Omnitrope is an injectable drug containing a Synthetic Growth Hormone (Somatropin) which is a deviate of human GH extracted from human pituitary glands. Omnitrope is used for anti aging process, body building and fat loss purposes. Bodybuilders and athletes use it to enhance their exercise performance, muscle mass and their immune system. The positive effects on human body include: the stimulation of cells growth in all the organs of the human body, inducement of protein synthesis or the enhancement of metabolism and increase of the glucose transport. Omnitrope is important as well in increasing both calcium retention and the mineralization of bones.
Always use Omnitrope the way it was prescribed. You should never inject it for a longer period than you are told and you should never use more/less. Always follow the directions.
Omnitrope is injected under the skin or it can be injected into the muscle. Do not give yourself the injection if you are unsure of how to do it. Make sure to always dispose of the needles/syringes properly in a puncture proof container and meeting all local regulations.
You should change where you give yourself the injection according to the directions provided. You shoul not inject in the same location twice and you should not inject infected skin or injured skin.
Do not shake the Omnitrope as this can destroy it. You will mix the Omnitrope powder with the diluent liquid, and then you will swirl it in a gentle consistent manner. Do not use if particles are seen or if there is a change in color. Never use expired Omnitrope and if you are unsure about how something relating your prescription or administering your prescription talk to your doctor.
If you have an allergic reaction to Omnitrope such as trouble breathing or swelling of the throat, lips or face you need to immediately seek medical attention. See your doctor if you develop drowsiness, blurred vision, dry mouth, fast heart rate, dry skin, hunger, nausea, vomiting, increased thirst, numbness or tingling in the hands/fingers, severe stomach pain, severe pain behind your eyes, swelling of your hands/feet/face.