Hormone injection side effects

Undiagnosed/untreated hypothyroidism may prevent an optimal response to somatropin, in particular, the growth response in children. Patients with Turner Syndrome have an inherently increased risk of developing autoimmune thyroid disease and primary hypothyroidism. In patients with growth hormone deficiency, central (secondary) hypothyroidism may first become evident or worsen during somatropin treatment. Therefore, patients treated with somatropin should have periodic thyroid function tests and thyroid hormone replacement therapy should be initiated or appropriately adjusted when indicated.

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Breakthrough bleeding; spotting; change in menstrual flow; amenorrhea ; edema ; change in weight (increase or decrease); changes in cervical erosion and cervical secretions; cholestatic jaundice; breast tenderness and galactorrhea ; pain , irritation, and/or redness at the injection area; skin sensitivity reactions consisting of urticaria , pruritus , edema and generalized rash ; acne , alopecia and hirsutism ; rash (allergic) with and without pruritus; anaphylactoid reactions; mental depression; pyrexia; insomnia ; nausea ; and somnolence .

Treatment with somatropin may decrease insulin sensitivity, particularly at higher doses in susceptible patients. As a result, previously undiagnosed impaired glucose tolerance and overt diabetes mellitus may be unmasked during somatropin treatment and new onset type 2 diabetes mellitus has been reported in patients. Therefore, glucose levels should be monitored periodically in all patients treated with somatropin, especially in those with risk factors for diabetes mellitus, such as obesity, Turner syndrome, or a family history of diabetes mellitus. Patients with preexisting type 1 or type 2 diabetes mellitus or impaired glucose tolerance should be monitored closely during somatropin therapy. The doses of antihyperglycemic drugs (., insulin or oral agents) may require adjustment when somatropin therapy is instituted in these patients.

Hormone injection side effects

hormone injection side effects

Breakthrough bleeding; spotting; change in menstrual flow; amenorrhea ; edema ; change in weight (increase or decrease); changes in cervical erosion and cervical secretions; cholestatic jaundice; breast tenderness and galactorrhea ; pain , irritation, and/or redness at the injection area; skin sensitivity reactions consisting of urticaria , pruritus , edema and generalized rash ; acne , alopecia and hirsutism ; rash (allergic) with and without pruritus; anaphylactoid reactions; mental depression; pyrexia; insomnia ; nausea ; and somnolence .

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