How Can HGH Treat Dwarfism?

Written by Dr. Jonathan Peterson, Published on November 24th, 2018


Dwarfism is a medical condition in which a person has short limbs and an extended curve in the spinal cord. Achondroplasia or bone growth disorder is responsible for up to 70% of Dwarfism cases -- where one’s limbs are shorter than the body trunk or abdominal area and with head and facial features which are larger than average. It is typically caused by a deficiency of Growth Hormone, an issue that begins in the pituitary gland, and is also called Pituitary Dwarfism.

Growth Hormone deficiency is a significant medical condition that can affect children and adults of all ages. Dwarfism is most commonly the result of HGH deficiency that goes undiagnosed and untreated throughout childhood, leading to an altered physical shape in adulthood. HGH deficiency that begins during adulthood is not associated with developmental abnormality, but rather with a decline in optimal physiological function which hampers health and wellness.

How Short Do You Have to Be to Be Considered a Dwarf?

A dwarf is defined as a person that has a height of less than 147cm or 58in. Although most people can picture what a person with Dwarfism typically looks like, there are Dwarfism cases where the body parts are average but still smaller in comparison to the average. This is called Disproportionate Dwarfism. Low muscle tone, scientifically known as Hypotonia, is particularly familiar in dwarfs. However, their intelligence and lifespan are usually average.

How can HGH treat dwarfism?

Since Dwarfism is commonly caused by Growth Hormone deficiency, it can be treated with HGH injection therapy, as case studies have proven, especially when caught early as a child. In one of these case studies, the patient underwent HGH injection therapy, and during the first year, the patient’s height managed to grow 10cm higher, and with continued usage, the patient's height increased 6cm each year they continued the therapy.

HGH treatment can and should be done during the early stages -- as soon as a child has been diagnosed with Dwarfism. Although there are lots of cases yielding positive results, these results are merely suggestive. Whether this will be possible with moderately severe cases of Dwarfism, cannot be stated definitively. Further studies will determine whether or not the height of Disproportionate Dwarfism can be altered safely, as well.

Since the genetic deformations of Dwarfism are caused by bone dysplasia, which cannot be corrected in adulthood, medical treatment is the only alternative left for people who seek respite from the harmful effects of Dwarfism. Typically, therapeutic involvement aims to prevent or reduce pain or physical disability and mitigate psychological stresses to enhance social adaptation.

HGH Therapy for Adults with Dwarfism, or Adults Treated for HGH Deficiency as Children

Growth Hormone therapy is frequently used for pediatric patients that suffer from Dwarfism to help them reach their final adult height, but HGH Deficiency also contributes to impaired physiological function in adulthood. Although individuals that are adult dwarves who did not receive treatment during childhood and adolescence cannot use HGH to grow taller, they can use Growth Hormone therapy to prevent the physiological health issues associated with suppressed Growth Hormone function.

The same goes for adults that were treated for HGH Deficiency in childhood and were able to avoid Dwarfism in adulthood. These patients still suffer as a result of clinically low Growth Hormone levels in adulthood, and with daily HGH injections, they can preserve a healthy body composition and maintain improved health and ideal hormone balance, which can help them live longer and reduce a variety of mortality risks.

To know more about how HGH can lessen the effects of Dwarfism on the human body, you can receive consultation from our doctors or a local doctor that specializes in this field of study. If you are an adult over the age of thirty that suffers from issues related to HGH Deficiency and Dwarfism, we can definitely help! Just fill out the form on the right sidebar to get an appointment. Dwarfism is not a medical condition people should be ashamed of, but it is something to be concerned about because the hormonal issue can affect a person mentally, especially their emotional stability.

To get started with your own co-created HGH, Testosterone, Sermorelin or HCG therapy program using HGH Injections, please fill out the contact form on the right-hand side of our site and then give us a call at 1-800-688-9673.

References

Dwarfism

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dwarfism

Growth Hormone Deficiency Basics

https://www.endocrineweb.com/conditions/growth-disorders/growth-hormone-deficiency-basics

Achondroplastic Dwarfism—Effects of Treatment with Human Growth Hormone

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1516352/

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