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Omnitrope 6.7mg 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
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Omnitrope 6.7mg 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 children Omnitrope 6.7mg is used to treat the following growth disturbances:
If you are not growing properly and you do not have enough of your own growth hormone.
If you have Turner syndrome. Turner syndrome is a genetic disorder in girls that can affect growth-your doctor will have told you if you have this.
If you have chronic renal (kidney) insufficiency. As kidneys lose their ability to function normally this can affect growth.
If you were small or too light at birth. Growth hormone can help you grow taller if you have not been able to catch up or maintain normal growth by 4 years of age or later.
If you have Prader-Willi syndrome (a genetic disorder). Growth hormone will help you grow taller if you are still growing, and will also improve your body composition. Your excessive fat will decrease and your reduced muscle mass will improve.
In adults Omnitrope is used to
Treat persons with pronounced growth hormone deficiency. This can start during either adult life or it can continue from childhood. If you have been treated with Omnitrope 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 Omnitrope treatment
What do you have to consider before using it?
Do not use Omnitrope 6.7mg
If you are allergic (hypersensitive) to somatropin or to any of the other ingredients of Omnitrope 6.7mg.
If you have an active tumour (cancer). Tumours must be inactive and you must have finished your ant-tumour treatment before you start using Omnitrope. .
To stimulate growth if growing is already finished (closed epiphyses).
If you are seriously ill (for example, complications following open-heart surgery, abdominal surgery, accidental trauma, acute respiratory failure, or similar conditions). If you are about to have, or have had, a major operation, or go into hospital for any reason, tell your doctor and remind other doctors you are seeing that you use growth hormone.
Take special care with Omnitrope 6.7mg
If you are at risk of developing diabetes, your doctor will need to monitor your blood sugar level during therapy with somatropin.
If you have diabetes, you should closely monitor your blood sugar level during treatment with somatropin and discuss the results with your doctor to determine whether you need to change the dose of your medicines to treat diabetes.
After starting somatropin treatment some patients may need to start thyroid hormone replacement.
If you are receiving treatment with thyroid hormones it may become necessary to adjust your thyroid hormone dose.
If you have raised intracranial pressure ( which causes symptoms, such as strong headache, visual problems, or vomiting) you should inform your doctor about it..
If you walk with a limp or if you start to limp during your growth hormone treatment, you should inform your doctor.
If you are receiving somatropin for growth hormone deficiency following a previous tumour (cancer), you should be examined regularly for recurrence of the tumour.
If you are over 60 years old. Elderly persons may be more sensitive to the action of somatropin, and therefore may be more prone to develop side effects.
Children with chronic renal (kidney) insufficiency
Your doctor should examine your kidney function and your growth rate before starting somatropin. Medical treatment for your kidney should be continued. Somatropin treatment should be stopped at kidney transplantation.
Children with Prader-Willi syndrome
Your doctor will give you diet restrictions to follow to control your weight.
Your doctor will assess you for signs of upper airway obstruction, sleep apnoea (where your breathing is interrupted during sleep), or respiratory infection before you start treatment with somatropin.
During treatment with somatropin, tell your doctor if you show signs of upper airway obstruction (including starting to snore or worsening of snoring), your doctor will need to examine you and may interrupt treatment with somatropin.
During treatment, your doctor will check you for signs of scoliosis, a type of spinal deformity.
During treatment, if you develop a lung infection, tell your doctor so that he