HGH Therapy for Children, Small for Gestational Age

Posted on September 2, 2015 by:

 

A neonate refers to the state of being small for gestational age (SGA) when the weight and or length is lower than 2SD, which is an equivalent of 2.3 percentile. Some neonate may have signs of intrauterine growth retardation, which is responsible for smallness and shortness. Based on the recent studies, approximately 100,000 children are born with Small for Gestational Age annually.

The good news is that infants with this condition can be subjected to growth hormone to help regain weight and height. Before you decide to take your infant for this therapy, it is wise to allow a doctor examine him or her to determine whether the infant is a good candidate for this powerful and effective HGH Therapy.

Some children, especially those born earlier than they should exhibit signs that may be misconstrued to mean SGA condition. Therefore, an experienced doctor who understands what should be done should carry out medical tests to avoid putting the life of the child at risk.

Whether your child has been diagnosed with small size or shortness, an experienced doctor can be able to help make your child live a better life through a carefully structured therapy. With this knowledge, you can be sure that the SGA condition will be a gone case.

 

 

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