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As someone who’s had surgery on both knees and tendonitis in everything that bends, I sympathize with you. GH will probably help you in the long run, but expect some initial “flare up” of your condition after beginning GH therapy. This should only be temporary (around 1-2 weeks) and the use of a good non-steroidal anti-inflammatory, such as “diclofenac,” should help with this.
Try 4 iu/day for a 4-6 week course and back this up with a sound anabolic regimen that contains either Deca or Equipoise–two anabolics with a proven track record with your condition. I would also recommend two veterinary products from Australia, Cosequin and Pentosan Vet.
Cosequin comes in capsule form and contains glucosamine HCL, purified chondroitin sulfate, mixed glycosaminoglycans and manganese ascorbate. The recommended dosage is 4-6 caps/day and they come in bottles of 90 caps. I have seen good results with this product.
Pentosan Vet is an injectable (intramuscular or sub-Q) that comes in a 10ml multidose containing 125mg/ml of sodium pentosan polysulfate. The ideal dosage is generally 3mg/kg bodyweight per injection taken for a total of four injections, each spaced 5-7 days apart. Pentosan polysulfate is a semi-synthetic polysaccharide polymer, which possesses anti-inflammatory, anti-arthritic and chondroprotective properties via several mechanisms:
- Direct anti-inflammatory activity;
- Inhibition of neutrophil migration into joints;
- Stimulation of hyaluronic acid synthesis by synovial fibroblasts which results in a marked increase in synovial fluid volume and viscosity;
- Stimulation of chondrocytes and the biosynthesis of proteoglycans;
- Strong fibrinolytic activity which improves the circulation of sub-chondral bone and peri-articular structures.
I can not over-emphasize how effective this product is, with the majority of athletes claiming 100% success rates. I first encountered its use with New Zealand and Australian Rugby teams who were using it regularly to help them deal with the big injury factor in this game of “crunch and tackle”. Tendonitis is the nemesis of many a competitive athlete and I foresee this becoming a standard-use item. I know these products were meant for horses and many people are afraid of using veterinary products, but their use with humans is also well documented. Besides, what’s wrong with being able to fertilize your own garden, along with holding your own with anybody in the locker room?