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minor lower pec strain(tear) self diagnosed

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it is that at part of the muscle that attaches directly to sternum/ribcage..

it is a pound size , like a hole in the lower pec on palpation..

seems visible at certain angles inthe mirror.. strange with this type of tear is it looks less obvious if contracted..

what can I do about it? healing peptides? exercise rehab ? what exercises? tried EMS,but does not seem to do anything really and holding contractions..

it looks a bit (but not sure) like Markus ruhl's pec tear at sternum..

want to heal it asap?

what peptides may or will work?
 

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well will it show anything more than what I already identified? it is at the muscle origin points connecting to the ribcage/sternum and not from the tendon

I will try to get MRI
 

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You need an MRI to tell what it is first, then a course of treatment can be given. If it is a torn muscle, there is not much to do except rest.
I tore my pec muscle when I was younger and benched heavy, a month off upper body and started back light. I do still have a little indent where it tore but that's part of the game.
 

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I tore my right pec minor tendon completely off the bone. Now I just have one
 

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You need an MRI to tell what it is first, then a course of treatment can be given. If it is a torn muscle, there is not much to do except rest.
I tore my pec muscle when I was younger and benched heavy, a month off upper body and started back light. I do still have a little indent where it tore but that's part of the game.

where did you tear it?

mine just seems to be torn.. I will try to get MRI but don't think it will tell me something I don't know.. coin sized tear.. at the lower part of the muscle origin.. don't know how to heal it..

what exercises/peptides may or will be of any use?
not really looking for the passive recovery route if such exist,but an active-aggressive one.. did a ton of research before I asked
 
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Without an MRI you "don't know" anything. Your guess from reading on the internet is most likely wrong. I have torn alot of things in my 35+ years of bodybuilding, if yours is a muscle tear there is little you can do surgery wise (but rest and let it heal). If it is a tendon, you would want to know real soon as surgery may be needed and best if done ASAP. I tore my quad tendon completely when I fell about 9 years ago, I didn't know I tore the quad tendon as I was on crutches for 8 months. When I finally had it diagnosed, no ortho dr would touch me. I was lucky to find a daring doctor in NYC that took on the task of reattaching it (almost 2 years ago). I still am not close to 100% because of the long wait. My point, don't guess, you may regret it later if it is not what you think it is and it doesn't heal properly. At least get a doctors opinion if you need an MRI or just rest.
 

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