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I received my order of 3 boxes of Genotropin 36iu within about 15 days (Fourth of July weekend slowed down shipping by 1-2 days I'm sure). I decided to try out PSL because they were having a weekend sale on Genotropin so I jumped on it. I've reconstituted HGH many times (Humatrope and Genotropin) and am very familiar with the standard procedure and what it should look like once reconstituted (crystal clear liquid). Reconstituting the first vial, I noticed that it took much longer than normal for the powder to dissolve. After it was all dissolved, the solution was VERY cloudy and I could even see stuff swirling around inside. I've read about this but had never experienced it firsthand. I did some research to refresh my memory and sure enough, everywhere I saw that people agree that cloudy HGH is bad. Time and time again, I read that "Genotropin MUST NOT BE INJECTED if the solution is cloudy or contains particulate matter," and I do believe this Genotropin was 100% legit, but it had at some point gotten too hot or too cold. Being an idiot I went ahead and used it for the past couple of days even though I have a large stash of Genotropin pens in my fridge that I brought from Mexico last month. I guess I was in denial about getting screwed out of $612. I emailed PSL in the meantime just to see what they would say (I had a bad feeling about the response since it was my first time dealing with them). I asked them what their opinion was about cloudy Genotropin and told them that I had been using Genotropin for some time and that it was always clear when reconstituted. Their pure BS response is what motivated me to write this review!
The PSL representative responded by saying "Geno genuine bact water is supposed to be cloudy after mixing. It's perfectly normal my Friend"
This is obviously not accurate at all. It seems that PSL just wants to convince me that cloudy Genotropin is normal in order to not refund my money or reship. I didn't even expect a reship though I probably should have. I just emailed them to see what they'd say. I'm very disappointed with such unethical service and unless PSL makes it right with me, which it seems that they won't, I would definitely not recommend them. Very lousy customer service in my opinion. If it wasn't for this, I would've been a long term customer.