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Genotropin is a recombinant human growth hormone (also called somatropin). It has the same structure as natural human growth hormone which is needed for bones and muscles to grow. It also helps your fat and muscle tissues to develop in the right amounts. It is recombinant meaning it is not made from human or animal tissue. In adults, Genotropin is used to treat persons with pronounced growth hormone deficiency. This can start during adult life, or it can continue from childhood. If you have been treated with Genotropin for growth hormone deficiency during childhood, your growth hormone status will be retested after completion of growth. If severe growth hormone deficiency is confirmed, your doctor will propose continuation of Genotropin treatment.

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GENOTROPIN 5.3 mg powder for injection with solvent. Two-chamber cartridge, for use in a Pfizer injection device (GENOTROPIN Pen) or sealed in a disposable pre-filled pen (GENOTROPIN GoQuick).
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GENOTROPIN 12 mg powder for injection with solvent. The cartridge contains 12 mg somatropin, glycine, sodium dihydrogen phosphate anhydrous, disodium phosphate anhydrous, water for injection, m-cresol, mannito l.
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Contraindications

  • - GENOTROPIN should not be used when there is any evidence of tumour activity and anti-tumour therapy must be completed prior to starting therapy.
  • - GENOTROPIN should not be used for growth promotion in children with closed epiphyses.
  • - GENOTROPIN is contraindicated in patients with Prader-Willi syndrome who are severely obese or have severe respiratory impairment.

Precautions

Somatropin reduces insulin sensitivity and therefore patients should be observed for evidence of glucose intolerance. In rare cases the diagnostic criteria for type 2 diabetes mellitus may be fulfilled as a result of growth hormone therapy but risk factors such as obesity (including obese PWS patients), family history, steroid treatment or pre-existing impaired glucose tolerance have been present in most cases where this has occurred. Growth hormone can be used in patients with already manifest diabetes mellitus, however, its use requires special care and the dose of anti-diabetic therapy may require adjustment.

Side Effects

If you experience any of the following you must contact your doctor as soon as possible:

  • - A reaction at or around the site of injection.
  • - Nausea, vomiting, headaches or problems with your vision.
  • - Limping.
  • - Swelling of the arms or legs.
  • - Painful joints or muscle aches and pains.
  • - Unusual muscle stiffness.
  • - Tingling or numbness in your hands or feet.
  • - Extreme tiredness or change to thirst or appetite.
  • - Increased thirst and need to pass urine, particularly if overweight or if anyone in your family has diabetes.
  • - Discomfort or pain in the hip or knee.

Dosage

Adults with growth hormone deficiency: The recommended dosage at the start of therapy is 0.04 mg/kg/week divided into 7 daily subcutaneous injections. This dose should be gradually increased according to individual patient requirements to a maximum of 0.08 mg/kg/week. Dose titration is based on the development of side effects and determination of serum levels of insulin like growth factor (IGF-1). Dose requirements may decline with increasing age.