Saizen is a type of treatment designed to help people whose bodies don’t produce enough human growth hormone(HGH). This treatment is only available by prescription from reputable medical practitioners. Saizen is delivered via a series of injections and it is made to mimic the growth hormone created in the brain by the pituitary gland. HGH is also known as Somatropin and it is necessary to:
• Increase body muscles.
• Strengthen and heal bones.
• Improve weight loss.
• Have a healthier heart.
• Improve mood balance.
• Have better metabolism.
Who can use Saizen.
Children who are having difficulty growing at the required rate relative to their age can use Saizen to grow faster. Adults trying to heal broken bones, have healthier internal organs or develop and a more balanced emotional predisposition.
Who should not use Saizen.
Children whose growth plates have closed up should not use Saizen because it may cause excessive bone growth leading to friction and pain.
Both adults and children undergoing any of the following medical conditions should avoid Saizen:
• A severe breathing issue or a history of acute asthma attacks.
• Recovering from surgery due to a serious medical concern.
• Allergic reactions to growth hormones.
• Diabetes that has led to eye site problems.
• If you have cancer or a tumor.
• If you suffer from extreme obesity that is life threatening.
• Sleep apnea due to throat muscle failure resulting in sensitivity to HGH.
What Patients should inform their doctors before taking Saizen.
If you have had a history of contracting cancer then there is always a risk of contracting it again in the future. This is why it is important to inform your doctor of all relevant information regarding when it appeared as well as its treatment and remission. Saizen has been correlated to sensitivity to type 2 diabetes which is why if you have a history of diabetes in your family or a higher than average level of blood sugar it is critical to inform your doctor.
Your doctor will need to know of all your allergies but of special note are allergic reactions to sodium hydroxide, benzyn alcohol and phosphoric acid. Women who are pregnant or planning on getting pregnant as well as mothers who are nursing infants should inform their doctors. Last but not least is that you should inform your doctor of any medication you may be taking but especially vitamins and nutrient supplements.
Mild but common side effects of Saizen.
• Pain in muscles and joints areas.
• A red appearance or a rash around the injection area.
• Headaches and unusual sensations.
• Swelling in the extremities due to excess fluid accumulation.
Rare but serious side effects of Saizen.
• Allergic reactions which require immediate medical attention.
• Signs of type 2 diabetes including frequent urination and concentration problems.
• Bone miss-alignment in children can cause the hip to be dislocated.
• Abdominal pain due to pancreatic complications.
• Strange curvature of the spine also known as scoliosis.
How to use Saizen.
Your doctor will give you your precise information on how to mix and use the solution but these are the general directions.
• Saizen must be stored in refrigerator at temperatures of 2 ℃ to 8 ℃.
• Use the green needle to draw 2ml of solvent
• Gradually inject solvent in glass vial.
• Swirl but do not shake the mixture with powder.
• Draw 1ml of the mixed solution and replace the green needle with the grey one.
• Apply disinfectant on injection area.
• Inject the solution in a lower abdomen area of the body.
• Store the remaining mixture for use the following day.