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.
In the beginning I was having big doubts that this thing is going to work or that it would do at least half of what it has been promised that it would. My doctor (after a lot of months and a lot of tests) diagnosed with adult hgh deficiency and so put me on omnitrope. As I said, been taking it but with big skepticism and then later, the results started to appear and all my skeptic thoughts went away. After about one month my skepticism went away and now, since I’m on omnitrope hgh for 2 months I have to say that I am absolutely amazed by the way it works and I am definitely a fan of it. the results are just wonderful and it does makes me feel better, it makes all of what has been promised by my endo. In the past I’ve been trying everything to get rid of that belly fat but all to no avail. Now, I definitely can see a decrease in that fat which to me it has been near to impossible to get rid of and I can see that I have become much more cut. In fact, I have some photos of how I was looking like a bit more than 2 months ago and I have some photos of these last days. I can definitely see the difference! Since I’m taking omnitrope hgh I am sleeping better, I am generally feeling better and I just feel younger once again. everything started to be… “not like it used to be”. I am 39 years old and I was really started to feel like I’m “old”. I’ve been actually anxious about it. now I am not and I do not feel old anymore, that’s for sure. I am a big fan of omnitrope hgh right now! Not sure if other somatropin things are this good but I just can’t imagine how something could work better, it really works amazingly. I am feeling stronger, I am having much more energy and I started and still lose weight. I look all better. I feel all better. Just remember that this things needs quite a few weeks in order to make you have some really noticeable differences in both how you feel and how you look. I doubt that this is a problem as long as it works, but it works, it is really worth it, it is worth every penny and worth waiting for it. now I have recommended this thing to my brother who is 43 years old and is feeling really old and I’m going to check what he says about it.
Omnitrope (somatropin) is doing a wonderful job for adult human growth hormone (hgh) deficiency and I recommend it to everyone who is diagnosed with this horrible condition. I tell you this from my personal experience as I have had a very large meningioma which was very close to my pituitary gland… it was so close that it has damaged the pituitary and it has lessened the production of several hormones which, of course, including the growth hormone as well. If there are other people who are pretty much in the same boat as I am I can guess that you would agree with me: this is a very rare disorder and it is very hard to find a specialist who can help you with it, who can at least diagnose it. anyway, not sure if that’s what happened to all rest people who have been in there but at least that’s what happened to me… since it’s such a rare disorder I have had a very hard time to find an good endocrinologist who could diagnose this problem of mine and who prescribed Omnitrope for me. I was told by the doctor that I am going to see the effectiveness only after weeks of being on it and he has been right on everything else except by this. The reason is that I have been taking this medicine for only 4 days and I have already noticed that my strength has improved a lot. Energy levels started to come back to me and generally stuff like that. In months of being on it I noticed that my skin is getting better, my hair is much more stronger (used to fall with a crazy speed), as well as my nails are. I was put on this medicine around 3 years ago and I am still nowadays continuing to use this medicine as I am feeling a lot much more better while on it. I am all 100% sure that my life would have been a lot worse without it. no side effects except from occasional bruising on site.
I’m using omnitrope hgh for the last 10 months now and I am really pleased with the effects that I get from it. I have one shot per day of it, 5 days a week. Doc said that is shouldn’t be using it daily because my pituitary gland is still secreting at least a little bit of growth hormone and if theirs is a slight chance to make it secrete enough hgh again my doctor would try. Told me not to use daily because that way I could stop my pituitary gland producing any hgh anymore (that’s why I have 2 days off a week) and told me not to use it at night even though if I would use it at night there are chances it would be even more helpful for me. He said that we should try to ‘wake up’ my pituitary gland again and not to inhibit it completely. Using it at night would make omnitrope work better for exactly as if using it daily, however both of these would make my pituitary gland not secrete hgh anymore. In 2 more months (at one full year) my doctor is going to check it all out. As for now, although I don’t use it at night and I don’t use it daily, it still works great. I have no side effect unless I can mention that on the second day off, I am having no energy. It is clear that omnitrope gives me a ton of energy. Usually, my second day off is Sunday and on Sunday I am another person – inactive and who doesn’t want to do anything. No energy. The rest of the days – I am ready to go. Great stamina boost from it. I am walking every day a few miles, of course, except Sundays!
i took omnitrope every day for one month but I couldn’t take it anymore so I have stopped. I really tried but I just could not. Now I am thinking about trying other HGH somatropin such as humatrope or norditropin or others, I don’t know if those other products are going to make me go through the same side effects but I am going to try. Not sure if that’s my reaction to HGH in general or to omnitrope. I am going to try and see. But as in regards to this one, for the last month that I have taken it every day, I have experienced an extreme fatigue, I have been having nearly daily headaches as well as some nearly irresistible muscle as well as joint pains. Again, I am not very sure if I would get the same stuff from other products but I couldn’t bear omnitrope. Though I did had a bit of good effects from it, but the side effects still outweighed the good effects for me. I just with you all to be very careful when using it. I’m a man, 49 y.o. and diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency in an adult.