The Medical History Of Growth Hormone
Growth hormone therapy has existed in a medical capacity for many years. It is commonly used to treat a wide variety of common growth defects and deficiencies, as well as a few other less common conditions such as:
- Turner Syndrome
- Growth Deficiency Due To Chronic Renal Failure Or Kidney Transplant
- Prader-Willi Syndrome
- ISS (Idiopathic Short Stature)
- Intrauterine Growth Retardation
The FDA has approved the use of human growth hormone to treat these and many other conditions – and they are researching many other possible conditions that can be treated safely and effectively by growth hormone therapy.
Safe New Applications For Growth Hormone Therapy
The Food & Drug Administration is still researching the new applications of growth hormone therapy, the following conditions are considered to be very safe to treat with growth hormone:
- Excess Body Fat
- Low Bone Density
- Low Muscle Mass
- Premature Aging
- Decreased Athletic Performance
- Decreased General Vitality & Energy
There are many more conditions that may benefit from new growth hormone therapy techniques that have recently become safe and legal in the United States, speak with a qualified medical professional to find out if you might further benefit from growth hormone therapy.
Ensure Increased Safety With Qualified Professionals
Growth hormone therapy is generally considered safe and effective for cosmetic and vitality purposes, but it is very important that you speak with a qualified medical doctor to discuss the process in detail, as well as your personal medical history to ensure that growth hormone therapy is safe for you.
It is also prudent to find a certified clinic in which to receive your treatments. The growth hormone is complex and requires proper training to ensure that you are getting the right dosage – too large of a dose may not be safe and could carry negative side effects.