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What do you do/use to help your joints?

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Hey everyone. I'd like to start out by saying I've been hanging around this site for a few months and have found it extremely helpful. A lot of the people here really know their stuff and it shows. I'm hoping I can chime in now and then. :D

Since 2006 though I've had a few surgeries and two specifically due to elbow and shoulder joint problems. I'm 29 and going on 50 it seems. I've used all sorts of joint supports...fish oil (still my most effective means of relief), cissus, GC & MSM, and a couple other blends and nothing seems to help. One thing I noted however was that when running Halodrol, I felt great and had no pain whatsoever. Do any of you have similar experiences and if so, with what? I am a physical therapist and very familiar with kinesiology/anatomy so I am confident my issue is with tendonosis.

I'm getting ready for a run with Dbol and Test E and I was wondering if the Test E will help with joint support (collagen?). At this point I've rebuilt my shoulder to handle decent weights again but I'm trying to stay out from under the knife for as long as possible. Any help would be great. Thanks!
 

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Hey everyone. I'd like to start out by saying I've been hanging around this site for a few months and have found it extremely helpful. A lot of the people here really know their stuff and it shows. I'm hoping I can chime in now and then. :D

Since 2006 though I've had a few surgeries and two specifically due to elbow and shoulder joint problems. I'm 29 and going on 50 it seems. I've used all sorts of joint supports...fish oil (still my most effective means of relief), cissus, GC & MSM, and a couple other blends and nothing seems to help. One thing I noted however was that when running Halodrol, I felt great and had no pain whatsoever. Do any of you have similar experiences and if so, with what? I am a physical therapist and very familiar with kinesiology/anatomy so I am confident my issue is with tendonosis.

I'm getting ready for a run with Dbol and Test E and I was wondering if the Test E will help with joint support (collagen?). At this point I've rebuilt my shoulder to handle decent weights again but I'm trying to stay out from under the knife for as long as possible. Any help would be great. Thanks!
Add 150-200mg deca per week into your cycle. You will feel like a new person.
 

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Thanks for the advice. Do you feel that the deca actually makes a physiological change or just a better feeling? I'm all for "feeling" great but at the same time I'd rather not be masking more potential damage. At this point I know which pain feelings are normal and which are bad news. :banghead:
 

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