When I started to use genotropin I thought that I am going to get amazing results, or at least better than I did when using generic forms of HGH. Unfortunately, this has not happened. I expected so since genotropin is manufactured by Pfizer and it is a lot much expensive than generics. I do not want to say that genotropin has not worked for me – it has worked well, I still got good results, I just expected them to be better – and they were not. The only benefit it has is that it seems easier to find genotropin compared to generics but the downside is that it is much expensive. In terms of quality, I wouldn’t say that it is better than generics (of course not all generics as there are some generics that simply do not work well).
Only after I have started to use genotropin I realized that having money does make you feel happy and it is quite hard to be happy without having money, or at least without having genotropin which is basically the same. Genotropin is a very expensive product and although I do realize that for getting a good product you have to pay a good price, I still think that genotropin is overpriced. I have seen other products that claimable have hgh in them which are much less expensive than genotropin. Truth is that I don’t know if they are going to work as good as genotropin. I have used genotropin for a few months and I have realized that this is the best thing that I have tried in my life (and I guess the most expensive). That’s because I couldn’t even realize that you’re able to get so many effects (both physical and emotional) by using a single product. Genotropin’s best effects were that it made me lose extra fat, made me feel better, have more energy, and think so much clearer/ better/ be more focused. But it had many other effects as well. I just hope to find it for a cheaper price.
I struggled for a long time before I actually got diagnosed with adult human growth hormone deficiency and when I finally got this diagnose my doctor wrote me a prescription of somatropin which I had to purchase from my local drugstore. I did have purchased it for around 2 months, I’ve been purchasing genotropin, which I had to pay out of pocket, obviously, since my insurance wouldn’t pay such a big price for this expensive product. After 2 months of purchasing it I realized that it can’t go like that anymore since it is too much for me and I have to search for alternatives. I did have found one – ansomone, which is working exactly the same with the exception that it gives me water retention (genotropin doesn’t). it’s like a choice – either with water retention and money or without both. I have chosen the first option and that’s why I do recommend genotropin since it is indeed very good, but only to those who can actually afford it.
Strangely but genotropin works as if it’s a libido enhancer for me. I never thought that it could work like this. I mean, I did have heard that sometimes hgh can make your sexual life better, but I started to use it because I wanted to have more muscles and to have less fat, and although I do have a little bit of progress in losing fat and gaining muscles, they are not as seen as the increased sex drive. While in the past having 2 times per week sex that was more than enough for me, now I am not getting enough having sex 3 times per week and more. In fact, I keep wanting sex even if we had sex 5 times per week. that’s just strange for me. the last time when I wanted to have so much sex was when I was like 18. My wife doesn’t recognize me anymore, lol. I don’t like the fact that I wake up occasionally with a headache, I’ve never been having headaches before starting genotropin. But that’s not a big problem because it goes away within an hour or so.
Genotropin has worked very well for me and I do recommend it, however I just don’t actually like the side effects that I get from it. that’s not such a big problem because they are totally bearable, but they are really annoying, especially when I have them nearly on a daily basis. But I also have amazing benefits on a daily basis. Plus I hope the side effects would disappear later. We’re gonna see.
Loved this stuff which has worked as a muscle buffer. That was my goal. I am on it for 4 months and I keep going with it 2 more months. I’m on 6 iu a day ED. So far I have good effects, I have good gains etc. I just don’t like the painful hands, the painful joints and I always want to sleep. I read that it should regulate your sleeping patterns, but now I always sleep. Other than this everything is alright and I love the way it works for me. thinking about trying other to see how other would work for me.
there is no doubts that genotropin is actually having HGH in it, that it is good and so on and so forth. It is obviously so good because it is us brand and us brands are always controlled by fda so any us brand you see on market must be good because quality controls like fda won’t let them not be that way. so genotropin is obviously very good. from all the us brands I’ve bene on it and I obviously loved it, but I still put only 4/5 because of the price. I found about another (not us) product called ansomone, started with it at the same dose I was on genotropin (4 iu a day with both) and I got absolutely same effects with no differences at all. the only difference I truly feel is that I spend less. there’s no reason imo to go for something that works the same but is more expensive so I recommend you the other product (unless you don’t care about money).
