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    Post BPC 157 heals torn rotator cuff...new study

    Effect of pentadecapeptide BPC 157 on rotator cuff tear injury in rat (844.9)

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    The rotator cuff musculature imparts dynamic stability to the glenohumeral joint. In particular, the balance between the subscapularis anteriorly and the infraspinatus posteriorly, often referred to as the rotator cuff "force couple," is critical for concavity compression and concentric rotation of the humeral head. Our goal was to determine the effect of pentadecapeptide BPC 157 on rotator cuff tear injury in rat model. 48 rats underwent detachment of the supraspinatus and infraspinatus and were randomly assigned to control and pentadecapeptide BPC 157 group. BPC 157 animals were regularly treated with pentadecapeptide BPC 157 (10µg/kg) intraperitoneally, control animals got equivalent volume of saline. Animals were observed during experiment and were sacrificed 2, 4, 8 and 12 weeks after the surgery. Macroscopic observation (muscle atrophy (m(non-operated m triceps)/m-operated(m triceps)), movement range, front leg length) and functional analysis (walk pattern (SFI), front limb muscle strength (weightlifting time) were performed. In animals treated with pentadecapeptide BPC 157 was observed total functional recovery similar to healthy animals, along with supraspinate and infraspinate tendon healing. In controls, mobility rage, muscle strength, and leg length were reduced compared to pentadecapeptide BPC 157 treated animals.
    In conclusion, pentadecapeptide BPC 157 could be successfully used in healing and functional recovery of rotator cuff tear injury.
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    You have a link to the full study summary? Good info btw

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexsanka View Post
    You have a link to the full study summary? Good info btw
    Here is where I got the abstract.
    http://m.fasebj.org/content/28/1_Supplement/844.9

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    Thanks man!

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    I love the healing peptides! TB4/TB500 and BPC 157 for the win... My test subject completely avoided a very serious knee surgery using a peptide protocol. Researchers couldn't believe the incredible results. Brings a tear of joy to my eye

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayjay1 View Post
    I love the healing peptides! TB4/TB500 and BPC 157 for the win... My test subject completely avoided a very serious knee surgery using a peptide protocol. Researchers couldn't believe the incredible results. Brings a tear of joy to my eye
    It's amazing the results you get from BPC157 and TB500. Im
    using pentosan to regenerate my meniscus. It's helping that and my rotator cuffs.
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    I have a tear in my right meniscus and only 30% cartilage left in each knee. Your research has my attention!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stickmancqb View Post
    I have a tear in my right meniscus and only 30% cartilage left in each knee. Your research has my attention!
    I feel your pain. My knees are shot. The meniscus tear in my right knee is severe. I'm taking pentosan sulphate injection for it. I just added TB500 for it. My BPC I've been using in my elbow for my tendinitis. I need to get more BPC for my knee. The cool thing about TB500 is that peptide is capable of traveling a long distance so it will help the knees even when taken subcutaneously in the abdomen. With BPC157, even though the literature says it's a systemic peptide, I believe at low dose the injection must go right near the injury to be effective, either IM in the wound, or subQ above the wound.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJB1 View Post
    I feel your pain. My knees are shot. The meniscus tear in my right knee is severe. I'm taking pentosan sulphate injection for it. I just added TB500 for it. My BPC I've been using in my elbow for my tendinitis. I need to get more BPC for my knee. The cool thing about TB500 is that peptide is capable of traveling a long distance so it will help the knees even when taken subcutaneously in the abdomen. With BPC157, even though the literature says it's a systemic peptide, I believe at low dose the injection must go right near the injury to be effective, either IM in the wound, or subQ above the wound.
    How in the hell do you inject right into the knee? I dont mind needles but fuck that....

    I had an MRI done 2 years ago when i met my insurance deductible. I had a terrible clicking and a velcro sound coming from my right knee. I went to my ortho and he basically said, "when do you want to schedule your knee replacements because you have the joints of a 60 year old?" I am going to be 28 in september....

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    This is Day #3 injecting 300mcg BPC157 directly into my elbow tendon. I noticed yesterday I could do cable cross overs for chest without pain which is the first time in months. I feel the pain in my elbow but to a lesser extent. It's definitely helping the tendinitis heal.
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    so which one is better bpc157 or tb500 they sound like they do the same thing or is it best to use both.i have a shoulder injury that is killing me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGBEN2011 View Post
    so which one is better bpc157 or tb500 they sound like they do the same thing or is it best to use both.i have a shoulder injury that is killing me.
    BPC157 is much stronger and faster at healing. If you inject 250mcg directly into the injured area of your shoulder everyday then it will heal fast. If you can afford both then that's best but if you only can afford one then go with BPC.

    TB500 reduces inflammation rather quickly but the healing process takes several weeks. The protocol recommended is 2mg e3d's for 6 weeks then 2mg per week for maintainence. Subcutaneous injections are the way to go.
    BPC157 works ASAP if taken directly in the injury. Delts are an easy spot to hit the wound via intramuscular injection. 250mcg per day healed my pec tear off one vial. Rotator cuffs tend to take longer.
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    can someone answer mt question please what is the diff of bpc157 and tb500 or do you need both .asked this in post#8 here.thanks

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    This is Day#5 of injecting 300mcg directly into my elbow tendon. I must say I'm pleasantly surprised at the pain reduction in my elbow. Tendonitis lingers on for months so I wasn't sure if this would help. BPC157 healed my pec strain in 8 days but this is the first time I've ever injected directly into my tendon. For those who have injuries, BPC157 is a miracle peptide.
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    thanks jjb1 so i think one vial of bpc and a couple of tb500 should do me.thanks again

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