I tore 3 ligaments in my wrist and will undergo surgery to reattach them to the bone. My question is, how much will hgh really help in recovery? The dr says its going to take 2 months to recover then about another month or so before I can do anything strenuous with it. I want my recovery to be quick so I can get back to my normal everyday life. I've been doing some reading on it and it seems that 2iu ed is recommended for recovery. I'm not wanting to use it for anything else. What do you guys with experience think? 30 5'6" 176. I have many aas cycles under my belt but no experience with hgh or peps. Thanks in advance.
Figure I'd copy my response from the other forum here to spread:
Collagen synthesis can be increased tremendously with enough IGF-1. But while, 2iu of GH may be enough for much older people, it probably isn't for you to stimulate enough IGF-1 to reach peak collagen expression and protein synthesis.
I have an ortho appt in 5 days to discuss surgery on my humerus/clavicle joint since the cortisone wore off and it still hurts. I will definitely ask about hgh. Also someone was telling me about white blood cell plasma injection therapy of your own wbc's. But I don't know much about that either
The more GH you use, the more collegan synthesis will increase...and the greater collagen production will have a direct impact on tendon recovery. IGF-1 LR3 will also hlp in this matter...and there are about 2-3 other peptides which can help with recovery, as well. A well-rounded approach is going to be more effective than mega-dosing any one drug.