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Whaddup AM peepers!

I decided to give MA Research’s BPC-157 a go on my own dime. I have researched BPC-157 extensively from 4 other companies. It is an amazing research ingredient but quality is hit or miss in this market. After discussing this topic with Mike Arnold, I decided to give this a whirl based on his passionate responses about providing the best purity and quality he can. This will most likely be a short log as legit BPC only takes a week or two at most to be noticed. My test subject has a severe case of tendinitis(golfer’s elbow) . Generally, with good BPC I should be able to note improvement in the Tsub’s disposition within a week. Today is day 3 of administration. Follow along. Input and questions are always welcome here. Cheers.
 
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I ordered using a CC which was nice:). I got the research supplies very quickly. It was 3 days after ordering off the website IIRC. Mike Arnold stated that his products have a 99.5 HPLC purity or higher and included a copy of test results as you can see below. The packaging was fine. The lypophylized disc was dislodged from the bottom of the vial initially but otherwise intact.
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I used a brand new vial of Bacteriostatic water to reconstitute with 3 ml. I am administering 250 mcg daily to the Tsub subcutaneously with a 1/2” 29 guage slin pin near the painful area.
 
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I used a brand new vial of Bacteriostatic water to reconstitute with 3 ml. I am administering 250 mcg daily to the Tsub subcutaneously with a 1/2” 29 guage slin pin near the painful area.
must be thin stuff to use a 29 gauge...i'd never get my test thru that, lol.
 
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must be thin stuff to use a 29 gauge...i'd never get my test thru that, lol.
Yeah bacteriostatic water is nothing to push through. I have tried test e through a slin pin and it is tough as hell. No thanks. I don’t care what Tony Huge says;)
 
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I administered 250 mcg yesterday and 250 mcg x 2 today for a total of 500 mcg. The Tsub reported a fairly significant reduction in perceived pain today. Approximately 50% versus the previous 3 days.
 
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A little background on this injury:

On Dec 22nd, 2017, the Test subject endured nearly 3.5 hours of intense resistance training over two sessions in one day. Also, the subject attended a Christmas party later that evening and researched various alcoholic concoctions for strength, purity, and effects;). The next morning the Tsub reported intense radiating pain in the elbow upon waking. Even grasping a pencil was uncomfortable. Since that time this researcher has followed 2 week on 1 week off protocols with BPC-157 from 2 different brands with very little improvement. Doses have ranged from 250-1000 mcg daily(one of these brands was researched before with success in the past). Physical therapy exercises have also been used frequently.
 
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Yeah bacteriostatic water is nothing to push through. I have tried test e through a slin pin and it is tough as hell. No thanks. I don’t care what Tony Huge says;)
I hear ya...I don't know about test e all I've ever used is test cyp---wouldn't even try to get that thru 29g!!!
 
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A little background on this injury:

On Dec 22nd, 2017, the Test subject endured nearly 3.5 hours of intense resistance training over two sessions in one day. Also, the subject attended a Christmas party later that evening and researched various alcoholic concoctions for strength, purity, and effects;). The next morning the Tsub reported intense radiating pain in the elbow upon waking. Even grasping a pencil was uncomfortable. Since that time this researcher has followed 2 week on 1 week off protocols with BPC-157 from 2 different brands with very little improvement. Doses have ranged from 250-1000 mcg daily(one of these brands was researched before with success in the past). Physical therapy exercises have also been used frequently.
sorry to hear it isn't working for your test subject....pain is not fun!!!
 
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sorry to hear it isn't working for your test subject....pain is not fun!!!
No kidding brother. Every day is arm day yet I can’t curl:(. Even pressing is somewhat uncomfortable. If this last course of BPC doesn’t help I guess I’ll have to stop upper body training for quite a while. Hopefully it doesn’t come to that though.
 
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No kidding brother. Every day is arm day yet I can’t curl:(. Even pressing is somewhat uncomfortable. If this last course of BPC doesn’t help I guess I’ll have to stop upper body training for quite a while. Hopefully it doesn’t come to that though.
yes, it sucks...I haven't been able to properly train legs for going on 2 years now...But, in around 2-3 months things will be different, I just got a new knee, lol!!!

when I played tennis all the time I would get tennis elbow occasionally and the band around forearm helped....now I see a lot of tennis players wearing a sleeve from shoulder to wrist, you might look into that!!!
 
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I think yesterday was day 6. Still administering 250 mcg daily. Sometimes half inside elbow and half outside. Other times all in one spot. Pain reduction is still around 50%. Heavy deadlift and some light finishing sets on biceps have the test subject reporting mild inflammation and discomfort today.
 
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I finished up the BPC research about two days ago. Around day 4 the subject’s pain level at the injury site was reduced approximately 50%. At that point I doubled the dosage to 500 mcg split twice daily. Around day 8 pain was completely absent, although bicep curling was still irritating for the subject. Total run time of 10 days. The interesting thing is that after two days off of MAResearch BPC I decided to use up a vial of another brand of BPC I had previously used with no success. And after two days of use the subject’s pain suddenly returned with a vengeance and also had significant bruising around the injection site. Needless to say, I tossed out that bunk vial of god knows what. The pain still sucks but I plan to get some more MAR BPC asap. Bottom line: MAResearch BPC-157 was good quality and worked.
 
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I finished up the BPC research about two days ago. Around day 4 the subject’s pain level at the injury site was reduced approximately 50%. At that point I doubled the dosage to 500 mcg split twice daily. Around day 8 pain was completely absent, although bicep curling was still irritating for the subject. Total run time of 10 days. The interesting thing is that after two days off of MAResearch BPC I decided to use up a vial of another brand of BPC I had previously used with no success. And after two days of use the subject’s pain suddenly returned with a vengeance and also had significant bruising around the injection site. Needless to say, I tossed out that bunk vial of god knows what. The pain still sucks but I plan to get some more MAR BPC asap. Bottom line: MAResearch BPC-157 was good quality and worked.
Thank you for your research man!
 
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Thank you for your research man!
No problemo. I actually ordered more around 3 pm yesterday and received order confirmation and tracking info around 10 pm. And I threw out the junk I had that effed me up. I’ll update again if this new batch does the trick again. I’m sure it will.
 
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I’ve been on the bpc for almost a week now, and no relief. Where are you shooting for elbow pain? I’ve had tennis elbow for months now that won’t get better, but the skin is pretty thin around the elbows. I did sub q in the tricep area a few times, and in the stomach with hopes that it works systemically. Can’t bring myself to go into the elbow since there’s no fat and tons of veins
 
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I’ve been on the bpc for almost a week now, and no relief. Where are you shooting for elbow pain? I’ve had tennis elbow for months now that won’t get better, but the skin is pretty thin around the elbows. I did sub q in the tricep area a few times, and in the stomach with hopes that it works systemically. Can’t bring myself to go into the elbow since there’s no fat and tons of veins
I don’t worry about pinching up a ball to inject into. I just angle the slin pin at 45 degrees and stop before I hit muscle. My arms are lean so I can see enough to avoid veins. I inject on the outside of the arm/elbow where it bends.
 

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