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Healing Stack experiment

flex22

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I’ve had lots of injuries/surgeries over the last 5 years and my most recent battle I’m struggling with is extreme pain in my right leg. It’s goes between either my sciatic nerve going up my whole leg like a lightning bolt or my hamstring which I had a slight tear in while at work. So I’m trying an experiment to see if this healing combo I assembled helps at all. I would love to hear feedback, specifically on the peptides part of the stack but any advice is helpful as well.
Tb-500: wk 1-4: 5mg split into 2 shots
wk: 5-8 2.5mg wk
Gh: 4-6iu daily
Igf-Lr3: Wk 1-4 100mcg daily

Sust 270: 540mg week
Npp 200: 300mg week
Mast eth 200: 300mg week
 
If you truly have an issue with your sciatic nerve then supplements and peptides aren't going to help.

I had serious issues there early in my lifting career, to the point that nerve damage has made my left leg smaller than the right. Time off lifting and rehab exercises are the best non-surgical route to repair.
 
If you truly have an issue with your sciatic nerve then supplements and peptides aren't going to help.

I had serious issues there early in my lifting career, to the point that nerve damage has made my left leg smaller than the right. Time off lifting and rehab exercises are the best non-surgical route to repair.
I agree 100% - any peptides will not help here only work with a physiotherapist and if that doesn't work the only option is surgery
 
I’ve had lots of injuries/surgeries over the last 5 years and my most recent battle I’m struggling with is extreme pain in my right leg. It’s goes between either my sciatic nerve going up my whole leg like a lightning bolt or my hamstring which I had a slight tear in while at work. So I’m trying an experiment to see if this healing combo I assembled helps at all. I would love to hear feedback, specifically on the peptides part of the stack but any advice is helpful as well.
Tb-500: wk 1-4: 5mg split into 2 shots
wk: 5-8 2.5mg wk
Gh: 4-6iu daily
Igf-Lr3: Wk 1-4 100mcg daily

Sust 270: 540mg week
Npp 200: 300mg week
Mast eth 200: 300mg week
The problem is that...you dont know what the problem is.
Just because you have pain, doesnt mean that all the healing peptides in the world are gonna do anything for you.
The VAST majority of these are for tissue injuries...torn _____, ruptured ______. You kinda have no idea wtf you have.
If anything, it sounds like a nerve issue from that ham tear.
 
I’ve had lots of injuries/surgeries over the last 5 years and my most recent battle I’m struggling with is extreme pain in my right leg. It’s goes between either my sciatic nerve going up my whole leg like a lightning bolt or my hamstring which I had a slight tear in while at work. So I’m trying an experiment to see if this healing combo I assembled helps at all. I would love to hear feedback, specifically on the peptides part of the stack but any advice is helpful as well.
Tb-500: wk 1-4: 5mg split into 2 shots
wk: 5-8 2.5mg wk
Gh: 4-6iu daily
Igf-Lr3: Wk 1-4 100mcg daily

Sust 270: 540mg week
Npp 200: 300mg week
Mast eth 200: 300mg week
No supplement is going to heal your back problem. I’d be thinking more in terms of what exercises should I avoid.
 
Welll I see and u derstand everything everyone saying and I mentioned just my most recent nagging injury . But my other major issues is my elbows and pec tear I had years ago but no surgery. In regards to what everyone’s talking about I’m about 90% sure what it is and it’s not something I’m willing to do.
I was born with the worst possible case of flat feet and overpronation. And because of the two combined my body weight is constantly shifting in my feet while standing or walking. I’ve dealt with the pain my entire life and now that I’m older the flare ups are even worse. But both docs and surgeons told me the knot way to fix it is called “the all American surgery” . If you look it up and what it is and does I’m no longer at an age where I can afford to go through a surgery both that serious and long term. And there’s also the chance of it not even working. I work at a hospital now and so im around doctors everyday and I’ve spoken to multiple docs and even one NP who actually had the surgery because he arches collapsed after her 2nd child and she got the surgery. When she seen my feet she said “even after my arches collapsed they still didn’t look as bad as yours”. So its something I’ve lived with my whole life and am just dealing with. So I have at least convinced my job to let me wear sneakers that are comfortable for my feet instead of then issued boots and perform at home therapy work in my feet but it’s an ongoing battle .
 
Welll I see and u derstand everything everyone saying and I mentioned just my most recent nagging injury . But my other major issues is my elbows and pec tear I had years ago but no surgery. In regards to what everyone’s talking about I’m about 90% sure what it is and it’s not something I’m willing to do.
I was born with the worst possible case of flat feet and overpronation. And because of the two combined my body weight is constantly shifting in my feet while standing or walking. I’ve dealt with the pain my entire life and now that I’m older the flare ups are even worse. But both docs and surgeons told me the knot way to fix it is called “the all American surgery” . If you look it up and what it is and does I’m no longer at an age where I can afford to go through a surgery both that serious and long term. And there’s also the chance of it not even working. I work at a hospital now and so im around doctors everyday and I’ve spoken to multiple docs and even one NP who actually had the surgery because he arches collapsed after her 2nd child and she got the surgery. When she seen my feet she said “even after my arches collapsed they still didn’t look as bad as yours”. So its something I’ve lived with my whole life and am just dealing with. So I have at least convinced my job to let me wear sneakers that are comfortable for my feet instead of then issued boots and perform at home therapy work in my feet but it’s an ongoing battle .
Still utilizing caveman 1.0 software? Did you miss the arched foot human update? Jk bro I have flat feet too. Custom inserts /orthopedics
 
