Dosing of Injectable BPC157 for knee pain

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I am considering buying injectable BPC157 for the main reason to be able to handle injuries and any major pains I may get, and I am wondering about the dosing and dosing frequency and possibly which needle would be optimal.

Thank you in advance anyone who replies, this is my first time posting on this forum so please correct me if I am incorrect about anything.
 
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There's no real definitive answer, the research shows 250-750mcg to be benificial.

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Thanks for your help Smont I've been lurking on these threads for a couple of months now and I've come to learn that you are very knowledgeable I appreciate your help whether indirect or direct.
 

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I am considering buying injectable BPC157 for the main reason to be able to handle injuries and any major pains I may get, and I am wondering about the dosing and dosing frequency and possibly which needle would be optimal.

Thank you in advance anyone who replies, this is my first time posting on this forum so please correct me if I am incorrect about anything.
I always used 500mcg and it seemed to speed up healing for my back/shoulder/pec injuries... Needle size though, where do you plan on injecting exactly? If you get anything smaller than 28g your needle length choices become limited to under 1/2" which would be fine to inject right above the knee so long as your not a fatty
 

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I am considering buying injectable BPC157 for the main reason to be able to handle injuries and any major pains I may get, and I am wondering about the dosing and dosing frequency and possibly which needle would be optimal.

Thank you in advance anyone who replies, this is my first time posting on this forum so please correct me if I am incorrect about anything.
I always used 500mcg and it seemed to speed up healing for my back/shoulder/pec injuries... Needle size though, where do you plan on injecting exactly? If you get anything smaller than 28g your needle length choices become limited to under 1/2" which would be fine to inject right above the knee so long as your not a fatty
 
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I always used 500mcg and it seemed to speed up healing for my back/shoulder/pec injuries... Needle size though, where do you plan on injecting exactly? If you get anything smaller than 28g your needle length choices become limited to under 1/2" which would be fine to inject right above the knee so long as your not a fatty
yeah I was planning on either injecting slightly above or below the knee cap. I'm not too sure about needle size if I'm able to use an insulin needle that would be preferable but right now i'm not too fussed about it, my main issue at the moment would be finding a reputable source to buy it from without having to worry about if its diluted or something. I apologize for the slow reply time and thank you for replying.
 
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I always used 500mcg and it seemed to speed up healing for my back/shoulder/pec injuries... Needle size though, where do you plan on injecting exactly? If you get anything smaller than 28g your needle length choices become limited to under 1/2" which would be fine to inject right above the knee so long as your not a fatty
there are 30g 1" needles on Amazon
 

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I found some insulin syringes on amazon I'll link them for you. I can't seem to find the actual needles tho maybe you can just buy them separately kinda weird tho
hopefully the link works if not just copy and paste.
Just brings up some oral syringes on my end lol... Maybe it's regional, but all that junk is legal for OTC purchase in Florida so idk why it wouldn't pop up for me
 
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Just brings up some oral syringes on my end lol... Maybe it's regional, but all that junk is legal for OTC purchase in Florida so idk why it wouldn't pop up for me
yeah I live in Australia so that would explain why its kinda out of whack and also why I'm trying to find a reputable source that ships here.
 

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yeah I live in Australia so that would explain why its kinda out of whack and also why I'm trying to find a reputable source that ships here.
Try med lab supply, I've gotten supplies there a bunch in the past. Only spot I use that has the option in the drop down menu for Australia, so maybe it'll work.... Shipping was not kind when I selected it though

 
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Damn don't you guys have Needle Exchange clinics?
 
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Try med lab supply, I've gotten supplies there a bunch in the past. Only spot I use that has the option in the drop down menu for Australia, so maybe it'll work.... Shipping was not kind when I selected it though

Yeah shipping costs are never kind when buying stuff from overseas but I'd rather have a reliable product then gamble on something. Thanks for the link FloridaMan
 
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I don't think so I mean if we do I haven't heard of one being mentioned ever but I'll look into it.
There are needle exchanges near me but I think it would be fairly difficult to be able to be able to access them, as in what reason I need them for but there's nothing lost in trying.
 

