peptides for tendonitis?
Written by TerranceStamm on . Posted in
February 15, 2018 at 7:05 am #2674
Hey there everyone, I would really appreciate a lot if there is somebody who can help me with my question/ problem. So well, I am having lots of tendon problems for around the last 2 or maybe 3 months and the problem is the fact that both of my shoulder tendons are really hurting when I am resting, and tricep tendons as well is hurting pretty badly. In order to try to help me with this problem I have heard that Deca might be a solution so I did have tried it out, however it didn’t really helped me too much and that’s why I continued to do my research and so I thought… are there some peptides or anything that are going to water the freak out of them and therefore is going to speed up the healing in my tendons? Or if the peptides doesn’t sound like a very good idea then what does? I would appreciate anything in this matter.
I also can mention here the fact that I haven’t really been training too heavy for the last 2 months especially since this problem appeared, I have been doing more high volume and low weight and it is still there, to be honest, this is a really annoying problem as it simply won’t stop from hurting and as much as you can understand, this poses a big problem.
I can also mention here that I am also starting to avoid any exercises at all, as of late, that are stressing my tendons too much and while you might think that this is enough I know that it is not and that’s due to the fact that I have already done that in the past as well and to be honest, it didn’t helped me too much (if it did at all). I’ve also been thinking about HGH either, however I just realize that HGH is going to be too expensive for me right now and that’s why I am thinking that a good peptide is going to be simply amazing, in case there is any! Thanks in advance for everything, I appreciate it a lot!February 15, 2018 at 7:55 am #2675
To be honest, the only thing that I can see helping this in anyway would be the GH, only, not sure if the peptides would do anything. However, in case this is a really bad problem and especially since you do not even afford the GH, then it might be a good idea for you to go see a doctor, at least I personally am thinking that this is what I would do if I would be you.February 16, 2018 at 7:14 am #2676
Thanks for answering, I just have to say that I actually do it, believe me or not, but the problem is that they are not actually taking the lifters to seriously and that is why, there’s not much help from the, unfortunately.February 16, 2018 at 7:24 am #2678
It is important for you to know that not all the doctors are like that, there are jerk doctors indeed, but not all of them, so just go and see a new doctor and just tell them that you’re some kind of Olympian or something 😀 they are going to take you much more seriously.February 21, 2018 at 7:35 am #2685
Well, I am not very sure if this is going to be working 100% for you but I still think that you might be posing a good chance for getting better if you could get yourself a legit tb-500. I hope that this is going to help you.February 21, 2018 at 8:33 am #2687
Hey there OP, first off I have to say that I am sorry you have to go through these problems as I know that they are really annoying and I know this because, unfortunately, I am have had tendinitis for years so the struggle is real, especially because in all those years I have tried everything that’s possible! Well, the only thing that it is considered that is really going to work, at least supposedly, it is getting a surgery done, however as much as you know, this is going to leave you out of the gym for quite a good while if you would do it.
Anyhow, if you do not like the surgery idea for legit reasons, obviously, then I can tell you that for me personally, sleeves and tape have really helped a lot so I recommend you trying the same and hopefully it would work for you as well. Working around the injury and stopping the ego lifting either, not maxing out too often are going to be like some good working things.
And yeah… I have not ever heard about peptides except from the HGH that are going to sort this problem out, I’m sorry for the bad news. Wishing you all the best.February 22, 2018 at 10:48 am #2689
i am not very sure if this is going to help you but at least this did has helped me a lot and for this reason I think that it should work for you too. Well, my elbow has been hurting pretty badly for a long time and so I do know the struggle that you’re going through. In the beginning I have had lateral epicondylitis and after that I have had medial epicondylitis and so, it would alternate back and forth like that. I have then started a bpc -157 and as it was recommended above, the Tb 500 protocol all along with the HGH which I do think that it is important and you would need to acquire it either. I have also started the forearm stretches all along with the cross massage on the tendons either. I do think that you must be following the exact same protocol as I mentioned here (if you have questions I am ready to answer them all) and that’s because 3 months later after starting this protocol, my pain went away. I do know that 3 months sounds like too much time, however I doubt that there’s an *instant* helping stuff but the part is that I absolutely have 0 pain in my elbow and I am currently lifting at my full strength once again and that’s the best part. And by the way, I am still running the HGH and the Tb 500 for the maintenance and I am keeping the pain problems away although I do continue to do it in full strength. Plus to that I have other benefits either and there’s no need in the surgery! Hopefully this helps!February 28, 2018 at 9:09 am #2703
Yeah indeed, a legit TB 500 it is worth a short, for sure! You just need to know that usually, the peptide companies are hit and miss! I would just ask around in order to see who is having good luck to get the quality peptides now. Anyhow, I personally am just trying to up my hgh dose and I am trying to work around it.
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