Omnitrope seems to be a strong product at even lower doses compared to other somatropins so far. I am not rating it with maximum stars rate only because it is considerably more expensive, because it gives side effects that from time to time are really bad (they are not constant, which is strange, and sometimes I don’t get them at all, sometimes I barely feel them but sometimes they’re really bad). All in all, omnitrope is pretty good no doubts, I guess I am still going to use it further because it works well.
I can’t rate this product perfect (5 * out of 5 *) because it is more expensive than other products that I have tried and that’s a big drawback as I’m not in the best financial situation. Yet I still run omnitrope over others because it works better.
Agree with the fact that omnitrope (but I can assume any other good HGH product as well) can make you sleep much more better and having much more energy as the previous reviewer said and I agree with this since it has the same effects on me as well. However the previous poster seems to be super lucky in terms of not having side effects. I’m on omnitrope for the last nearly 3 weeks and the side effects appeared since the first days of starting with it. I have read that there’s a small chance these side effects will subside when my body is going to get used with the product so I hope so because the side effects are quite a bit annoying.
I do feel better since I’ve been taking omnitrope, that’s out of doubt. I’m using it because I am looking for getting more muscles, getting a ripped body, losing body fat and also having a good mental health (which I can heard that somatropin products can help you with). I am getting these effects but I simply hate the water retention side effect.
i’ve been dealing with some health issues for a little while and I was recommended to try omnitrope because it should help me with those problems. More exactly I have been having issues with my weight and with the fact that my skin has been *not in the best condition* so to say. Although it was not acne, it still wasn’t in a very good condition and doctors barely could help me. well, then I was said that getting hgh (and more specifically getting omnitrope) is going to help me with both insomnia and those skin issues. the insomnia got sorted out and now I sleep like a baby, however the skin issues were only *alleviated* a little bit, however I definitely can’t say that they have been completely sorted out, unfortunately, and that’s while I was really hoping for sorting out the skin issues in the first place.
I loved everything about omnitrope except for the fact that it is a lot much more expensive than the generic somatropin products that I have been used to take in the past and the side effects. the generic somatropin products that I have been used to take in the past were having lower good effects, lower negative effects and lower prices. omnitrope is definitely better in getting benefits but for this you need to pay more and endure the side effects more.
Omnitrope is good but I just think that it is overpriced. Quite sure that this is only because of the fact that it is US pharma and we all know that US pharmacies tend to rip you off money with their big prices. The same goes for Omnitrope too. But no doubts that they made a good product which has really good and helpful doses of Somatropin! And pens are easy to be used either!
Been on omnitrope for 2 weeks now and the first good signs are already seen. I was having a bit of depression and I was having low stamina. Been doing only a little bit of work and I was already feeling very tired. Some days I could do nothing and I was still having no energy and feeling tired. All of this lead me to depression and stress either. Stress lead me to a very poor sleep quality. and very little. I guess having low stamina was because of sleep too. I was sleeping maximum 7 hours per night. Now I can gladly say that I have slept last night 11 continuous hours without waking up, that’s an absolute record. And I’ve slept that much because I was really tired. In the past this didn’t matter – I could go to sleep really tired and I was still not sleeping much. What I am trying to say is that my depression level and stress level has greatly went down and my stamina level and sleeping quality has greatly went up since using omnitrope. I doubt that it is placebo since I read online that this is possible if you use HGH. i don’t like all the pains that I am having from using omnitrope… wrist pains, joint pains, knee pains, head pains and so on and so forth. I feel as if I am taking way too many aspirins and ibuprofens lately because of it.
For the last 8 weeks I have been using 4 iu of Omnitrope per day and I have been injecting only on the days that I am working out and I work out 5 days a week (mon – fri) this means that on sat and sun and I am resting, both my muscles and my body is resting from taking Omnitrope (do not want to get used to it). so far it does well, I have been used to have swollen hands in the morning and been waking up with some headaches. However later these side effects went away but there were other side effects which already appeared such as water retention and cramps in joints… this is annoying me pretty much. Also there is the price which IMO is a little bit too much, I mean… it could have been at least a little bit lower… I like that I sleep a lot. I can sleep now for 10 – 12 hours and that’s very good. but I do not like the feeling I get after waking up of lethargy. And the knee pain I have after the work outs. But I do like that I have already put on muscle mass, I have lost body fat and I am feeling to have more energy through the day.