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Yeah shipping costs are never kind when buying stuff from overseas but I'd rather have a reliable product then gamble on something. Thanks for the link FloridaMan
No worries, hope they work out
 

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I had torn meniscus & cartilage in my knee....extremely extremely painful. I did 500mg of BPC and 1g of TB500 a day....all was healed after 10 wks of use. Both compounds are life savers in my book.
 
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I had torn meniscus & cartilage in my knee....extremely extremely painful. I did 500mg of BPC and 1g of TB500 a day....all was healed after 10 wks of use. Both compounds are life savers in my book.
I had similar and ran basically the same doses for a couple of 6 week cycles. It didn't heal the meniscus entirely in my case, and my cartilage was "fine", but it DID seem to help with a fractured femoral condyle (goddang kickboxing workouts). Took things from "omg just standing here hurts like a murf" to "well, I probably should not jog for more than 2 miles or I might get a little pain". In other words, significant improvement.

Was yours a blend?
 
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I had torn meniscus & cartilage in my knee....extremely extremely painful. I did 500mg of BPC and 1g of TB500 a day....all was healed after 10 wks of use. Both compounds are life savers in my book.
Holy crap man that's incredible that BPC worked for you to that degree.
 
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I had similar and ran basically the same doses for a couple of 6 week cycles. It didn't heal the meniscus entirely in my case, and my cartilage was "fine", but it DID seem to help with a fractured femoral condyle (goddang kickboxing workouts). Took things from "omg just standing here hurts like a murf" to "well, I probably should not jog for more than 2 miles or I might get a little pain". In other words, significant improvement.

Was yours a blend?
I've only heard great things about these two compounds, but has anyone had any type of side effects whether mild or series after using these compounds? Either way though the pros most likely overweight the cons.
 
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From everything I've read there really are no sides from BPC.. The TB, I don't know for sure.. I do know that in order to properly run TB, it gets expensive pretty quick.
 
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make sure to get enough collagen and protein when running regeneration peptides. if you don't have the blocks to build with, I don't think you'll heal
 

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I had similar and ran basically the same doses for a couple of 6 week cycles. It didn't heal the meniscus entirely in my case, and my cartilage was "fine", but it DID seem to help with a fractured femoral condyle (goddang kickboxing workouts). Took things from "omg just standing here hurts like a murf" to "well, I probably should not jog for more than 2 miles or I might get a little pain". In other words, significant improvement.

Was yours a blend?
Nope....just ran BPC 2x a day and TB500 1x at night 7 days a week. There are great deals on peptides so being to run these at higher levels isn't that expensive.
Holy crap man that's incredible that BPC worked for you to that degree.
Never failed me...stuff is incredible. I was in substantial pain to the point of not being able to sleep. Literally no issues with my knee anymore...not afraid to go all out.
 
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I've only heard great things about these two compounds, but has anyone had any type of side effects whether mild or series after using these compounds? Either way though the pros most likely overweight the cons.
I haven't had any noticeable cons and when I run the peps, I inevitably heal up other minor nagging injuries. I had a triceps issue that they cleared up, and a forearm issue at another time.

I should point out that the brand I have used the most labels their peps "For veterinary use only" rather than "for research use only". I realize that a mouse could starve on the difference in those terms, I just put it out there for completeness.

Also, I now count by stamping my feet and braying, but I'm sure that is unrelated.
 
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I've only heard great things about these two compounds, but has anyone had any type of side effects whether mild or series after using these compounds? Either way though the pros most likely overweight the cons.
I haven't done enough tb-500 to evaluate that one, but the main concern with healing peptides should be cancer growth. I recommend using anti-cancer supplements like b6 and curcumin with them (should do them anyways)


otherwise it might be possible that bpc-157 could make it hard to focus. the mechanism supposedly is related to serotonin and I don't think it happens to everyone
 
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I haven't done enough tb-500 to evaluate that one, but the main concern with healing peptides should be cancer growth. I recommend using anti-cancer supplements like b6 and curcumin with them (should do them anyways)


otherwise it might be possible that bpc-157 could make it hard to focus. the mechanism supposedly is related to serotonin and I don't think it happens to everyone
Alright thanks I'll add those to my supplement stack and maybe take a focus enhancing peptide if I get really bad focus issues but hopefully it won't be a major problem.
 

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