I’ve had an opportunity to try Genotropin only because there was a guy out there who had some (not sure where he got them but I don’t really care) and had nothing to do with them so he was selling them. Otherwise I wouldn’t be using Genotropin since it is really expensive. That’s the only downside of Genotropin and that’s why 4 out of 5 stars. Everything rest is of a high quality. No wonders since it is US pharma grade. However, I should say that I have felt no difference between Genotropin and Ansomone which is a lot much cheaper. To me, both of them are exactly the same with no difference and that is why I would recommend Ansomone over Genotropin, not in terms of quality since as I said, both are exactly the same (or at least I personally couldn’t notice absolutely no difference) but because Ansomone is cheaper. I do understand why Genotropin is more expensive… it is made in US by big pharma, it is being very often tested and you can be all sure that it is what it claims to be. but I still wouldn’t go after it since for me it is definitely not a better product than Ansomone. However I did have also tried another GH brand for some years (Serostim) and I can definitely say that there is a big difference between Genotropin and Serostim with Genotropin being no less than 3 times as potent as Serostim is (exactly as Ansomone is). So in the end I have to say that Genotropin is indeed a very good product of the highest quality so if you can afford it and it is the only product that you can find then no problems, you will surely going to get the gh job done. But if you take a bit of your time ordering online Ansomone you are going to get the same quality but you are going to pay much less. Haven’t tried other gh products than these 3.
Genotropin is my absolutely favorite US pharmaceutical grade HGH brand, however it is not the best the best HGH brand I have ever used. I already wrote a review about my absolute best HGH (Biotropin – if you want take a look) but Genotropin is my second best out of them all. Not trying to say that it is much less behind Biotropin… I do get very good results on Genotropin which I absolutely love and everything is very good with it, the only problem in terms of how it works for me is that it gives me water retention side effect. Biotropin is the only other HGH brand that doesn’t give me absolutely any side effects. all other HGH brands that I have tried either were not giving me good benefits, either were giving me much more worse side effects. I do not get bad side effects with Genotropin since the water retention wasn’t such a big problem (though a bit annoying). Rest HGH brands were def. worse than Genotropin. But I can say that Genotropin is worse than Biotropin because of the water retention and because of the price… genotropin is lots more expensive than Biotropin is… so Geno is indeed a very good thing, with only one other HGH out there, IMO, being better.
Genotropin is the highest quality HGH I have ever used. I already wrote 2 reviews about other HGH brands that I have used (if you are interested you can check them on my profile) and I can say without any doubt that Genotropin has the highest quality and that’s no wonder since we all know what Pfizer is = a manufacturer that makes really good, high quality medications, but they charge enormous amount of money for doing that. I can’t judge them for that since is their right IMO to charge those unbelievable amount of money :D since they really do very good stuff. I cannot say, though, that it is the best thing for the value. It is the best in terms of quality, but for the value I would recommend you to go for Ansomone which is an amazingly good working, pure, high quality product that doesn’t charge so much. I would recommend Genotropin HGH only for those who do not have any financial issues at all and who can keep up with months of using Genotropin at pretty high doses. With the price they have for it, I am pretty sure not everyone can do it. For the rest, Ansomone is the best I think. I’ve run some lab tests and I know for sure that Genotropin is the best, but I can also say this by the sides and by the benefits I got from each HGH brand I used. I do not recommend generics though. Although you think that you pay less you get nothing (almost nothing) so better avoid, IMO, generic HGH. On the lab tests and on the results I could see on my body, Genotropin is the very best quality at all, even among the pharma grade ones. Even though all pharma grades are extremely expensive, Genotropin is the best in quality and that’s why I thought it is important to write a review specifically about Genotropin (so everyone who has lots of money and wants the best of the best to know that Geno is for them). I myself though, am on Ansomone now as I am not a prince of any country so I can’t afford Genotropin which, btw, is only slightly better in quality than Ansomone and other pharma grade brands. I really hope that this is going to be a little bit helpful for some people out there. good luck to ya’.
