Best steroid for injury recovery?

Discussion in 'Steroid Forum' started by arronz, Jan 3, 2012.

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    arronz

    arronz Junior Member

    I have Chrondomalacia Patallae of my right knee. The only leg exercise i get are running with a knee strap,swimming and inverted squats. I really need to improve the strength in my right leg. My question is, is there a specific steroid that will help in bone/cartllage repair???

    Arron
     
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    Monkey72

    Monkey72 Junior Member

    Hi arronz,

    Personally, I did a lot of research on this as I underwent two surgeries last year - one for my neck (had 2 discs removed and a 4 disc 'cage' built for stenosis) and one for my back (had a lumbar fusion and cysts removed from 2 discs, as well as a laminectomy...also for stenosis). I was a bodybuilder before and didn't want to become a wreck from operations so I looked at testosterone and deca durabolin. The deca is the key since it helps rebuild bone, cartilage and tendon. It also acts like joint lube.

    I started 300 mg per week test and 150 mg per week nandrolone 1 month before the surgery and 10 months later I am finally tapering down due to blood pressure issues (it got a little high at the end). I healed amazingly fast and all the doctors pretty much know what happened but I can't admit anything. I am back to lifting over 100% of what I was when I went in, with some modifications, but not many. My first operation was in March and the 2nd in July. Between May and July I actually was forced to walk with a cane due to degradation.

    Now, be aware you can't just run deca alone unless you want a limp dick for a long time. Also, I realize that I am probably on TRT for life due to this stunt, even with weekly hcg injections. However, my wife watched me heal and defy expectaions, so both of us are happy. Also, keep an eye on your bloodwork, especially liver function, lipids and red blood cell count. You may generate too many red blood cells for your own good...this almost cost me one surgery since it was just above range.

    Anyway, just for stats before surgery I was 5'11" 210, with 16% BF. Now I am almost 6', 215 with 15% BF. I started lifting again 6 weeks after my back surgery at 60% of my best. Be careful with what you do, but research deca...it works.

    Monkey
     
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    Bill Roberts

    Bill Roberts Steroid Forum Leader

    If there is a value to Deca, not better done by other anabolic steroids, it is this.

    It should not at all be considered a miracle healing agent to be relied on in most cases, but sometimes good things happen.

    I agree with what Monkey72 clearly must have concluded, given his choice, that it does not take high dosage; also that nandrolone alone will probably be unsatisfactory for libido; and also that extended use will probably give significant problem in recovering natural T production.

    However, with the dosage of Deca being kept this modest, I'd be more surprised at it proving impossible to recovery natural T production than at it being successfully done.

    But on the specific question of whether it can help chondromalacia patallae, I don't know and have doubt.

    In some cases chiropractic adjustment of the knee by an actually good chiropractor, massage or ultrasound work, with sometimes also orthotics and/or specific exercises being needed to correct imbalance.

    Generally there is a cause for the irritation, and addressing this is more important than medicating.
     
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    Monkey72

    Monkey72 Junior Member

    Actually Bill, you make a good point. Knocking the irritation out would be most important. For me, it was surgery or I would become paralyzed soon via an accident or fall. I have noticed that injuries like rotator cuff problems heal in a week or two with deca and not a month or two. I just had a rotator cuff strain heal in two weeks.

    Anyway, I am happy to know I could get my normal function back since my dose was modest. I researched old mayo clinic articles before hormones got demonized and some mentioned using deca for back surgery healing. However, their doses were small next to bodybuilding doses, so I went on the high end of their research. I am obviously pleased with the results, and the deca has even helped heal scarring. You can't even tell my neck was cut open and my back, while the scar remains, is very light now.

    I'll be honest, I may just miss the stuff. It's not a miracle, but it sure did help!

    Take care and thanks,
    Monkey
     
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    On point and it works. I used similar doses to recover from 2 seperate injuries and 3 rhinoplasties. My Drs. watched in amazement as to the rapid rate of healing and recovery. I actually shared with 2 of them as to what I was using and they were simply impressed, but also aggrevated that they couldn't simply use the same Gear for other patients.

    Good Luck!

    Get Gear! Do Work!
     
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    Jtsmith256

    Jtsmith256 Junior Member

    I know this thread is old but could anything heal an exertion headache? (Blood vessels and maybe muscle, etc.) I have dbol and test about to arrive
     
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    Milk Man

    Milk Man Well-Known Member

    You want to use steroids to help with your headache? Come on man...
     
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    Big_paul

    Big_paul Awesome Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    Only time bro. I wouldn't use more than a trt dose. You just have to let your body heal. There is no other way.
     
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    guyzcool

    guyzcool Well-Known Member

    Aas are not healing agents and they are not fat loss agents. Now hgh may help with injury recovery. But as for aas, how can you expect to workout on such a high level if you're recovering from an injury....
     
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    Jtsmith256

    Jtsmith256 Junior Member

    Idk man Idk..it sucks. I'm not getting aas for my headache obviously, I was just curious if it would help heal it. Exertion headaches take a long time to heal. I'm nervous jumping on gear not even able to hit the gym 100%
     
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    Skull

    Skull Well-Known Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    Lol this post was from back in 2012 Big Paul:D I dont think hes going to respond:p but I like the way you helped him anyways;):cool: The newest question was asked an brpught this thread back into existence was by @Jtsmith256 ^^^^ Seems he wants to find a steriod to help heal his headache:confused:or some shit:rolleyes:
     
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    guyzcool

    guyzcool Well-Known Member

    I would say ibuprofen, that's the best steroid around
     
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    Skull

    Skull Well-Known Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    Our family doc said this is the strongest over the counter pain reliver available that can be used for any aches or pains. Get the one that says extra strenght. But what does he know???? Hes jus a Doctor lol..... 20160626_112413.jpg
     
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    guyzcool

    guyzcool Well-Known Member

    Right. It's almost as if when you use acetaminophen with an nsaid, and give it a mild stimulant it cures headaches
    ... crazy
     
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    RandallNowan

    RandallNowan Well-Known Member

    LSD cures migraines and maybe cluster headaches.
     
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    Milk Man

    Milk Man Well-Known Member

    Dont confuse the guy anymore than he already is. He wants steroids to heal his headache, going to use steroids but cant go to the gym. Your gonna have him buying some LSD. Next he is gonna be making a thread on how to use a Limited Slip Differential in order to do squats for him. :D LOL
     
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    RandallNowan

    RandallNowan Well-Known Member

    Or a Mormon? ;)
     
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    guyzcool

    guyzcool Well-Known Member

    I uhhh, actually heard that 8 ounces of bleach in the morninh boostes your metabolism and makes you loose a ton of weight!
     
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    Jtsmith256

    Jtsmith256 Junior Member

    No no that's not the purpose of me doing aas. I was just curious if this would help as a bonus. I heard certain ones help with certain pains. I'm doing the shit regardless so lol. I can hit the gym too. I'm healthy but I'm suffering from that exertion headache Bullshit. Worked out for awhile before it happened again so I was just curious.i obviously know normal ways to help this..
     
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    guyzcool

    guyzcool Well-Known Member

    AAS aren't pain relievers....
     

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