Acromegaly, carcinoid tumours, and bleeding esophageal varices are all treated with Genotropin Injection. It works by inhibiting specific hormones in the body and restricting blood vessels to reduce bleeding from the food pipe.
A healthcare practitioner administers Genotropin Injection. This drug should not be self-administered at home. Your doctor will determine the dosage and frequency of administration. To get the most out of the drug, you should take it on a daily basis. Even if you feel better, do not stop taking the drug until your doctor advises you to.