I’ve been suffering from some conditions which were only dragging other conditions and those other conditions were bringing some other further conditions and so on and so forth. It is pretty much like this – if you have insomnia (as I do) – you are getting easily irritable, if you are getting easily irritable you start having anxiety and depression, if you start having anxiety and depression you start putting on weight, if you start putting on weight you start not loving yourself, if you start not loving yourself – nobody loves you and if nobody loves you, you start having an even more depression which leads to an even more ability of lose weight and an even more muscle tone lost and so on and so forth. Everything goes in circle. I have a feeling that everything, for me, started because of my severe insomnia which I have been having for most of my life or at least for as much as I can remember myself because I can remember myself being a teen struggling to get sleep. Genotropin is a really good thing because, although not sure how for others but it did helped me in sleep cycle and it also helps to counter the sagging skin (which I really hated a lot) and the loss of the muscle tone (as I have already said earlier), and again, as I said earlier, because I have been having an very inactive life (thanks to insomnia, depression etc.). I have also noticed that Genotropin is a really good thing because it provides overall systemic support (what I am trying to say is that since it gives me a deep and restful sleep, it gives me energy which leads to less depression which leads to activity to stimulate release of hGH and all of this is needed in order to have a healthy body and mind, but both of them I have completely lost the ability to do when I wasn’t taking Genotropin). Of course there are other medications (prescribed or OTC) that do help in sleeping, however those other mediations are only addressing various stages of sleep, like for example clonazepam would address stage 1 or quieting down mind as well as trazadone is helping me to get a deep sleep of which I have been completely deprived of it (that’s the time when the HGH is being supposed to be released, since I had trouble of achieving it, of course, I started having issues). I am now finally and actually able to fall asleep for even more than 2 hours (and trust me for me that’s a really big achievement) as I am now able to go for like 4 hrs or so and I can get back to sleep. And yeah, one very important point here, for me, is that I still need to work a lot on this as I have to refine my regiment so I can get a normal night’s sleep, that’s obviously of an extremely importance for my healing process. Besides trazadone that I take along with genotropin (yeah, if haven’t yet mentioned this then you’ve gotta know that I am using Genotropin along with other medications), I am also taking Detrol LA – this one is a very good stuff because it calm the hypersensitivity of the bladder that I was used to have. I’ve been getting up anywhere between 4 and 8 times (yeah, never less than 4 times and up to around 8 times a night) and this was happening every night in order to relieve some very and very small amounts of urine (that’s because my entire system has literally STUCK in over stimulated state). Besides all of this I also take Gabapentin, I am taking it because this one is doing wonders for my Restless Legs symptom. Besides all of that I am also having brain fog and for this I take Adderall as it relieves this super annoying stuff and plus to that, I also found it to be helpful in keeping my blood sugar level to be more stable and do not reach for as many ‘sugar fixes’… exactly as being an insomniac for my entire life, I have also been always suffering from Hypoglycemia too. This has had as an result in me having more than 20 lbs gains in weight, mostly because of the inability to be and stay active (which is, by the way, another time when the HGH is being released and I have, as you can see, also been deprived of). All of those issues that I have already mentioned earlier, are all a cause of which provoked even more causes, as I have said, and therefore all the illnesses together made me be kind of bed and sofa bound for weeks, or sometimes for months at a time. One problem was giving birth to another problem and so on and so forth. In addition to all those medications that I already mentioned I take (as if they were not enough…) I am also taking Levothyroxine (sorry but I can’t really remember the spelling of it and I don’t really have time to check it) and I’m using this one for Hasimoto’s disease… for those who don’t know that’s a form of hypothyroid which I am obviously suffering from. And in the end, as I said, I am also dealing with depression and although, since I’ve been put on Genotropin it does seems as my depression is a lot much better now, I am also taking Wellbutrin. It helps me to keep physiological depression at a low level and it seemed to do a good job, but since on Genotropin it seems to do an even better one. Anyhow, all of this seems to sound all good and etc. however I do have side effects which do annoying me, although I feel as if it is not Genotropin that gives me all these side effects but the rest of medications that I take. I don’t seem to have more (except one) or more severe side effects since I started taking Genotropin. As an example of side effects I can say that the combination of sleep medications that I am taking are leaving me pretty grogged out of state sometimes for some hours if I am not being able to get like 10 or even 11 hours of sleep/ wake time rather than staying/ simply resting in bed between sleeping and waking up. In regards to Genotropin side effect that I said I have is that HGH is having the side effect on me of water retention, however being stuck in a chronic dehydrated state for a long time (which means that the fluid is going right through me unlike how it should be to go into cells), I am now supposing that this is part of the reason for the sagging stuff I have, old dehydrated skin, I have been ill since the age of 35 and I am thinking that for this age this is a state far beyond normal! I am now 43 and I still do have some of those issues, however a lot of them seem to have either disappeared or be in a better condition now. I am taking Genotropin for the last year now and it seems that I am getting better. If in the past I would get extremely tired simply by walking around for a bit, now I can definitely go longer. Plus the benefit of skin getting in a better condition and also the sleeping benefit. All of them are benefits which I am really happy about and I am expecting to get even more benefits. maybe with time more benefits would appear.
