Ltd., is the manufacturer of hypertropin. The product is available in injectable or vial forms. Each IU will cost you between $30 to $90. Hypertropin is not approved by the FDA and is not available in the USA. Like Fitropin, Jintropin and Hygetropin, it is made in China by Chinese pharmaceutical companies.

Who Can Use Hypertropin and What Are Its Benefits?

Hypertropin may be used in case of pediatric problems as well as adult growth hormone deficiency. It helps in alleviating symptoms of HGH deficiency and also in management of renal transplant. Renal insufficiency may cause insufficient growth of hormones prior to a kidney transplant. Hypertropin can be used as an effective treatment measure for such a growth deficiency.

Therapeutic medications must also be used along with Hypertropin in order to effectively manage renal insufficiency. The drug can be used in the long-term treatment of Turners Syndrome. When there arises a deficiency of growth hormones in men, Hypertropin acts as a substitute for those hormones that are naturally produced in the body.

Side Effects of Hypertropin

Hypertropin, like any other drug, causes bad reactions along with delivering its positive effects. The side effects experienced most commonly include inflammation and/or pain in the joints, swelling of feet and hands causing water retention, and tingling or stiff arms. Most people who use Hypertropin report that the adverse effects are usually mild to moderate. The severity as well as the intensity of the side effect will disappear with time. They often occur only in the first few weeks after therapy is underway, and in all cases, a cessation or reduction of dosage cures the problem.