Dragontropin is a highly effective for muscle and bone growth. Before entering the bodybuilding world, it was given to child and adults who lacked natural growth hormone. It is also used for treating short bowl syndrome in adults.
Some people are allergic of Dragontropin. In case you are having an allergic reaction, you will experience side effects such as swelling of the face, tongue, lips and throat. The compound operates on tissues all over the body and stimulates bone and cartilage growth.
Dragontropin boosts protein production, helps utilize fats and raises the insulin level in the body. It is identical to the naturally produced HGH in the human body. Dragontropin is prescribed to HIV and Aid patients to help in maintaining muscles. In the world of bodybuilding, Dragontropin is rarely used along. It is used in combination of other compounds.
Dragontropin is indicated: growth failure; Turner Syndrome; Somatropin Deficiency Syndrome; Small for Gestational Age (SGA); Idiopathic Short Stature; Prader-Will Syndrome; Adult with AIDS wasting.
Contraindications: Patients with closed epiphysis. Evidence of tumor activity or active neoplasia (intracranial lesions must be inactive and antitumor therapy completed prior to instituting therapy). Dragontropin must be discontinued if there is evidence of tumor activity. Patients allergic to any component of the product.
Dragontropin may cause headaches, localized muscle pain, arthralgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, weakness, mild hyperglycemia, and glucosuria. Mild transient edema occurs in 2.5% of patients early during treatment. Local urticarial reactions have rarely been reported at the injection site.