I didn’t even realize u til a couple weeks ago my gf asked me why I was shaking while doing the dishes. She figured I was in some type of stimulant or coffee. I said no it’s cause something as small as my kitchen floor not being completely level and me standing still for so long throws my weight and balance off and so my body compensates for it however it can . I’m not sure if this jus making sense to people unless they have a similiar issue but because its the base of your body it affects everything. And then surgery is breaking all the bones in ur feet and rebuilding them. “Surgery isn’t guantareed” and then you can’t walk for 4-6 months. Then your using a walker leaning to walk again for another 6 months. I can’t afford to be outta work that long or wanna risk it not even working
 
I’m way way pass those my friend I’ve tried every single option you can think about.
 
Sounds like the only option is what you said: having the bones broken in your foot, rebuilt and learning to walk again. Sorry to read that. That’s tough news for anyone. Unfortunately the compounds you listed wouldn’t help with this. At least I can’t imagine how they would help you. Maybe with your various other tissue injuries but not this flat footed thing. Hope you get better
 
Sciatica is often from the nerve catching or impinging on a disc or bulge. You need to let the inflammation calm down
This. It’s entirely possible your let issue is actually a spine issue. Absolutely worth checking on.

For the pec tear, your protocol should help a bit. Personally when I tore mine, I leaned into active rehab hard and used light exercise of the muscle. Worked great. This really only works if you start it the day of/next day after the injury at latest.

Since you’re past that, try your protocol out and make sure you gently exercise the muscle daily bro keep blood flow active in the tissue.
 
I didn’t even realize u til a couple weeks ago my gf asked me why I was shaking while doing the dishes. She figured I was in some type of stimulant or coffee. I said no it’s cause something as small as my kitchen floor not being completely level and me standing still for so long throws my weight and balance off and so my body compensates for it however it can . I’m not sure if this jus making sense to people unless they have a similiar issue but because its the base of your body it affects everything. And then surgery is breaking all the bones in ur feet and rebuilding them. “Surgery isn’t guantareed” and then you can’t walk for 4-6 months. Then your using a walker leaning to walk again for another 6 months. I can’t afford to be outta work that long or wanna risk it not even working
dude this makes exact sense, i have the same issue standing too long, I shift my weight to one hip then another like an obese person may. my L4 L5 starts fatuiging first / low back. then ABS. I have a broken left ankle that never got surgery or braced and my balance on my left side sucks, I cant lean on the ball of my left foot or tip over. Girlfriends used to give me a hard time. I Think the balance issues started with head injuries. I had 3 concussions by the time I was 14 in football . my equilibrium has been off worse since TBI . hope it works out for u homey. sometimes it knocks the wind out of me when everything tenses up I have to lay down
 
Like you mentioned it’s actually standing in place that is the worst torture. I have so much medical history revolving around my feet not a single branch in the military would even let me join, and that was way back in 2005 when they were taking everyone. I literally begged because I was already by that time 3 yrs into my road of heavy addiction and was praying if I could just join I could start fresh, have a career path etc. And then they seen my medical history which started with seeing a foot doc specialist(pediatrist)for almost 10yrs as a kid . Which is when the surgery thing first came up. But my parents didn’t want to do it. Then when I got into sports in middle/high school I was in the tub every nite and icing my feet after every practice. After sports I jus dealt with the pain and always wore inserts and the best usually most (expensive) sneaker I could to get through the pain. After the military shot me down my addiction got worse and worse and rapid speed. And it wasn’t until I found this life style that I was able to find a hobby I could replace my old life style with . And then kids house and life moved in. So I have a lot to be grateful for. I just honestly didn’t expect my feet stuff to affect my everyday living as much as it does. I do have good days but then I also have terribly painful days and it leads to all types of aches and pins throughout my whole body
 
I know the TB500 wasn’t gonna fix that because it’s bone and nerve related. I’m just really hoping it helps with my pec tear which I did rehab myself and after a little over a year gained anout 75% of my strength back. But then I snapped my tricep tendon and had surgery and I used high doses growth during the recovery and it worked wonders. So much to the point my first day in rehab when they first evaluate your flexibility and strength I was already at the 6 week mark. So the PT sent me back home because he had to make a new plan up with my surgeon/doc. But I still have pains in the elbows and shoulders and after the tendon surgery even after 2+ years my strength only ever came back like 55% what is was previously. So hopefully maybe this will help and also help with my ham . My workout are now mostly unilateral exercises so I can make sure the opposite limb doesn’t compensate for the weaker one. So I’ll see if it made any difference in 4-8 weeks. I can say I am at least pleased from a visual standpoint things look pretty even . The only obv body part you can notice is my left pec because of the tear but i have to accept that which is easier said then done
 

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