What is Omnitrope?
Omnitrope is one of the leading formulations of somatropin – recombinant human growth hormone 9rHGH) – used as the most effective treatment for human growth hormone deficiency (GHD). The manufacturer is Sandoz Biopharmaceuticals, an elite pharmaceutical firm. Sandoz is a vision of the Novartis Group, a global healthcare company headquartered in Switzerland.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval Omnitrope in 2006 as a therapeutic used in the treatment of adult GHD. Omnitrope is only available with a valid prescription from a licensed US medical provider.
HGH levels tend to decline with age, often resulting in human growth hormone deficiency (GHD). You might be a good candidate for HRT with Omnitrope if you’ve experienced the following common symptoms of GHD, particularly if the underlying cause has not been identified:
- Poor concentration
- Diminished quality of life
- Poor sleep
- Fat gain
- Joint pain
- Increased wrinkles and/or sagging skin
- Increased abdominal fat
- Brittle bones
- Brittle nails
- Height shrinkage
- Muscle mass loss
- Low sex drive
- Sensitivity to temperature changes
- Internal organ shrinkage
- Impaired brain function
- Balding or thinning of the hair
- Social isolation
- Insomnia or other sleep disturbances
- Erectile dysfunction
- Male breast enlargement
- Depression and/or other mood alterations
Patients with diabetes, previous stomach surgery, a history of trauma, breathing issues, and who are taking certain prescription medication and herbal remedies should not receive HRT with Omnitrope.
Treatment with Omnitrope may potentially last years. HGH levels increase over time. The benefits accrue slowly, with maximum benefits presenting themselves typically around the one-year mark.
It’s crucial to test HGH levels with ongoing blood work to ensure that the hormone levels fall into the optimal range to protect yor health and get the biggest advantage possible from therapy.
The benefits that men experience on Omnitrope include:
- Restored sex drive (libido)
- Boosted energy levels
- Optimized athletic performance
- Improve cognition and working memory
- Lifted mood and elimination or reduction in mental health symptoms
- Better quality sleep
- Weight loss
- Muscle gain
- Increased confidence
What are the side effects of Omnitrope?
For a more detailed explanation of the potential side effects associated with Omnitrope, please visit Omnitrope: Side Effects & Risks on that subject.
The vast majority of side effects associated with Omnitrope are mild and manageable under the care of an experienced endocrinologist (hormone doctor):
- swelling caused by fluid retention
- unusual skin sensations
- localized injection site reactions
- sugar in urine (aka glucosuria)
- carpal tunnel syndrome
- tingling and numbness
- low thyroid hormone (hypothyroidism)
- high blood sugar
- joint and muscle pain
Serious side effects are extremely rare. However, in some cases, Omnitrope can cause vision impairment and the growth or regrowth of tumors. Inform your doctor of any relevant medical history before therapy to minimize risk.
Why do men need to take Omnitrope?
Maintaining optimal HGH levels is essential for any man’s health as he moves through the aging process. It becomes particularly beneficial for men in their 40s, who often see substantial drops in their circulating levels of HGH.
Not all men are eligible for hormone replacement therapy (HRT). For instance, diabetics and men with a history of cancer, either active or in remission, should not receive Omnitrope as it might cause severe complications.
Omnitrope may also interact negatively with certain prescription medications and therapies such as insulin and glucocorticoid replacement therapy. Therefore, it’s critical that you disclose all current regimens to your doctor prior to beginning HRT with Omnitrope.
Omnitrope full instructions
Omnitrope is only suitable for adult men who have diagnosed growth hormone deficiency (GHD), which is determined through blood testing that measure circulating HGH levels. Use of Omnitrope by men who are not GH-deficient can cause dangerous spikes in growth hormone levels, potentially leading to serious health consequences.
Visit our HGH For Men Clinic Omnitrope: Full Instructions page to access important information such as:
- Storage and dosage
- Drug interactions
- Warnings and precautions
- Indications and contraindications
Every HRT patient responds to Omnitrope slightly differently due to each individual’s unique physiology. Most patients start with a standard dose of 0.04 mg/kg/week. After a few months of therapy, this dose might be adjusted to as high as 0.08mg//kg/week depending on how well the drug is tolerated and how well the starting dose has produced higher HGH levels.
