Compounded by compounding pharmacies (Injected IM once and rarely twice/week)
Available in cream or gel, applied to skin daily
Also available in pellets, which are implanted under the skin. Usually last 4 months.
Pills: specially developed by Belmar Pharmacy for women
Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)
Injected subcutaneously or administered via lozenges under the tongue
Clomed (Clomphene) pills
Effect is similar to hCG
Cream compounded to include all female sex hormones (testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone)
Human Growth Hormone (hCH)
Omnitrope - Comes as a powder and liquid (dilute the as bacteriostatic water or saline) made by Sandoz Pharmaceutical
Nordiflex Pro Pen (Norditropin Pen) – Has cartridge inside made by Nova Nordic
Genotropin Mini Quicks – Comes as a preloaded box of seven syringes of different doses. Made by Pfizer and many other manufacturers.
Sermorelin with GHRP2 and GHRP6
B Vitamins, generally injected 2-3 times/week
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