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    Help with Bpc 157 & TB500 Stack plz..

    Gday Brothers,
    Just wondering about this healing stack. I had hip surgery 5 months ago for Neck of Femur stress fracture fixed with immedullary nails. I am 9%bf at 94kg. I know tb500 5mg for 5 weeks loading but not sure about Bpc 157. Also say to inject locally IM, how you go about that for hip? Also got wrist and knee tendonitis. How would i got about locally with these sites, Sub Q and recommend dose for BPC 157? Trying to find answers but no luck.
    Cheers in advance...

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    Also 35 y/o

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    sarms.forsale sells both

    the bpc should be as close to the injury as possible
    the tb500 can be anywhere

    you will need to run it for 2-3 months to get the best benefits of healing.

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    if you need healing, these two are excellent for sure... i would look at the entire healing stack though as its the most complete and thorough you can find..

    https://sarms.forsale/product/healing-stack/




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    If you're injecting anywhere near hardware or a scar from hardware you run the risk of infecting that hardware regardless of sterile technique. Just be aware of that risk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crossfitterbro View Post
    Gday Brothers,
    Just wondering about this healing stack. I had hip surgery 5 months ago for Neck of Femur stress fracture fixed with immedullary nails. I am 9%bf at 94kg. I know tb500 5mg for 5 weeks loading but not sure about Bpc 157. Also say to inject locally IM, how you go about that for hip? Also got wrist and knee tendonitis. How would i got about locally with these sites, Sub Q and recommend dose for BPC 157? Trying to find answers but no luck.
    Cheers in advance...
    With your instance you're better off using TB, but when it comes to injuries that need local attention it can be very limited and on paper we would like to believe that almost everything and anything will fit under the spectrum with healing or have the potential with having the option.. when in reality that's not the case and there's just some injuries that you cannot address with this type of therapy. TB is very underestimated and it's probably all around the best solution for you..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crossfitterbro View Post
    Gday Brothers,
    Just wondering about this healing stack. I had hip surgery 5 months ago for Neck of Femur stress fracture fixed with immedullary nails. I am 9%bf at 94kg. I know tb500 5mg for 5 weeks loading but not sure about Bpc 157. Also say to inject locally IM, how you go about that for hip? Also got wrist and knee tendonitis. How would i got about locally with these sites, Sub Q and recommend dose for BPC 157? Trying to find answers but no luck.
    Cheers in advance...
    You should use it subQ where the belly fat lower abs is, don't inject around the surgery for now maybe some issues doing that.
    Dont just use bpc157 add some nutrobal mk677 and ostarine mk2866, both will help recover especially the osta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crossfitterbro View Post
    Gday Brothers,
    Just wondering about this healing stack. I had hip surgery 5 months ago for Neck of Femur stress fracture fixed with immedullary nails. I am 9%bf at 94kg. I know tb500 5mg for 5 weeks loading but not sure about Bpc 157. Also say to inject locally IM, how you go about that for hip? Also got wrist and knee tendonitis. How would i got about locally with these sites, Sub Q and recommend dose for BPC 157? Trying to find answers but no luck.
    Cheers in advance...
    bro sarms.forsale sell it

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    Are you also using any joint products? I use N2JointRX

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    You got it brother. Check out sarms.forsale they will have what you need

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