This post is about HGH use for injury repair.
Some generic info about me.
I have a lot of scar tissue in both shoulders and the infraspinatus is pretty fucked up. My shoulders joints are generally pretty bad. My back has been very bad for the last 5 years after a disc injury in a car accident. My knees and ankles are all right but sometimes flare up with old injuries from when I played soccer and wrestling.
Age 23 - yes I am young but note that my body has taken a lot of beating playing various sports, lifting, working very heavy manual labor since I was 12 and from 2 car accidents. (no I was not driving! just bad luck)
I now weigh about 100kg but I could probably loose a lot of bodyfat, although I am not very fat. (So fat loss would be a nice bonus but not important for me)
Height is 179cm.
Sumo Deadlift 140kg x4 is the highest my back allows me to lift.
Front squat 100kg x3.
Pull-ups. bw(100kg) x11.
Pressing strength is not great but i have push pressed 80kg (hurts a lot) and a 65 kg natural stone.
I have done physical therapy for many years and i want to supplement it.
I have read a lot about HGH in the last months and I have decided to start using it.
My question is this : Which of these protocols would be better to help my joints.
2 iu EOD subq (would last for close to 6 months)
2 iu EOD IM (would last for close to 6 months)
BBB's IV protocol (10IU E3D)
- I think that would last for 90 days.
3 iu EOD? IM or Subq?
I would also like to add that i just started my first AAS cycle and I am using 600mg Test E per week and have PCT on hand and ready. Taking silymarin and vitamin E to supplement it and ofc. eating a lot. I am also using natural estrogen blockers and have letro and nolvadex on hand. I plan on using a standard nolvadex only pct. (40,40,20,20)
You can judge me all you want for being too young to start AAS but I have been trying to heal my back for a very long time and it has come to the point were I am willing to do anything to fix it.
English is my third language so bear with me.
Looking forward to your answers.