Growth hormone may be taken with most other medication, but it is important to tell your doctor about all medications (i.e. those prescribed by a doctor and those available without a prescription) that you are taking, especially glucocorticoids, sex steroids, or thyroid hormone. If you have diabetes and receive insulin, the dose may have to be adjusted.

You should not stop growth hormone treatment if you have an illness such as a cold or ‘flu’, unless your physician advises otherwise.

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  • What about taking growth hormone while travelling?
  • Should growth hormone treatment be continued if I become ill?
  • How will I know if the growth hormone treatment is working?
  • What dose of growth hormone should I take?
  • The situation when growth hormone therapy should not be given
  • What should I tell the doctor before growth hormone treatment is started?
  • While I am on growth hormone is there anything I must do?
  • Are there any side-effects that you should look out for when taking growth hormone?
  • How long should I continue to take growth hormone?
  • Why do some children need growth hormone therapy?
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