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Whats going on guys! I am going to give you all the lowdown on my current situation and what my options are moving forward! Thanks ahead for the long read!!

I am a professional combat athlete that has fought at the highest level in my field. I am currently 35 years old. I had an osteochondral fracture in my left knee which was surgically repaired when I was 16 years old. Due to that injury & surgery I have always had issues with my range of motion. But had no issues competing and training. Later on in life I tore my Meniscus in the same knee & i had it surgically repaired, recovered and was competing and training without issue.

So I would say 6-8 months ago I was starting to feel swelling and issues with range of motion in my left knee. I was advised to start taking BPC-157 & TB-500. I started taking it and I would say my swelling and pain pretty much went away. I was in a training camp and was hoping just by taking these peptides I would be able to go all the way to the fight without issue. To my surprise it did a great job at accomplishing that & I felt amazing going into that fight.

Unfortunately, in that fight a minute in I tore my ACL in my right knee with a freak accident position grappling and that ended my night. So I continued to take BPC-157 & TB-500 all the way up to the fight and continued taking it for another 4 weeks until I ran out of them.

After getting the MRI it was found that I had a full/partial ACL tear. So it was possibly just hanging on by a thread (and why it hurt so god damn much in the moment, I have strong ass legs lol) But yeah I was just under the impression that I would be having surgery and should just strengthen my legs and take it easy until then.

Months go by as we all know with our American healthcare system. I had purchased more Peptides in anticipation for the surgery so that as soon as it was repaired I could start the recovery process with peptides and strong legs.

I spoke with my surgeon after 4 months of waiting and she told me to test out my knee. I had just been doing compound lifts. No athletic movements barely anything. I was annoyed that things were not moving forward but figured I would test it out as I even started to feel I was never hurt or the damn ACL somehow healed miraculously.

I tested it out in various rounds of sparring and had no issues with my torn ACL knee, only thing now is my left knee is starting to hurt and I am having issues with range of motion. It wont hurt me during training but more so during day to day i can really feel it. It stops me from training hard on consecutive days as I need 24-48 hours for the knee to recover.

So here is the situation, part of me feels like that I might not need to have ACL surgery, but at the same time I am not sure if its going to affect me in competition. Now with my left knee I am thinking of just running peptides again to see if there will be any improvements. I am sort of at a crossroads and I am just looking for any advice or protocols that maybe someone would recommend me? My goal is to fight in the second half of the year, ideally.

Thanks again for reading & looking forward to your advice!
 

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UPDATE: Been 3 days since I have been back on the peptides, I went hard in the gym yesterday with some isolated single leg squats and after training I could feel quite some pain and discomfort in my left knee as the day progressed. Slept and woke up today and the knee does feel 80% better which is a great sign. Just hoping these peptides can do a job clearing up my left knee!
 
UPDATE: Been 3 days since I have been back on the peptides, I went hard in the gym yesterday with some isolated single leg squats and after training I could feel quite some pain and discomfort in my left knee as the day progressed. Slept and woke up today and the knee does feel 80% better which is a great sign. Just hoping these peptides can do a job clearing up my left knee!
Let them work. Def lay off leg training for a bit.
 
Whats going on guys! I am going to give you all the lowdown on my current situation and what my options are moving forward! Thanks ahead for the long read!!

I am a professional combat athlete that has fought at the highest level in my field. I am currently 35 years old. I had an osteochondral fracture in my left knee which was surgically repaired when I was 16 years old. Due to that injury & surgery I have always had issues with my range of motion. But had no issues competing and training. Later on in life I tore my Meniscus in the same knee & i had it surgically repaired, recovered and was competing and training without issue.

So I would say 6-8 months ago I was starting to feel swelling and issues with range of motion in my left knee. I was advised to start taking BPC-157 & TB-500. I started taking it and I would say my swelling and pain pretty much went away. I was in a training camp and was hoping just by taking these peptides I would be able to go all the way to the fight without issue. To my surprise it did a great job at accomplishing that & I felt amazing going into that fight.

Unfortunately, in that fight a minute in I tore my ACL in my right knee with a freak accident position grappling and that ended my night. So I continued to take BPC-157 & TB-500 all the way up to the fight and continued taking it for another 4 weeks until I ran out of them.

After getting the MRI it was found that I had a full/partial ACL tear. So it was possibly just hanging on by a thread (and why it hurt so god damn much in the moment, I have strong ass legs lol) But yeah I was just under the impression that I would be having surgery and should just strengthen my legs and take it easy until then.

Months go by as we all know with our American healthcare system. I had purchased more Peptides in anticipation for the surgery so that as soon as it was repaired I could start the recovery process with peptides and strong legs.

I spoke with my surgeon after 4 months of waiting and she told me to test out my knee. I had just been doing compound lifts. No athletic movements barely anything. I was annoyed that things were not moving forward but figured I would test it out as I even started to feel I was never hurt or the damn ACL somehow healed miraculously.

I tested it out in various rounds of sparring and had no issues with my torn ACL knee, only thing now is my left knee is starting to hurt and I am having issues with range of motion. It wont hurt me during training but more so during day to day i can really feel it. It stops me from training hard on consecutive days as I need 24-48 hours for the knee to recover.

So here is the situation, part of me feels like that I might not need to have ACL surgery, but at the same time I am not sure if its going to affect me in competition. Now with my left knee I am thinking of just running peptides again to see if there will be any improvements. I am sort of at a crossroads and I am just looking for any advice or protocols that maybe someone would recommend me? My goal is to fight in the second half of the year, ideally.

Thanks again for reading & looking forward to your advice!
UPDATE: Been 3 days since I have been back on the peptides, I went hard in the gym yesterday with some isolated single leg squats and after training I could feel quite some pain and discomfort in my left knee as the day progressed. Slept and woke up today and the knee does feel 80% better which is a great sign. Just hoping these peptides can do a job clearing up my left knee!
@RoySimpson great log start I like it.

can you share your training with us as you go please? what you do etc
and hows your diet please share?

how about supplements you take?

I would say now, maybe you can recover with peptides but if ACL surgery is there pep use will lessen sides.
 
I would start taking hgh and make sure you use collagen peptides daily.

Also something I have fond that helps my knees are to walk backwards on a treadmill 1 min at a time while doing my 60 min fasted treadmill sessions. I just go 1 min every 9 min so I get 6 times per session. Really can feel it building strength around the knee.
 
as frustrating as it is I've noticed over the years that you will just spin your wheels going from Doctor to doctor

you really have to find a very good sports doctor who specializes in dealing with specifically athletes

the problem with medicine is that it's not a black and white thing and we see this all the time even at the professional level with athletes where some will blow out their ACL and come back stronger than ever and some will do it and never come back

but to give you the best chance always go with the best doctor example Tom Brady when he had his ACL didn't go up to some doctor that was in his insurance book he went to the best doctor in the world
 
I don't think that you'll get good results training on a torn ligament
I would be careful and seek the guidance of a quality Dr
 
make sure that you are checking in and letting us know how things improve
just don't tear the whole thing and need an expensive surgery
 
bros at your age it's hard to come back from these types of injuries 100%
you may have to just learn to train around it
 
very sorry to hear this news
known you for a long time Roy and I hate hearing about these types of injuries
 
monstro says you're still young enough where you can make a comeback
I think that you should be okay
 
hopefully these peptides can speed up recovery
I'm not sure if you'll have an amazing comeback but you could improve a lot
 
anytime you have soft tissue injuries they are a pain in the ass
I still think you're a young enough where you have a chance
 
anytime you have soft tissue injuries they are a pain in the ass
I still think you're a young enough where you have a chance
I think you’re right
 
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