I’m a 34 years old man and I have started to lift seriously for the last 3 years and a half ago. For the first 2 years the differences were seen but the period between 2nd and 3rd year started to subside and not be noticed. I could barely see any difference. When I’ve been lifting for 3 years (which means half a year ago) I have heard about HGH and I have started to learn more about it. Then I wanted to get myself something that’s 100% legit and 100% good so I thought that Pfizer wouldn’t make a crappy thing and so I decided to go with Genotropin. I am glad I did because now, since I am half a year later – the differences are enormous. I have dropped my body fat % and I have gained in lean muscles, I feel much better and I feel much more energized. I wasn’t really having any issues with my sleep, but in this last half a year my sleep got a lot much better as I fall asleep easier and I am waking up feeling much more refreshed. I recommend Genotropin HGh because I have used it myself and I knew that Pfizer won’t do a crappy thing. When I started to learn about HGH, I have seen that there are lots of (mostly) Asian stuff that are crap/ oil/ something that isn’t working. After being on it for half a year now, I am finishing my current month (last month) and I stop. That’s because of 2 reasons: I need to have a break as I am a firm believer that nothing in excess is good so I need to cycle off, but also because I am not able to afford it now… it doesn’t have any side effects at all (although I was used to think that I would have at least some, but luckily I don’t) but it still has a drawback – this stuff is really expensive. However I don’t get mad at this, it really helps so why would I? from as much as I can understand, anything that’s good is worth the price. You just can’t buy yourself a Rollce Royce with a price of an Opel.
In case you are gonna get legit Pfizer then 3 iu ED it is just enough. There’s absolutely no need to take anymore than that otherwise, besides the fact that you’re gonna get too much, you would also be standing at edge of side effects. Legit Pfizer it is a really potent stuff, so potent that I recommend you people to be careful with it. There’s my trainer partner that are using to get those cartridges off a dwarf friend, lucky hit, he has got the proper Pfizer digital pen as well. He has been doing the 3 iu ED and he did has tried to get anything more than that, however, if he was taking anything more then he has been getting all ballooned up, his face, his hands etc. he was that it was even painful. In short, anything more than 3 iu ED and the CTS sides were already getting way too great to resist.
And by the way, just a little of warning for you because of what I have seen with my eyes: make sure that you do know very well how to open the cartridge in a proper way because I am pretty sure that you do not want to lose all your GH over the floor. LOL.
hey there everyone, I'm now on genotropin and I've been on it for the last 26 weeks and in all this time I have been on it at the dosage of 2 iu per day but now I have been planning to move up to 4 iu per day however I am not very sure if I should because the side effects while they are not as bad for the first 3 or 4 weeks now… they are still happening and I am not very sure if I should continue. the side effects are such as forearm and wrist pain as well as swollen hands. the effects are good but now I am wondering if I should move up or I should wait. if someone can come with an advice I would be thankful. should I recommend it or not? well, I guess that I can recommend it since it is really doing a good job, but I think that it varies from a person to other so you must firstly try it and see how well it works for you.
I'm gonna try to explain the best way I can the experience that I got from this medication. compared to other people here who used this product, I take it for muscles buffing purposes. I have been taking 4 ius per day, take it this way 5 days per week and I've been doing this for the last 6 weeks. so far I have gone through a total of 120 ius so far. here I can say that I've purchased one kit but in one kit there's 200 ius which means that I have nearly half left. prior to these I have also been using other stuff which are kind of called 'generics' but I am not sure, whatever the case, everything is feeling cleaner, or not sure how to explain.
I've gotta say that the first week it was the worst and I was not sure if I would get through it or if I would continue taking this stuff it continues like that. what I'm trying to say is that for the first few weeks I've been getting some side effects and those the side effects were pretty much severe (nearly unbearable) for me, and that's because I've been having knee pain that would always travel down my shin, plus to that I would also get elbow pain that would travel down my forearm which is very similar to the growing pains. besides for the pains I was getting (there were some additional headaches which I am not saying that it is because of Genotropin because I'm not sure if that's so or not), I was also feeling a little bit lethargic either which I didn't like. I could very easily take a nap and that's especially after pinning in the morning (I used to get it injected as soon as I wake up). the lethargy feeling was pretty unbearable as one night on my day off I have slept for 12 hours straight which surely does not sound like me.
I can say that I have never even once had numb or puffy hands after I have been pinning… in addition, normally I would wake up in the middle of the night (either to pee, or maybe something else) but I was not waking up anymore (and still don't) since I use these as my sleep is now always deep and straight and waking up for work has always been a pain in the ass for me (always woke up frustrated) as I would always wake up feeling extremely sore.
I can say that I just have started to notice a slight bit of fat loss while coming in to week 6 which is already good, also my hair has been growing back extremely fast as well as my toenails are growing very thick and upward which makes me kind of need to file them down. whichever the case, now I am not feeling as I used to feel the first week and the benefits seem to start appearing which makes me happy and that's why I am currently planning to continue on using this product. I just really hope that in 6 more weeks I would be much more better than now.