Pfizer Genotropin 16 Iu Pen
Genotropin Goquick 16 IU ( 5.3 mg) Instructions for use
What is it used for?
Genotropin Goquick is a growth hormone. Contained in somatropin its structure is comparable with that of growth hormone in the human body. It is used if the growth hormone in the body has stopped or decreased. The use of muscle and bone development occurs at the right rate.
Used to treat growth hormone disorders in children.
If your development is irregular compared to normal human development and the growth hormone is not enough
If you have Turner’s syndrome. It can be a chromosomal disease (which can affect growth in girls ).
If the kidneys fail to function adequately, growth hormone may be affected
If you are not the height and weight of normal children after the age of four. When you are born you are weak or smaller than normal babies. It will help growth hormone development.
Genotropin Goquick is used in adults for growth hormone deficiency. Growth hormone deficiency is a problem that can occur in childhood or adulthood. If you have received growth hormone therapy in childhood, it is checked again in adulthood and reused if necessary. This medicine is only used in children or adults with growth hormone deficiency and do not use it unless the doctor has instructed you to use it.
In what situations it should not be used?
Do not use if you are allergic or hypersensitive to somatropine or one of the components contained therein.
Do not use if you have an active tumor. If it has been treated and is not an active tumor, you should not use it in consultation with your doctor.
If you have a serious illness, do not use it if you have had open heart surgery, stomach surgery or an accident as a result of an accident. If you have used the drug before and later experienced a condition that requires surgery, tell your doctor beforehand that you have been receiving growth hormone treatment.
Do not use if your growth has ended (closed epiphysis).
In which situations it should be used with caution?
If you are at risk for diabetes. In this case, the doctor should monitor your long blood sugar.
If you have diabetes, your doctor will need to adjust the dose of the medication. Your blood sugar should be monitored.
Some patients may need to use thyroid medication after taking the drug.
If you experience headaches, nausea and vomiting, you should consult your doctor.
If you have used growth hormone because of a cancer, tumor you have experienced in the past, you need to re-check for tumor recurrence or cancer.
If you have ever-growing abdominal pain
This experience should not be limited if you are over 80 years old. Your doctor will advise you on the appropriate dosage and use.
In children with chronic renal failure, necessary controls should be performed prior to use.
Small or very weak born children: if you were born very small or very weak and you are between 9 and 12 y.o, ask your doctor for advice specific to puberty and use of this product, Your doctor will check your blood sugar and insulin levels each year before and during treatment. The treatment should be continued until your growth ends.
If these warnings apply to you, even at any time in the past, please consult your doctor.