Sermorelin with GHRP-6 – Hormone Doctor San Diego

Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on December 5th, 2018
Sermorelin with GHRP-6 – Hormone Doctor San Diego
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What is the purpose of injectable Sermorelin acetate treatments?

The primary purpose of why hormone physicians prescribe injectable Sermorelin treatments is to stimulate the pituitary gland located at the bottom of the brain, to release more Somatropin aka growth hormone (HGH).

Sermorelin doctors prescribe this growth hormone-releasing hormone analog because it is a secretagogue class molecule that can help to reverse some of the effects of aging in adult humans and provide other benefits for those who are suffering from symptoms associated with the diagnosis of hypopituitarism: adult-onset growth hormone deficiency, or andropause in men ("male menopause") and menopause, normal for women in middle age.

The key with Sermorelin shots is to prescribe the right dosage amount so that your IGF-1 levels are in the 250 ng/dl range, going above 300 ng/dl you risk side effects.

What is the secretagogue Sermorelin Acetate and how is it similar to Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone?

As you may already know, a secretagogue is something that stimulates something else. In the case of Sermorelin, it acts the same way as Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone but is a molecularly truncated version.

That is to say; Sermorelin is a shortened version of Growth hormone-releasing hormone.  Injections are done subcutaneously using an insulin needle.

And Sermorelin vials usually come in 3 mg, 6 mg and 9 mg versions of lyophilized powder that you reconstitute, or mix with water.

The water you mix with Sermorelin is bacteria static water.  Fortunately, Sermorelin is much less expensive than HGH. Six-month program of Sermorelin might cost about $2000 versus up-to $5000 to $6000 for HGH.

Sermorelin Acetate is a truncated analog of a growth hormone releasing factor (GRF 1-44) that is naturally produced by the hypothalamus to stimulate pituitary production of human growth hormone.

The increased HGH levels then increase the IGF-1 levels, insulin-like growth factor one which is created in the liver. IGF-1 levels should not be too high or too low.

If IGF-1 is too small, you get some of the premature symptoms of aging, and if IGF-1 is too high, you can get side effects associated with too much HGH.

What are some of the Benefits of Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone and Sermorelin?

Sermorelin is a prescription drug that may be prescribed for adults for unlabeled uses, and the cost is about one-third the price of adult synthetic, recombinant human growth hormone (HGH) injections therapy. Sermorelin was initially manufactured under the prescription drug brand name of Geref.

Healthy amounts of IGF-1 circulating in the bloodstream helps increase metabolism, and thus burn fat (lipolysis), increase mineral bone density, help to maintain healthy muscles, enhance the immune system, strengthen the heart, as well as improve the function of other organs in the body.

Because Sermorelin works with the bodies endocrine feedback loop, you won't over produce HGH, whereas injecting HGH into the body, its already there and must be utilized even if there happens to be too much at a given time, and thus HGH doesn't work as well with the hypothalamic-pituitary-liver feedback loop as Sermorelin.

The most popular reasons people use injectable Sermorelin Therapy is because it increases adult lean muscle mass, reduces body fat and reverses some of the visceral effects of aging.


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