Low growth hormone

What is low growth hormone?

Growth hormone (GH) is an important hormone produced by the pituitary gland in the brain. It plays a crucial role in growth and development, especially during childhood and adolescence.

As the name suggests, low growth hormone refers to having deficient levels of this vital hormone. It is generally diagnosed when GH levels fall below 3 nanograms per milliliter.

Some key signs and symptoms of growth hormone deficiency include:

Low GH can occur due to:

If left untreated, growth hormone deficiency can seriously impact quality of life and long-term health outcomes.

Fortunately, low GH is treatable through growth hormone therapy. This involves regular injections of biosynthetic human growth hormone to restore normal levels.

Many patients see excellent benefits from GH replacement, such as:

The expert physicians at Balance Hormone Clinic specialize in diagnosing and treating hormonal imbalances like low GH using advanced testing and personalized treatment plans.

If you suspect you may have growth hormone deficiency, I highly recommend scheduling a consultation with Balance Hormone Clinic. Their integrated approach combines hormone optimization therapy with nutrition, lifestyle and fitness recommendations for optimal wellness.

Get Free Consultation