Buy Tev-Tropin Somatropin Online
Manufactured by TEVA Pharmaceuticals, Tev-Tropin is a synthetic human growth hormone of recombinant DNA origin. The polypeptide comprises 191 amino acid residues and has a weight of approximately 22,124 Daltons. It shares a similar amino acid sequence as the growth hormone that is naturally produced in the body, making it a perfect replacement when there are low levels. Tev-Tropin helps to stimulate cell and tissue growth while also promoting cell repair. It is a brand of somatropin, a popular growth stimulant used for purposes more than the ones approved by the FDA.
How To inject Tev-Tropin Somatropin
This product comes in the form of a white, sterile lyophilized powder supplied in vials. You will need to do some reconstitution before administration. These vials are available in 5mg and 10mg offerings. The Tev-Tropin 10mg vial contains 10 mg somatropin and supplies with a diluent that has 0.33% metacresol for preservation. The 5mg vial has 5mg recombinant somatropin and its diluent uses benzyl alcohol (0.9%) as a preservative. The growth hormone administers through a subcutaneous injection after reconstitution. The pH range for reconstituted solutions is 7.0 to 9.0. You will also be able to administer Tev-Tropin 5mg more easily using a needle-free injection device known as T-Jet. See more products from the our Exclusive HGH and Steroid Store
Side Effects of Tev-Tropin Somatropin
The following adverse reactions have observed during the appropriate use of somatropin:
- Headaches (children and adults),
- Gynecomastia (children),
- Pancreatitis (children and adults).
None of the patients with anti-GH antibodies in the clinical studies experienced decreased linear growth response to Tev-Tropin or any other associated adverse event. Injection site reactions (e.g., pain, bruise) occurred in 8 of the 164 treated patients.
Leukemia has reported in a small number of patients treated with other growth hormone products. It is uncertain whether this risk is related to the pathology of growth hormone deficiency itself, growth hormone therapy, or other associated treatments such as radiation therapy for intracranial tumors.