HGH for injury repair

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    HGH for injury repair


    So I am new to the boards, this is my first post.

    I am your average athletic guy. 27yrs old, I play ice & roller hockey 2-3 times a week. Been going to the gym with a trainer for about 5 months now, looking to improve my strength and get that nice stomach for summer. At my peak I was 6'4 250lbs. Always had the little beer belly. Everything has been going well at the gym, I eat right, down to 6'4 220-225lbs.

    I ran into an issue about the past 3-4 weeks my elbow has been hurting during the gym and after hockey games. I took about 2 weeks completely off of the gym (previously going 5x a week)

    I came back and it still hurts. It hurts picking up light things at work. I havent played hockey yet either. I am making such good progress in the gym, I don't want to stop. I have a good friend of mine who gave me some HGH, everything I have read about this seems like it will help, it wont make miracles, but it won't hurt the situation.

    I pretty much have a full understanding of HGH, but my real only question which I can't seem to find a definitive answer for is where to stick myself.

    My friend says near my injured elbow, where everywhere I read says a fatty area in my stomach. I have read that even sticking it in the injured area is useless.

    Could anyone lend some thought?

    Thanks in advance!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by damadhatter
    Could anyone lend some thought?
    It doesn't matter where you stick it.

    Why didn't you know that if you have researched GH?

    GH is a ligand with zero enzymatic/catalytic action of its own. It is an amino acid string with a very specific 3 dimensional shape. When released by the pituitary or injected it will primarily travel in plasma to the liver where it will bind to a GH receptor on a liver cell.

    Once bound the shape of the GH ligand will initiate a conformational change on the GH receptor (a twist if you will) such that...blah, blah, Stat5b translocates to the nucleus of the cell and initiates transcription of the IGF-1 peptide whose "blueprint" will be taken to the ribosomes where IGF-1 will be synthesized in pieces and put together before being escorted to the cell surface and excreted into the vascular system where the IGF-1 ligand will travel systemically and find places to bind.

    Some of that may find your injured elbow tissue and bind to receptors there. Once bound IGF-1 will by the miracle of intracellular events mTor and all that Jazz mediate events which will help repair tissue.

    OR you could just buy some IGF-1 LR3 and inject it directly into the wound.
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    Quote Originally Posted by datBtrue View Post
    It doesn't matter where you stick it.

    Why didn't you know that if you have researched GH?

    GH is a ligand with zero enzymatic/catalytic action of its own. It is an amino acid string with a very specific 3 dimensional shape. When released by the pituitary or injected it will primarily travel in plasma to the liver where it will bind to a GH receptor on a liver cell.

    Once bound the shape of the GH ligand will initiate a conformational change on the GH receptor (a twist if you will) such that...blah, blah, Stat5b translocates to the nucleus of the cell and initiates transcription of the IGF-1 peptide whose "blueprint" will be taken to the ribosomes where IGF-1 will be synthesized in pieces and put together before being escorted to the cell surface and excreted into the vascular system where the IGF-1 ligand will travel systemically and find places to bind.

    Some of that may find your injured elbow tissue and bind to receptors there. Once bound IGF-1 will by the miracle of intracellular events mTor and all that Jazz mediate events which will help repair tissue.

    OR you could just buy some IGF-1 LR3 and inject it directly into the wound.
    Well I did research and I have heard so many mixed opinions. I went with the stomach option. I do have to say though, I am having trouble keeping it up and I can't finish, wtf is with that!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by damadhatter View Post
    Well I did research and I have heard so many mixed opinions. I went with the stomach option. I do have to say though, I am having trouble keeping it up and I can't finish, wtf is with that!!!!!
    Prolactin.

    You need to lower it. Vitamin B-6 is a good mild option. You could also add in some L-Dopa as well.

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