Tesamorelin is a growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH) analog.

Benefits of



  • Reduces abdominal fat
  • Improves body composition
  • Enhances metabolic health
  • Reduces cardiovascular risk
  • Enhances quality of life

Frequently asked questions

Is a prescription required for Tesamorelin therapy?
Yes, Tesamorelin is a prescription medication and should be used under medical supervision.
Are there any contraindications for Tesamorelin therapy?
Individuals with a history of certain medical conditions, like active cancer, should avoid Tesamorelin therapy.
How long does Tesamorelin therapy last?
The duration of therapy varies depending on individual response and healthcare provider like the expert team at Yutopia would help in assessing the duration needed.
Can Tesamorelin therapy be used with other HIV medications?
Tesamorelin does not interfere with antiretroviral therapy and can be used alongside it.
Is Tesamorelin therapy covered by insurance?
Coverage varies depending on the insurance provider and policy. Check with your insurance provider for details.
What are the benefits of Tesamorelin therapy?
Tesamorelin therapy primarily reduces excess abdominal fat, leading to improved body composition, metabolic health, and potentially reduced cardiovascular risk.
How is Tesamorelin administered?
Tesamorelin is administered as a subcutaneous injection, typically into the abdominal area.
What is HIV-associated lipodystrophy?
HIV-associated lipodystrophy is a condition characterized by changes in body fat distribution, often seen in individuals with HIV undergoing antiretroviral therapy.
How does Tesamorelin work?
Tesamorelin stimulates the pituitary gland to release more growth hormone, which can lead to a reduction in visceral adipose tissue.
Who is a candidate for Tesamorelin therapy?
Individuals with HIV-associated lipodystrophy and excess abdominal fat may be candidates for Tesamorelin therapy. Consult a healthcare professional for proper evaluation.
What is Tesamorelin?
Tesamorelin is a synthetic growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH) analog used to reduce excess abdominal fat in individuals with HIV-associated lipodystrophy.
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