Omnitrope is expensive and I do know this very well, however I honestly think that this stuff is worth every single penny. for me – I barely could afford omnitrope but I still decided that it is worth to give it a try and so I did because I heard way too many good things about it to leave it like that. I started taking it and I started to feel that I have much more energy within the first 2 weeks of being on it. that’s because I sleep much more since on it and because I have baby naps as well. but this helps me very much to reach my goals of losing weight, to gain muscles and so on and so forth. even though I was never a FAT person or anything in this matter, I always did had weight issues. now since I’m on omnitrope for 4 months I don’t have any more such issues. I expected to see some muscle gains as well but so far I can’t… I guess I have to try more.
After I got diagnosed with adult human growth hormone deficiency by my doctor he has recommended me this Omnitrope saying that it most likely is going to help me with my needs. Im 41 and although I’m not as young – I am not so old either so I thought that everything must go without any problems at all. everything seemed like it should go without any problems at all, however I got some serious side effects… joints pains started to be unbearable, also been having headaches and even though HGH should have given me a better sleep, it only made it all worse… I loved that it did helped me a lot with other HGH deficiency symptoms but I absolutely didn’t love how it made me feel in terms of joint pains, sleeping issues and headaches. I still continue on using it since I take pain killers to deal with pains and I try to deal with sleep in natural way by using melatonin or such.
I did heard about HGH but I never thought that adult people should use it. generally I didn’t thought that I would ever use HGH since it is human growth HORMONE and I’m that person who is (or better said was) a big believer that we shouldn’t play around with hormones because it can end really bad. In addition to that, I did heard that HGH is given, but I heard that is given to children who cannot grow or having problems like such. That’s until half a year ago I saw somebody in gym using something. When I asked what’s that he told me it’s HGH and I got perplexed. Then we started talking about it and after that I have started to do a very vast research. After like a week or so I decided to give it a try myself and that’s because I heard and read so many people online (writing reviews like the one I now write) saying so many good things about it and how well it has worked for them. and so I decided to give it a try myself as I needed lots of what I read: to drop fat and get lean muscles as well as to have more energy. I received it all and no hormonal problems. I just don’t like the side effects which are really annoying, but them seem to get better as time passes.
Reading the reviews here I see other people who are also using Omnitrope and that’s quite shock for me to be honest, and the biggest shock for me is that I see other MATURE people taking it and even for OTHER reasons than Human Growth Hormone Deficiency. All of this is strange for me because I have heard about Omnitrope only after my daughter has been diagnosed with this condition HGH Deficiency and I thought that this is a product only for children and only for those with this condition. But I see that adult people also take it… whichever the case, my daughter started to take it last summer so this means that she’s been taking Omnitrope (daily) for one year now and she is getting taller. Also it seems that this product has improved her focusing and her mood. She used to have bad grades saying that she’s unable to focus (we’ve checked her for ADHD/ ADD and she doesn’t have it) and she was always moody- depression like thoughts and signs. Either the drug made her change her thoughts or it simply happened because she grew up a year we don’t know but I’m glad to say that my daughter is indeed much better since she’s on Omnitrope and the reason why I’m now here was that I wanted to let know other parents that Omnitrope can help your children if they are suffering from HGH deficiency. How does it work for adult people and for other conditions/ needs I don’t know. Btw, make sure you have anti inflammatories handy as we often give our daughter them when she’s in pains. We’re planning to stop giving it to her and see if she’s going to continue growing (our doctor said that she has good chances that she will).
After many doctor’s trips and tests I have been said that I should use this Omnitrope because finally, my doctor said that he noticed my HGH levels are low and Omnitrope being a rHGH it can help me with my symptoms (many of which, as my doctor said, were because of low HGH). so I got the prescription and started to use Omnitrope. Unfortunately insurance refused to pay for it, no wonder since HGH is expensive… but I still pay out of my pocket because it is worth it, it is really helpful as those symptoms disappeared within the first few weeks of running Omnitrope. I’ve been getting such symptoms as little sleep (insomnia), never had energy, tiredness, accumulated fat, some skin issues etc. but I also have some side effects which I didn’t used to have: joint pains, headaches and painful hands in the mornings. Gladly none of these side effects are bad enough to make me stop taking it, but they are still quite annoying. I’m taking Omnitrope for approximately 5 months or so now and I can recommend it to other people with HGH deficiency.
