Leukemia has actually been reported in a few patients after treatment with development hormone. Nevertheless, it is not certainly understood whether the leukemia was brought on by the development hormone. Leukemia has actually also been reported in patients whose bodies do not make enough growth hormone and who have actually not yet been treated with manufactured growth hormone. However, discuss this possible effect with your doctor.
If growth hormone is provided to children or adults with regular growth, who do not need development hormonal agent, serious unwanted effects may occur since levels in the body become expensive. These results include the advancement of diabetes; abnormal growth of bones and internal organs such as the heart, kidneys, and liver; atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries); and hypertension (hypertension).
In addition to its needed impacts, a medication may cause some unwanted effects. Although not all of these side effects might happen, if they do happen they might need medical attention.
Consult your doctor as soon as possible if any of the following side effects take place:
- Abnormal or reduced touch feeling
- blurred vision
- burning, crawling, itching, numbness, tingling, “pins and needles”, or tingling feelings
- ear infection or other ear problems (in patients with Turner’s syndrome).
- pounding in the ears.
- severe headache.
- sluggish or fast heartbeat.
- Chest pain.
- Abdominal pain or bloating.
- modifications in vision.
- depression of skin at location of injection.
- nausea and vomiting.
- pain and swelling at place of injection.
- pain in hip or knee.
- skin rash or itchiness.
Some side effects might take place that normally do not require medical interest. These side effects might go away during treatment as your body gets used to the medication. Also, your healthcare expert may be able to inform you about methods to avoid or minimize some of these side effects. Check with your health care expert if any of the following side effects continue or are bothersome or if you have any concerns about them:.
- Back pain.
- cough or cough producing mucus.
- depressed mood.
- trouble in breathing.
- trouble in moving.
- dry skin and hair.
- ear congestion.
- sensation cold.
- general sensation of discomfort or illness.
- loss of hair.
- hoarseness or husky voice.
- anorexia nervosa.
- loss of voice.
- runny nose.
- shortness of breath.
- sore throat.
- slowed heartbeat.
- stuffy nose.
- swollen joints.
- tightness in chest.
- difficulty sleeping.
- weight gain.
Less typical or unusual:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome.
- augmentation of breasts.
- feeling sad or empty.
- enhanced growth of birthmarks.
- joint pain.
- loss of interest or satisfaction.
- muscle pain, cramps, or tightness.
- skeletal pain.
- swelling of hands, feet, or lower legs.
- trouble concentrating.
- unable to sleep.
- uncommon fatigue or weak point.
Opposite effects not noted might likewise occur in some patients. If you see any other results, contact your health care specialist.
Call your doctor for medical guidance about side effects. You might report side effects.