Shoulder Injury and Questions
01-16-2007 03:10 AM
Oh yeah, and I completely agree with jmh80, I think the CJC from IBE would definately be a good product to look into, and it's not as expensive as the Oratropin.
01-16-2007 09:15 AM
Hi guys, thanks for the info.
I couldn't find any "CJC" product on Innovative Body Enhancement (IBE).
Is this a "coming soon" type of product?
01-16-2007 11:15 PM
You have to go to their other website. I don't know how to direct you there w/o breaking the rules here. If you can, try getting to there forum that they have and they have the links on there.
If all else fails or if you have any other questions, feel free to email me at: email@example.com
01-17-2007 01:29 AM
CJC-1295 has to be injected. It is brand new and there is not a lot of experience with it. Even though it will raise IGF-1 levels, natural IGF-1 (10 minute half life) and IGF-1R3 (6 hour half life) are two different beasts when trying to heal an injury. I'm sorry, but what really need is Oratrophin (or injectable IGF-1R3), PGH-T(or other HGH booster) and Cissus.
Hopefully IBE will have sale soon. I have tried to get IBE to sell half kits because you are not the first to let the price stop you.
04-30-2007 11:52 PM
I have a full thickness tear of my left suprisinatus with significant retraction. Surgery is the only option I have been given to repair it, and the doc says that I will never be able to do military presses ever again and will have a 6-month period of not touching weights. Although I have some pain and some loss of strength in that shoulder, I have opted against the surgery at least for now and instead have embarked upon a pretty serious cycle and a long, slow but steady return to heavy lifting. When I started about three months ago, I did not think I would ever be able to go heavy with the pain and crackling in my shoulder, which would de-stablize my heavier lifts and inhibit even my curls. Slow, high rep low weight lifting, concentrating on not flairing my shoulders out on bench and similar presses, finally gave way to new levels of strength in the surrounding muscles, and now has gotten to frankly an all-time high on every lift. It is not without pain, but the pain is less, the destablizing impact is significantly less, and now, I have been completely off cycle for over a month, and the gains keep on coming. Glucosamine, GH, watching how much anti-estrogens I take to prevent joint dryness, and a little deca has done the trick for me. So much so that at my age (mid-forties), I don't need to be stronger or more built than I am, and so I think have decided against the surgery altogether. Anyway, just wanted to provide an alternative and let you know that where there's a will, there's a way, even if you have irreversible shoulder damage that really can be only partially fixed with serious surgery and downtime.
Originally Posted by djl
05-15-2007 10:29 PM
Thanks for the post, man! There's always hope!
I'm back to lifting again. Really light weight, going for very slow, controlled movements. Back day has no problems--never did before, either. On chest day, as long as I keep my shoulders pulled back, elbows towards my side, there's no pain.
I'm slowly making progress, but still a long way to go before I'm were I use to be. But that's ok. Slow and steady wins the race, right?
Originally Posted by Parteeman
06-06-2007 02:53 AM
I'm recovering from 2 shoulder dislocations suffered about 6 weeks ago. I got my MRI w/ anthrogram today, and hopefully it turns out well. If i undergo surgery, i am considering looking into a combination of hexarelin and lr3 igf-1/Oratropin.
Best of luck to you
06-06-2007 08:10 AM
How'd the athrogram treat you? For me it was just brutal. And after the injection, I had to drive 30 to 45 minutes to get to the MRI location
Originally Posted by bigrick345
06-06-2007 09:56 PM
The MRI and Athrogram were in the same lab, so it wasnt that bad, but i don't know how i could have driven because my shoulder was numb, and really sore the next day.
Originally Posted by djl
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