Sermorelin Acetate Therapy Side Effects
A few side-effects occur in those taking Sermorelin treatment therapy as well, in addition to some of the benefits mentioned earlier, these may or may not happen because of your treatment. These benefits and side-effects often vary in degree and some results are rarer than others. One of the side-effects that are experienced commonly is pain or swelling around the area of injection. This is not a severe side effect and the swelling goes away rapidly.
Some of the more significant side-effects include mild itching or relative discomfort when trying to swallow. If you find that you are developing either of these issues, we strongly recommend that you get in touch with us.
Other side-effects that are worthy of note but far rarer in their occurrence are hyperactivity, dizziness, vomiting, and headaches.
Usually, when folks are undergoing Sermorelin treatment therapy it is advised that they are supervised very closely by a doctor that is licensed to perform the therapy. This treatment is only available through prescription from a physician.
Sermorelin and the FDA
Therapy with Sermorelin acetate is approved by the Food and Drug Administration to treat young children with short stature, and adults that have a deficiency of Human Growth Hormone. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) also has approved treatment with Sermorelin for older people who are going through hormone decline that has resulted in adult onset growth hormone deficiency diagnosis. Sermorelin can be used as an off-label use for weight loss.