Extremely expensive, VERY AND VERY expensive. I am not sure what other people think but that’s way too much. I have big doubts that the ingredients they are using are so expensive. I guess they put such prices only because they know that people who need it are desperate or something like this. or it is just me? I don’t know but for me it is darn expensive thing. I just keep on buying it because I know that I need it. otherwise I wouldn’t have. And because it really helps me. made me feel a lot much better since I started with it (2 months ago) and I am wondering whether would I be able to stop using it later and feel the same as I am feeling now or not. The product itself is very good, I really love the way it worked, but I can BARELY afford it.
I think that my body is going through modification, I guess, daily. I do realize that it might be the fact that I am paranoid seeing body changes on a daily basis, but one sure thing is that for the last 2 months that I have been running Omnitrope, my body has greatly changed. Exactly as my mind did because I am having much more energy. So I am an energized person who looks better now. that just couldn’t get better so I love Omnitrope. Got only a few tiny side effects.
Im taking Omnitrope and I take it for the last 2 months. I see people having great results with it and although it is the first time I use specifically Omnitrope, I did have been using somatropin around one year ago, I mean, I have stopped taking somatropin approximately one year ago and I’ve used it for one year. In short, the first time I started using it was around 2 years ago and I have stopped one year ago, now I started again with Omnitrope. The first time I’ve been using it I had amazing results and this is the reason why I started to take it now once again. I have been taking 2 iu a day and the results were purely amazing. Stopped because I went to a month trip in another country and then when I returned back I didn’t restarted. Now I did. I am currently running only 1.5 iu 5 days on and 2 days off a week (cycling) and as I said, I started 2 months ago now. I am not very sure why but I honestly do not see very much results now. I’m having same target as I did the last time when been on somatropin: to help me lose weight. In this year since I’ve stopped taking it I put a little bit on again and I wanted to get it down. I am trying to lose far especially around my stomach (is it always the hardest to get off?, is it hardest for everybody to get off the stomach fat? Or I am the only one?). anyway, so far I am not dieting and not doing much sports, but I do plan to do both of them soon. I am 35 years old male, I’m 6’2 220 and bf is 14%. I’ve read that Omnitrope is one of the best things out there but so far I don’t get much results. I also don’t get any side effects, luckily, but I don’t pay for it for nothing so I am expecting some results. Thinking about getting the dosage up to 2 iu a day as I’ve been taking somatropin the last year and also thinking to take it every day instead of 5 days on and 2 off. Plus to all of this, dieting and cardio. All of this in combination must be doing a good job, or at least I hope so.
i can say this: I know that HGH is used for medical therapy for some conditions but it is also used for bodybuilding… with this taken in consideration, HGH, in my own opinion, must be run along with a testosterone cycle for maximum muscle building benefits. you must keep in mind that HGH it is NOT an anabolic and therefore you are not going to receive such results. I’ve run HGH alone and running it alone it is only a waste of money in my opinion… but again, it is a waste of money unless you are using it because you have a condition so you use hgh (omnitrope or whichever else) for a medical therapy. I’m not a doctor so I won’t be talking about this, however for muscle building it needs to be run for like months and even then, you are not going to see much results. In addition to that, unless you are going to purchase omnitrope other ways, you can get it only with a doctor’s prescription but there is no doctor who would give you one or would recommend you to take HGH when you are still young, say a 25-30 years old man with no health condition. I did used omnitrope alone and I couldn’t really see big results. I added anabolic and the results started to be seen. Maybe someone would disagree with me on this, but I do think that it is better to combine them if you want to receive results. As for omnitrope’s purity – it is really good. I imagine that if you are having a health condition in which you need HGH then a doctor would give you omnitrope and this stuff should have the job done as it is potent.
