I am a nursing student 10 weeks from graduating with an RN degree. I know I should see a doctor. But that wasn't my question now was it. The question was related to growth hormone and healing effect on muscle tissue. And for the record it's a level three supraspinatous tear, but that came from a physical therapist so I better check with a doctor to fucking make sure.
growth does nothing for joints at all. I have been trying to get a script for sero's because of my knees and elbows, but one of the side effects of growth is joint pain and carpel tunnel syndrome. If you have any issues with a joint and want to us GH for it, its not going to do much. It actually makes my knees and hands hurt worse.
If you actually have joint pain and your a nurse you should look into ACP shots.
Well I'm not quite there yet. Hopefully in a few weeks I'll be a nurse; but I can understand the joint pain, but I thought swelling and those sides were all dosing related? And actually one of the attending physicians where I have clinical suggested a shot in the joint but i think it was just cortisol.. Not familiar with acp shots I'm guessing it's new.. Probably expensive?
i dont know the price i get them free from where i work. Google it for more details, but basically they pull your own proteins and hormones out of your blood and then inject it to the damaged area. The pain relief is night and day.