DRUG REACTION & OTHER TREATMENTS
Drug interactions may lead to side effects or decrease or increase the medicine potency. Check with your doctor that the other drugs you're taking do not interfere with this drug's action. Treatments of other conditions should be discussed before using Mactropin. It is especially important to diabetics to check with their doctor because Mactropin may chance insulin requirements.
Mactropin does not have side effects in most people. Most side effects will stop with continued usage or by lowering the dose. Common side effects are pain in joints, this is due to water which may be pushing nerves. If pain doesn't stop consider lowering the dosage, talk with your doctor. Do not use the drug if you are allergic to any of it's components. Please tell your doctor if you have any other symptoms at once.
Keep a record of doses. If you are diabetic or using insulin or any other diabetic, sugar lowering medicine you should monitor your blood glucose closely because growth hormone may change your body response to insulin.
Keep at 2-8C. Don't freeze. Mactropin is very stable and can stay for a month in normal room temperature. But it is still advised to refrigerate whenever possible and always keep away from direct light. After dilution it must be refrigerated. In case of sterile water it must be used within 72 hours. If you dilute with bacteriostatic water you can use even after 10 days or more.