Growth hormone deficiency is classified when the pituitary gland is supposed to produce somatotropin, which is important for keeping your tissues, bones, and muscles healthy, as well as advance growth. The most common symptom of GHD in children is their significantly shorter height than other children the same age. Children who have GHD typically grow less than two inches per year during puberty. Some other common symptoms may include: -Late puberty -Increased pockets of fat in the abdomen or face -Slow development or growth of teeth and hair Pediatric HGH therapy is used in children for various treatment options. Children with deficient growth hormone, or with Noonan syndrome, Turner syndrome, Leri-Weil syndrome, small for their gestational age and other diagnosis calls for Human Growth Hormone therapy to promote healthy height and development. Learn More!