What is Jintropin?

Human growth hormone in the form of jintropin is crucial for the development of bones and muscles.

When children or adults lack natural growth hormone, jintropin is utilized to address their growth problems. Individuals with Noonan syndrome, Turner syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, small stature at birth without catch-up growth, and other causes are included in this category.

How should I use Jintropin?

Your somatropin dosage, brand, and frequency of administration will vary depending on the condition you’re trying to cure. Read all drug guides or instruction sheets and adhere to all instructions on your prescription label. Follow the medication’s instructions exactly.

Jintropin is injected either subcutaneously or into a muscle. You can learn how to take the drug appropriately on your own from a healthcare professional.

Never administer the subcutaneous injection (under the skin) twice in the same location.

All instructions for use that came with your medication should be carefully read and followed. If you are unsure about how to use Jintropin properly, do not use it. If you have questions, speak with your physician or pharmacist.

Just administer your shot once you are ready.

Do not shake the medicine. Do not use if the medicine looks cloudy, has changed colors, or has particles in it. Call your pharmacist for new medicine.

If your medicine comes with a syringe, cartridge, or injection pen, use only that device to give your medicine.

What should I avoid while using Jintropin?

Avoid consuming fruit juices or carbonated beverages if you’re taking Zorbtive to treat short bowel syndrome.

In case you have short bowel syndrome, stay away from alcohol. Alcohol might aggravate stomach irritation and worsen your illness.