I’m currently 70 years old but I have been on this Omnitrope HGH for the last 7 years and that’s because, when I was 63 years old, I was diagnosed with human growth hormone deficiency, doctor said that Omnitrope should do a good job in keeping the HGH deficiency’s symptoms at bay. It did. Since I have been put on Omnitrope (been monitored since) I do not get anymore low HGH symptoms such as getting extremely easily tired, having a difficult time sleeping, skin getting worse, fat appearance, muscle disappearance and so on and so forth. In short 7 years were wonderful and I have had no side effect, everything was just fine. I am sure that for those who are also diagnosed with HGH deficiency Omnitrope is going to do a good job. The reason why I am now here is that I have started to experience some annoying joint pains and I am now getting them especially in my knees and in my hip. I have no idea now whether is this a side effect of Omnitrope or it is my age screaming so I want to read more about Omnitrope. Of course I am going to talk with my doctor as well. Whatever the case, my plan it is to stop using the injections for a couple of weeks and I am going to check if the joint pains are getting any better or if they still persist (obviously, I would get the answer then). Even if it’s Omnitrope, for the last 7 years, it served very good to me so I obviously think that it is worth trying it out.
Hi everyone, I am a 47 years old male patient who has been struggling very much the last few years. I was not sure what is wrong with me and when I could not bear anymore the way I was living (as I really had a miserable life) I started to go to doctors. I have been diagnosed with HGH deficiency, with low testosterone as well as HIV. My doctor started to treat me with multiple things such as Omnitrope HGH, testosterone, nandrolone (aka Deca) as well as Noveral. Anyway, I am not going to talk about other stuff but I will try to focus on Omnitrope since I write review about this thing. Well, I think that Omnitrope is moderately effective. It has not done MIRACLES to me but it definitely helped. I do recommend this thing because of the way it helped me and because it had no side effect on me. However, it still does have one side effect, or better call it a drawback: money. Although it does help and it doesn’t give me side effects, the cost for it is just too much I think. I really think that the only bad side it is the cost for this thing which is $ 500 per month at only 1 cc per day, that’s way too much, or maybe I think like this because I am by far not a rich person. Anyway, luckily, I do not pay that much as my dosage is only .5 cc per day (and also I do not use it daily as my dosage frequency it is 5 days a week using it every day, and 2 days per week I do not use it), in terms of money I pay less than $ 500 per month. I have heard there are bodybuilders out there who inject 2 cc per day every day and I don’t know how they are dealing with the cost of $1000 per month for this thing. Anyhow, I’ve been on this for a period of ongoing 6 months and I plan to go further because, as I said, no side effects and do have benefits: my skin really seems to be producing more collagen now and it SURELY is having a much better texture and appearance. I tell you guys: the low dose of HGH it is something that surely must be considered as it really border a therapeutic level. I am not sure how those bodybuilders injecting a lot of this thing are feeling but I feel much better. But a bit of side note, as I said, I am also low on testosterone and my insurance is paying for testosterone/ nandrolone combination and I am really happy with all these meds taken together. I feel like I’m another man now!
my son was 10 years old when he had some issues and that is why he got a tumor on his pituitary gland. the doctors, of course, tried to remove it from the pituitary gland and they did, however they could not save his gland so it was removed as well. this is the reason they put him on Omnitrope (somatropin). they said that his body won't produce HGH anymore and he needs to get it from outside sources, from somatropin. we easily agreed with the doctor in regards of my son taking it because my son has been 10 years old but was the size of a 6 years old. I've gotta say that yeah, we do like to preserve our children and I kind of got to do that, I would do anything for my son and for his happiness. but I remember the time when he still sat on my lap and I was able to carry him very easily at his bed during the time he was 10 years old… that's all because of that tumor he had, he was so so small. and so, it has been around six years and half since my son is taking this Omnitrope HGH and he is currently 5' 9" which is a lot much better. this summer he is going to be 17 years old and he's having a normal height for his age, we can't say that he's any shorter/ smaller than his friends. in fact, there are some of his friends with the same age that are shorter/ smaller. anyway, as I said, I am going to try to do my best for my son. he has been through a lot and I am never going to let that to stop my son. I'm never gonna stop fighting for him and I would give him anything he needs, HGH or whatever else. next year he is going to graduate from high school and he is one of the most smartest people that I know and he is, obviously, planning to go on college. he's a very smart young man and I do feel that Omnitrope HGH has helped him a lot as I think that it would have been much harder for him if he wouldn't get taller/ bigger. supposedly, he does have a few side effects but we just don't know for sure. as I said, he has been on this thing for 6 years and a half and we don't know how he would be without it.
