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HGH for recovery from joint surgery?

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delawaredrew

Had a moderate rotator cuff injury and recovery is taking longer than I may be able to afford. Burned vac time and sick time, then lost the job. Short term disability pay is not enough to live on without draining savings. Would HGH have helped speed recovery? Despite doing all exercises I still have a very weak arm and am not cleared to return to work until it's 80-90%, as of now, 4 months later,  it's way too weak to return to work without worry anyway.

Probably too late for this arm but if HGH could have helped; how long does any effect take to show and at what kind of dosage? I'll likely need other shoulder done in 1-2 years and another 4-6 months with limited pay is not desirable.
I have NO experience with anything like this so take it easy on me if this is a dumb question :)
Thanks
Drew

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TheChamp99

"Christopher Mendias (Ph. D. 2007), assistant professor of orthopaedic surgery and molecular and integrative physiology, said that unlike anabolic steroids, HGH doesn't markedly increase muscle strength or mass. Instead, HGH prevents the degradation of muscle and helps protect tendons and ligaments".  My experience with HGH and people I know who have used it . You start to notice it's effects within 6 months. I experienced a torn bicep, painful as fuck..I started hgh 3 iu's a day with 250mg of testosterone a week and the healing process was quick. I was back training within 4 weeks. 

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delawaredrew
On 1/19/2020 at 10:27 AM, TheChamp99 said:

"Christopher Mendias (Ph. D. 2007), assistant professor of orthopaedic surgery and molecular and integrative physiology, said that unlike anabolic steroids, HGH doesn't markedly increase muscle strength or mass. Instead, HGH prevents the degradation of muscle and helps protect tendons and ligaments".  My experience with HGH and people I know who have used it . You start to notice it's effects within 6 months. I experienced a torn bicep, painful as fuck..I started hgh 3 iu's a day with 250mg of testosterone a week and the healing process was quick. I was back training within 4 weeks. 

That's good to know. Thank you. You think it was the testosterone or HGH that helped you, or both?

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trinity
On 1/27/2020 at 5:11 AM, delawaredrew said:

That's good to know. Thank you. You think it was the testosterone or HGH that helped you, or both?

Nandrolone DNT is well known for its collagen synthesis over Testosterone DHT.

We would say a small physiological dose would be therapeutic and we have noticed the same in our experience.


Regards

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Phanatic89

You might also want to look at BPC-157 and TB-500, in fact most likely you can get this domestically. Healing factor peptides that pretty much turn you into wolverine. Growth and nandrolone are great too.

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Phanatic89

BPC-157 is really miracle stuff. I've seen this given to powerlifters  I know first-hand who had quad tears, pec tears, shoulder injuries. It's gotten them from agony to training again in a couple of weeks. Works best if you can inject near the site of the injury but it does have a systemic effect on the body too.

 

If budget is an issue, I would stick to a couple vials of BPC-157. HGH is more expensive and often faked. Testosterone and nandrolone are anabolic steroids and will require you to take post-cycle therapy afterwards so that your body can produce testosterone naturally again.

 

https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/article/supplements-articles/how-to-use-bpc-157/

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delawaredrew

Thanks!

I had no idea these substances existed.

Surgery was in October and I am still in therapy to regain strength. I would love to have had shorter recovery. 

 

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