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    AI and injury?


    Im just wondering if an AI could mess with my shoulder injury and recovery.

    Ive been out for about 8 months now and can only work out legs. Getting kinda bored so decided to run some topical 6 oxo. Was gonna start it today but wanna check with ppl first.

    Im probably gonna get an MRI next week then maybe surgery after that. I probably woudlnt have surgery for a month and im only running 6 oxo for a month

    Could this possibly be a bad idea?

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    bump for you warbird! I don't know the answer but want to make sure you do get an answer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMyth View Post
    bump for you warbird! I don't know the answer but want to make sure you do get an answer!
    Thanks man. I already had to get off XF a while ago cause didint want to risk the inflammation issues
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    Quote Originally Posted by warbird01 View Post
    Im just wondering if an AI could mess with my shoulder injury and recovery.

    Ive been out for about 8 months now and can only work out legs. Getting kinda bored so decided to run some topical 6 oxo. Was gonna start it today but wanna check with ppl first.

    Im probably gonna get an MRI next week then maybe surgery after that. I probably woudlnt have surgery for a month and im only running 6 oxo for a month

    Could this possibly be a bad idea?

    Thanks
    My main concern with that would be the AI drying your joints out. May or may not happen depending on dose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UNCnate View Post
    My main concern with that would be the AI drying your joints out. May or may not happen depending on dose.
    Yeah, i was thiking that. But my problem is rotator cuffs not joints so im gonna go ahead and start and if i hear anything otherwise then ill stop

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    AI always gives me dry joints
  

  
 

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