I just have received my product a few days ago and today has been my first day when I have used this thing. never used any other HGH, only Omnitrope now. either this is placebo or not I am not sure but my workout today has been just amazing, I just could not get tired, I could go and go. I could feel my stamina being much better. I've heard that I would get amazing results with this thing and I hope I will. so far it seems to be good, the only thing that I don’t like about it is that I've heard it needs some time until it would start working, unlike steroids which give you instant effects. whatever the case, I still heard that HGH is much better and safer so I am ready to wait. maybe later I am going to come back here with an update and I would say more as for now, I do like it. it doesn't seem to have side effects. but then again, that's just my first day on it so I can't really say much. the only thing I noticed: more stamina and energy.
started to use Omnitrope pen for my condition that has been diagnosed by my doctor 'adult human growth hormone deficiency'. I was expecting that this is going to be a much more painful product in both terms how to use it and it the way it would work. but I was wrong, thanks to God. it is generally very simple to use (much simpler than I expected) and it is overall painless with no side effects for me at all. works very good as I have started to feel the effects very soon. more energy, better skin look, better sleep etc. definitely worth a try for those people whose body are having a difficult time to create HGH for whatever the reason. the only thing that I don't like omnitrope is that it must be refrigerated… I'm always afraid that I would forget to put it in refrigerator… otherwise everything's amazing.
to be honest, I didn't wanted to be put on HGH and that's only due to the fact that I personally hate needless and blood and stuff like that. I kind of have like a phobia to them or I am not sure. whichever the case, I thought that HGH it is all about needless, blood and pains. I used to think that they are a lot much more painful. but anyway, since I've been suffering from this condition my doctor told me that this is most likely the best thing I could try. plus he assured me that it is not going to be all that bad as I thought of it. it seems he was right because when I have got prescribed this Omnitrope, the process of the injecting stuff has been, actually, pain free, to my very big surprise. I am not very sure if the same process is also the same pain free with other HGH products out there (because I've read online that there are a lot of them) but I just know that this is so with Omnitrope and that's why I recommend taking specifically Omnitrope for whoever searches for HGH. truth is that I haven't ever tried any other but whoever has a similar 'phobia' like mine then I assume you need to search for this one. the worst thing is that if I sometimes am hitting a bad spot, then I can get a little bit of a bruise and that's it. the side effects are minimal or none at all and this product IS doing whatever is supposed to do!
I'm a 39 years old female who not so long ago gave birth to my second baby daughter. I went to the doctor asking him to help me because I wanted to recover and to get my good looking and youth back. and so, my doctor said that a HGH would help me and she put me on Omnitrope. she said that this product would be doing a good job in helping me to recover from child birth and generally to make me look and feel younger. if it would be a stranger I wouldn’t believe her, but since I know and trust that doctor, I decided to try it and I'm really happy I did because it has been a bit more than just one month now and I am already seeing the results. I am working out approximately 3 times per week or so and I am maintaining a very and very healthy diet as well. I really think that this is very important. my doctor told me the same. so anybody who is thinking about using Omnitrope (and in fact, any other HGH) then you should consider doing the same either for achieving the best results. this stuff is filling you out with energy and it is giving you that boost that you really need to push yourself in order to maximize the results. it also helps losing weight and giving you energy. but it is still important to exercise and diet!
been prescribed Omnitrope HGH by my doctor and frankly, I have been having big doubts that this medication is going to help me. only because I have heard that it requires months in order to take effect I already assumed that this is BS. don't get me wrong but each time when I read that a product requires months to take an effect then I used to think that it is BS because those people only wanted to sell something for a few months perfectly knowing that it is not gonna work. but you still must continue purchasing it because it 'would work'. so, when I have heard about Omnitrope I have thought the same, of course. so far, this is the only thing that have proven me being wrong. I have lost a lot of weight and I have gained a sex drive that I used to have in my 20s. plus to that, the doctor and the manufacturers of Omnitrope said that it would need few months to work, but I could feel the sex drive within the first month of being on it and the I have lost noticeable weight by the third month. it seems that my skin got a bit better as well, but I can't be sure on this one.