When Can I Expect Results From Sermorelin Therapy?

Sermorelin HGH combats the health issues caused by growth hormone deficiency. Sermorelin acetate is generally recognized as growth-hormone-releasing factor 1-29 NH2-acetate. This is due to its role as a peptide composed of the first 29 amino acids responsible for the growth hormones produced in the body. Unlike synthetic therapy options that cause unnatural spikes in HGH, Sermorelin HGH works overtime to naturally and gradually increase growth hormone levels in the patient’s body.

While patients will notice some significant increases in changes in the body after the first month, the full-benefits are usually fully noticed after three to six months of therapy.

  • Month 1

Increased energy
Improved stamina
Deeper, more restful sleep

  • Month 2

Improved skin, reduced wrinkles
Stronger nails and hair
Increased metabolism

  • Month 3

Enhanced sex drive and performance
Improved mental focus
Improved joint health

  • Month 4

Continued weight reduction
Improved skin elasticity
Increased lean muscle mass

  • Month 5

Noticeably fuller and healthier hair
Reduced appearance of wrinkles, better skin tone
Continued reduction in belly fat

  • Month 6

5-10% reduction in body fat (without exercise/diet)
10% increase in lean muscle mass
Improved vitality due to organ regrowth

Proper Use

If you are injecting this medicine yourself, use it exactly as directed by your doctor. Do not use more or less of it, and do not use it more often than your doctor ordered. The exact amount of medicine needed has been carefully worked out. Using too much will increase the risk of side effects, while using too little may not improve the condition.

Each package of sermorelin contains a patient instruction sheet.

Read this sheet carefully and make sure you understand:

  • How to prepare the injection.
  • Proper use of disposable syringes and needles, including safe handling and disposal.
  • How to give the injection.
  • How long the injection is safe to use.

It is best to use a different place on the body for each injection (for example, abdomen, hip, thigh, or upper arm). To help you remember to do this, you may want to keep a record of the date and location for each injection.