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Treatment For Growth Hormone Deficiency

Growth hormone deficiency is treated with injections that the body itself is unable to produce, ie, growth hormone. Most young patients receive this treatment every night before bed as a small subcutaneous injection as normal pituitary most growth hormone produces during sleep from 22:00 to 24:00. Child grows up at night - the right to sleep is very necessary for normal growth.

The first six months after starting treatment can observe abrupt changes of growth. But over time, the child's growth is slowing down compared to the first months of treatment.

During this period, it should be noted that, despite the significant changes are not as the child grows, the treatment process can not be stopped. During therapy, perhaps parents will notice improved child's appetite and weight loss.

Typically, the process of treatment lasts several years. During this time the child reaches the height corresponding to its age. It should be remembered that the sprouting - a long and complicated process, so be patient and follow your doctor's instructions to achieve such desired result. Get More Tips and information Grow Taller 4 Idiots

What should parents do if a child is diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency?

Ensure that the child weighed and measured accurately Follow the instructions of pediatric endocrinology daily injections of growth hormone

Ensure that the child receives all the necessary nutrients, minerals and vitamins for the full development of his body

Pay particular attention to the child during his illness, when reception problems forest, as well as increased activity or stress behavior during the day

Make sure that the child went to bed on time and kept the right to sleep

Regularly (at least once every 6 months) to visit the Pediatric Endocrinology



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