Question about Sarms, BPC-157 for chronic wrist pain

  1. Question about Sarms, BPC-157 for chronic wrist pain


    I know healing questions get asked a lot for these compounds, but I would like some input from users who have used said compounds (Osta, LGD, MK677, and BPC-157) with success or failure.

    I have had chronic ulnar sided wrist pain going on 7 months now. I have been training for 11 years and have taken AAS and prohormones, and have experimented with SARMs, but never used for injury repair. I am a chiropractor, and am getting to the point where I can not adjust people, and I am getting desperate. The pain is only presented when I go to pick something up, when I hold a person's head to deliver a cervical adjustment, and when my wrist is extended, supinated, and ulnar deviated. Neutral grip does not hurt. I have had a radiograph that revealed a 3mm gap between my radius and ulna, then received a contrast MRI two weeks ago that revealed no torn carpal ligaments and an intact Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex tear (TFCC), but the gap between radius and ulna is still present. I have tried many conservative treatments for several months, and not much has helped at all. I have taken a month off from any upper body lifting, and 3 weeks off of work.

    Now to my question. I have been injecting BPC-157 locally for four weeks at a dose of 500mcg ED, but it does not seem to be improving. I was considering adding Osta and MK-677 to the mix, but I wanted some input on user experience. Any insight is much appreciated. Thank you


  2. Is it movements that stress the brachioradialis?

    If so, try isometric holds, using low-mid weight dumbbells. Hold the weights slightly away from your chest, knuckles away from you and then lean forward. Toy with the position until you find the sweet spot. Hold for 30-45 seconds then swap hands. Rinse, repeat.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by cck131 View Post
    I know healing questions get asked a lot for these compounds, but I would like some input from users who have used said compounds (Osta, LGD, MK677, and BPC-157) with success or failure.

    I have had chronic ulnar sided wrist pain going on 7 months now. I have been training for 11 years and have taken AAS and prohormones, and have experimented with SARMs, but never used for injury repair. I am a chiropractor, and am getting to the point where I can not adjust people, and I am getting desperate. The pain is only presented when I go to pick something up, when I hold a person's head to deliver a cervical adjustment, and when my wrist is extended, supinated, and ulnar deviated. Neutral grip does not hurt. I have had a radiograph that revealed a 3mm gap between my radius and ulna, then received a contrast MRI two weeks ago that revealed no torn carpal ligaments and an intact Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex tear (TFCC), but the gap between radius and ulna is still present. I have tried many conservative treatments for several months, and not much has helped at all. I have taken a month off from any upper body lifting, and 3 weeks off of work.

    Now to my question. I have been injecting BPC-157 locally for four weeks at a dose of 500mcg ED, but it does not seem to be improving. I was considering adding Osta and MK-677 to the mix, but I wanted some input on user experience. Any insight is much appreciated. Thank you
    Have you tried TB500? I have been using mk677 ,tb500 and BPC 157 for recovery from shoulder surgery. from my experience, the TB took away pain and made moving easier. Also felt better after injecting that. And the mk677 made it more comfortable. All my joints felt better on the mk677. Imo this stack is a miracle worker. I'd keep at it for another month to see how it feels after that. Also for me, I found bpc worked better for me at 1000mcg a day divided into 2 doses a day.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by SouthPawSD View Post
    Have you tried TB500? I have been using mk677 ,tb500 and BPC 157 for recovery from shoulder surgery. from my experience, the TB took away pain and made moving easier. Also felt better after injecting that. And the mk677 made it more comfortable. All my joints felt better on the mk677. Imo this stack is a miracle worker. I'd keep at it for another month to see how it feels after that. Also for me, I found bpc worked better for me at 1000mcg a day divided into 2 doses a day.
    I recently did a BPC-157 cycle for 2 weeks and found that while it damn near instantly took the pain away (10 hours 2 of the 3 injuries and 24h for the 3rd), the overall healing needed more time and proper rehab. BPC-157 was still like black magic, though. Iím having quite an impressive healing effect from SARMs, this week also.

  5. what SARMs if i may ask?
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by bb22 View Post
    what SARMs if i may ask?
    I was on RAD-140 and YK-11.
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