Hormone therapy can be a very successful option for people that have tried everything to look and feel better with little to no success. The problem is that some of the available treatment methods can have a huge impact on your wallet and your health. At The Center for Internal and Integrative Medicine, Dr. Eduard Fatakhov uses Sermorelin subcutaneous injections to treat patients in Alpharetta, Georgia, because Sermorelin is not only effective and affordable, it is also safe to use.
When injected subcutaneously, Sermorelin does not produce Human Growth Hormone (HGH) itself. Instead, Sermorelin acts on your behalf by effectively stimulating your pituitary gland to create your own HGH naturally.
Dr. Fatakhov combines the use of Sermorelin with one of 2 peptides - Growth Hormone Releasing Factors 2 and 6 (GHRF- 2, GHRF- 6). GHRF-2 and 6 are important because, while Sermorelin stimulates the pituitary gland to produce HGH, these peptides cause that HGH to release in waves - mimicking the way our younger bodies released high quantities of HGH naturally.
Before starting therapy you will need to have an initial consultation with Dr. Fatakhov. In this consultation, testing will be done to determine if Sermorelin is right for you. If the use of Sermorelin is an option, you may see any of the following changes throughout the entire duration of treatment:
While the above-listed effects do not occur instantly, you may begin to notice some of the changes below within the first 8 weeks of therapy.
While negative side effects of Sermorelin GHRP-2 and Sermorelin GHRP-6 Injections are rare, it is important to discuss any concerns that you might have with Dr. Fatakhov before any injections are administered.
If you would like more information on Sermorelin GHRP-2 and Sermorelin GHRP-6 Injections, please contact The Center for Internal and Integrative Medicine to schedule a consultation with Dr. Fatakhov.