Sermorelin - Top 5 Frequently Asked Questions
If you’re reading this, chances are you or someone you know has been prescribed Sermorelin for an injury. Maybe you’re an athlete who’s eager to get back in the game as soon as possible, or maybe you’re just looking for a little more information on the medication. Either way, we’ve got you covered. In this post, we’ll give you a brief overview of Sermorelin and explain how and why it can be taken indefinitely.
What is Sermorelin?
Sermorelin is a man-made peptide that is structurally similar to growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH). It is used to treat injuries by stimulating the production of growth hormone (GH). GH is important for the growth and repair of tissues throughout the body.
For the first month, the medication should be injected subcutaneously once a day at bedtime. After that, the dose should be taken every other night until the vial is gone.
How & Why Sermorelin Can Be Taken Indefinitely
Even though it’s technically a medication, Sermorelin can be taken indefinitely because it doesn’t have any negative long-term effects. In fact, some studies have shown that it can actually improve quality of life and increase lifespan! So if you’re feeling good and your blood work is coming back normal, there’s no need to stop taking Sermorelin.
Storing & Expiration Dates
Sermorelin should be stored in a refrigerator at 2°C to 8°C (36°F to 46°F). It should not be frozen and should be used before the expiration date on the vial. The expiration date can be found on the box and vial label.
We hope this post has given you a better understanding of Sermorelin and how it can help you recover from injuries quickly and effectively. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us—we’re always happy to help!
If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to our clinic.
It is important to have blood work performed prior to beginning this medication to assess liver and kidney function as well as assist in identifying any additional underlying health conditions.