Igf-1 and connective tissue repair.

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    Igf-1 and connective tissue repair.


    I've been doing some looking around and have found some info stating that Igf can aid in repairing connective tissue. So I just wanted to know if anyone has experience with Igf knows of its tissue healing properties. Thanks, Tha O
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    I just started using it today. Had shoulder surgery last wed. I have no prior experience though. Mine is a work in progress.
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    bump......... let us know how it goes dood! Good luck gettin better
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    oh yes it works and how! my own experience was the speed at which my 2 donor tendons (yup some dead person gave up 2 hamstring tendons that were sutured to my pec and looped through drill holes in my humerous) were integrated into my own tissue. revascularization occured well ahead of schedule (I could tell from the time when bleeding started to appear from the tendon following injections) and also my range of motion as been coming back a lot quicker than expected. also the the tie-in of the pec to the tendons already looks full and muscular yet obviously has received no training as of yet and looks 100% fuller than post-operatively.
    but i also have to attribute some of this to other peptides such as GH and mgf and more recently cjc+ghrp6.
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    yeah I could see how cjc-1295 and ghrp-6 could help. Question still remains............how much was due to IGF. But if you were given GH than that ,I would think, would be the prime suspect of most your healing.
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    Here's the best quote I can find for you...

    IGF-1R3 is 300% faster than normal for repairing tendons. Cissus is 45% faster. HGH will also help, but mostly through IGF-1 production.

    I have used Oratrophin to repair both my knees at seperate times. I currently recommend PGH-T (for HGH), Oratrophin, and cissus. For ligaments, only HGH will help. Good luck
    Werewolf got me on track with IGF-1 and it's healing capabilities a while ago. You can find the full thread at:

    HGH & Torn tendon

    Hope this helps
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    cool. good find thanks
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