Norditropin® helps people living with certain growth hormone-related disorders. Let us help you learn about a therapy that may be right for your family.

What is Norditropin®?

Learn how Norditropin® works and what you can expect from therapy, including safety concerns, possible risk factors, and known side effects.

What It Is

How is it given?

Yes, growth hormone therapy is given by injection, but don’t let that scare you—or your child. Learn about our needles and pen storage requirements—Norditropin® pens can be stored outside of the refrigerator for up to 21 days after first use.a

How to Take It

aAll unused Norditropin® products must be refrigerated (36°F to 46°F) prior to first use. Do not freeze and avoid direct light. After first injection, Norditropin® pens can either be stored outside of the refrigerator (up to 77°F) for use within 3 weeks, or in the refrigerator (between 36°F and 46°F) for use within 4 weeks.

Can I afford it?

Insurance. Paperwork. Don’t panic: our support program, NordiCare®, provides you with a dedicated Case Manager to help you through the hassles and understand your insurance coverage.

How We Can Help

Real-life Perspectives

Take a look into the everyday lives of families whose children use Norditropin®. View videos, hear their unique stories, and learn some tips that may help you along your journey.

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More than the medicine.

All FDA-approved human growth hormone products are similar: they’re identical to the growth hormone your body makes. But growth hormone therapy is about more than just the medicine. It’s also about how that medicine is given and how the company supports patients. Learn more about some of the delivery devices on the market.

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Sign up to order free charms and stickers for your pen, use the Growth Track Wizard, and get updates and news about Norditropin®.


Not Just for Kids

Growth hormone deficiency affects adults, too. Learn how Norditropin® can help.

Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency