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    Question Pain during pct


    Hi I'm about a week into pct for a 6 week oral cycle. Cycle support was run, but dosages on the ph were relatively high. I though my liver or kidney were hurting a bit towards the end of week 6 so I ended early. Then started feeling better kept training. Now 4 days ago I think I may have pulled a muscle while twisting to pick up a package. The pain is just on the left side/back just at bottom of ribs. Trained arms the day it happened and made it worse now 3 days out of gym. Are there any organs in this area? I dont have any other symptoms just looking for some reassur5ance from someone that everythings cool. Again no other symtoms of any liver/kidney problem. Just the timing having had pain around the ribs at end of cycle is bad. Just hoping Im not growing cancer or anything with my Igf.

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    Sounds like you pulled a muscle.
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    I know you are supposed to stay away from pain killers during cycles of methylated orals, but is there anything you can take for pain that won't kill your liver?
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    Quote Originally Posted by arizonanewbie View Post
    I know you are supposed to stay away from pain killers during cycles of methylated orals, but is there anything you can take for pain that won't kill your liver?
    bump for that..
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    opiates. As long as there's no aceteminaphin(spelled wrong I know) or Ibuprofen in with it like percocets have aceteminaphen. Aspirin I'm not sure of tho' would have to check up on that. I think it's ok to take aspirin but def. don't quote me on that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arizonanewbie View Post
    is there anything you can take for pain that won't kill your liver?
    Marijuana.
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    Hmm, opiates or MJ. It's like being back in college...
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    you better stay in the gym and on that good, high cal diet....or you'll lose all your gains. this is the only time i'd tell someone to 'work through the pain.' but do so carefully, with exercises that are friendly to your slight injury. keep protein/bcaa's high and look into something that might have mending properties. i don't know much about it, but i heartell that cissus does something for that?
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