Plan what you want to say and ask before the visit, and write it down

It can be difficult to remember all of the questions and concerns that you may have about GH therapy, while in the doctor’s office. Think about what you really want to know before visiting the doctor, and take the time to write down all of this information; so you will be sure to get the information that you want and need, when visiting with your doctor.

The best time to ask your questions is at the beginning of the appointment

Too often we leave all of our questions until the end of the visit. This leaves us much more likely to feel pressure to hurry our questioning up, as well as increases the likelihood that we will forget what we really wanted to know. Ask your questions at the beginning of the appointment, and that way, if you forget something, you can always ask it later.

Feel free to speak freely about your concerns

Your doctor is your health advocate, and you should feel comfortable to speak freely about any concerns or reservations that you may have about any course of treatment. You may feel more comfortable about GH therapy if you get all the information that you need. Don’t feel as though your questions are unimportant, and ask about subjects such as the dosage regimen, how to administer the doses, and any other concerns that you may have. Initiating an open dialogue with your doctor about your needs and lifestyle will make it more probable that you get a treatment regimen that you are happy with.

Discuss whether Genevatropin is appropriate for you

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What should you expect?

GH treatment, if needed, will restore your levels of endogenous GH to normal levels. This supplementary treatment will have significant health promotion effects, and you can expect to look and feel better, have more energy, and benefit from an improved psychological outlook. Your doctor will need to test your GH levels with a GH stimulation test, to ensure that you are a suitable candidate for GH therapy.

Genevatropin® is a pharmacy compounded product and is currently not approved by the US Food and Drug Administration. Genevatropin® does not require a NDA or
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