well, supposedly running IGF-1 and PMGF concurrently can be a bad idea since they are thought to compete for the same receptors…thus PMGF can inhibit the effect of IGF-1. Some run them concurrently but always take the IGF-1 shot at least 24 hours after the PMGF.
I think a better idea would be to do a cycle of IGF-1 for, say 4 weeks (which is the average time before the effects begin to diminish significantly) and then switch over to PMGF for, say, 3-4 weeks in order to stimulate the division of myoblasts or satellite cells, then switch back to IGF-1 again to take advantage of these new satellite cells and mature them further. You could repeat this as many times as you like and it would make your IGF-1 cycles much more effective also. It’s all theory though.
I have run both concurrently as per the above protocol, for 4-5 weeks. I have to say, I noticed little to no gains. Nothing to talk about at all. Granted, I was not on AAS at the time, so it was strictly a peptide cycle. But I kind of hoped to get something. I was, however, on a fairly low dose of PMGF (cant recall exactly how much) so possibly that is the reason. A friend, who was on a much higher dosage, reported good gains and site enhancement (calves & biceps)
I may try it again…at a higher dosage.
Could someone PM me the info on the place that does it for $55? I might be interested in taking a look…