For most patients, that formula calculates to a daily dose of 0.15 – 0.3 milligrams. Do not skip doses or double up on doses to make up for missed doses. Do not discontinue therapy without first discussing it with your doctor. Do not adjust your dosage on your own without consulting with your doctor.
Omnitrope injection pens are the most convenient option for patients, as they come pre-filled and are optimized for ease of use. The more affordable option is the 5.8 mg vial with a diluent, intended for use with a syringe.
Always follow all of your doctor’s instructions fully. In case of overdose, seek immediate medical care.
Reading the clinical literature on Omnitrope is important, but even more relevant for the men who take the product is learning how it impacts daily quality of life (QOL).
To that end, let’s get into a series of reviews from real-life patients who have taken and benefitted from Omnitrope therapy through HGH For Men Clinic by visiting Omnitrope Results: Timeline & Reviews.
Omnitrope prescription information
Follow the link to Omnitrope Therapy Details on the HGH for Men Clinic site to find out the latest information on Omnitrope prescription, cost, reviews, and details of Omnitrope therapy.
Omnitrope must be purchased through proper channels from licensed vendors. Buying HGH illegally without a proper prescription or from an underground pharmacy endangers your health and potentially puts you at legal risk of fines and/or jail time.
Omnitrope is intended for subcutaneous (under the skin) injection. It is primarily used to treat GHD, but it can also treat Turner syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, and others.
I’ve been on Omnitrope for about 9 months. Before I started, my beer belly was out of control. My energy levels were in the basement. I was chronically stressed out. There were other symptoms, but those were the main ones.
Unfortunately, I suffered through them for a few years before I decided to do something about it. First, the biggest challenge as it turned out, was to actually just figure out what the issue was. I shot in the dark for a few months, and my primary doc finally suggested it might be a hormone problem. Long story short, I went to HGH For Men Clinic on a recommendation from a work colleague.
The super friendly staff was thorough and quick. Within a few days, I had my blood test results, a GHD diagnosis, and a plan to get better. Within a week, I began Omnitrope and my life’s gotten way better – I’m not so stressed anymore and my energy levels stay steady throughout the day. No more afternoon crashes. Plus I’ve lost about 25 pounds.
My only regret is that I didn’t start on HRT sooner.
There was no way around it: I was slogging it in the gym. My supplement game was top-shelf: I was on creatine and taurine pre-workout and a bunch of other good stuff. My diet was right – adequate protein intake from high-quality sources, etc. My sleep schedule wasn’t perfect but it was pretty good.
So I really couldn’t’ figure out why I was not just not gaining in the gym, I was actually regressing a little bit. Plus my energy levels had tanked, so it took a Herculian effort just to motivate myself to hit the gym.
After experimenting with different potential solutions, I finally visited HGH For Men Clinic.
They did some tests and got me on an Omnitrope regimen. Within a few months (I’m seven months in now) my energy levels were back. By now, month seven, I’m actually seeing lean muscle gains and fat loss. So I couldn’t be happier with the results.
I had no idea that hormones could make me feel so terrible. I also had no idea that they could do so much good. Omnitrope has really been a blessing.
When my doctor told me he thought I had a growth hormone deficiency, and that was the root cause of my insomnia and mental health issues (depression, anxiety, etc.), I was skeptical. I had previously been diagnosed with clinical depression and put on SSRIs. My symptoms stayed but I just felt like a zombie.
Sad to say, I had begun to feel like there was no hope to get better. I went to HGH For Men Clinic out of desperation, but I truly didn’t expect to achieve the results that I have.
It’s been 14 months on Omnitrope, and the rebound in my mental state has been remarkable. I think more clearly and feel more content than I have since maybe my 20s. I can sleep again, which has benefitted my life in multiple ways. I can’t say enough about the miracle workers at HGH For Men Clinic.
I began to notice some troubling issues related to my cognitive health. I’ve been extra vigilant about monitoring my status in the last few years because I want to stay sharp for my grandchildren as long as possible.
None of it was major, but it was definitely noticeable. My memory wasn’t what it once was. And I generally had “brain fog.” My wife thought it might be long COVID (we had the virus last year) but my intuition told me it was something else.
After some research, I discovered that some other men with similar symptoms actually got diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency.
I decided to look into it through HGH For Men Clinic. Lo and behold, my levels were way under normal.
They got me on HRT right away with Omnitrope. A year in, I can’t believe how much better my cognition is than it was. I feel sharp as a tack and I’m also sleeping way better than before.