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2019/01/08 16:04:18 (permalink)
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MK 2866/Ostarine/Revolver25 - cycle/injury advice

I currently have a forearm sprain, enough that it hurts me to lift up a light back or firedoor for example, - so basically no pulling type movements for me until it's recovered. I've had it for nearly 2 weeks and it's not getting any better despite taking cissus/chondroitin/glucosamine/MSM/MCHC and trying to rest it (not always easy).
 
I was about to start an Ostarine/MK2866/Revolver25 cycle for at least 60 days. I have been taking MK 677 15mg per day for a few months, I plan to up that to 30mg a day.  I am looking to put on LBM.
 
My question:
Shall I wait until the forearm injury is gone so I can then train properly and make the most of the full length of the time that I am on Ostarine?
Or
Shall I start the SARMS now in the hope that the Ostarine will fix my forearm quicker?  
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Re: MK 2866/Ostarine/Revolver25 - cycle/injury advice 2019/01/08 16:07:21 (permalink)
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Depends on what your priority is. Personally, I've only used it for injury recovery, which it worked very well.

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Re: MK 2866/Ostarine/Revolver25 - cycle/injury advice 2019/01/08 17:07:27 (permalink)
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That's encouraging, - I guess the million dollar question is how quick will my forearm recover.  I might give it another week, and then start.. very frustrating as I was really ready to get into it
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Re: MK 2866/Ostarine/Revolver25 - cycle/injury advice 2019/01/10 19:08:22 (permalink)
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If it's a true tendon injury it will likely not be fully recovered in another week anyhow mate.
 
When you do get back in the gym I would tailor your plan to avoid the exercises that aggravate the forearm. Train around the injury.

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Re: MK 2866/Ostarine/Revolver25 - cycle/injury advice 2019/01/11 13:09:16 (permalink)
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Thanks
 
I have spoke to a physio who suspects that it's a muscle tear, and said RICE will help.
 
As for the Ostarine, I was originally thinking of an 8 week cycle, - I have since read that a 12 week would be better, and that would also give me time to recover then go onwards to make the most of the Ostarine
 
Is 12 weeks more risky in terms of recovering my natural test thereafter?  or is 12 indeed more preferable? 25mg ed
 
 
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Re: MK 2866/Ostarine/Revolver25 - cycle/injury advice 2019/01/11 18:59:51 (permalink)
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Test will come back. If you take DAA after in a PCT it will come back faster. If you do a full nolva PCT it will come back faster still.
 
One thing you need to be aware of is that we don't know the long term implications of using osta. It has not actually been approved for sale or declared safe.
 
Additionally if you went the nolva route it is nasty stuff and I would personally avoid until you have finished having kids.

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Re: MK 2866/Ostarine/Revolver25 - cycle/injury advice 2019/01/17 16:05:11 (permalink)
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Thanks - just seen your reply. Been reading that Osta won't do much for injuries, MK 677 probably more effective... -  considering BCP 157 & TB 500 now
 
Interesting what you say about nolva, must admit, i wasn't aware of this
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Re: MK 2866/Ostarine/Revolver25 - cycle/injury advice 2019/01/18 04:51:31 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby PdB 2019/01/18 09:52:24
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Not many people are until they start reading.

We often forget (or choose to ignore) that many of these meds do have long term and potentially fatal risks, and some simply haven’t been around long enough to know. And not just risks to ourselves but can also pass onto children. Small risks perhaps but they are there.

It is worth making yourself informed best that you can.

That said, I haven’t used BPC but some swear by it and others don’t rate. It’s hard to know really unless you try as there is always the placebo effect.

Brett's Journal Part VII  - The Farce Awakens
Visit the front page of my journal for links to blood logs on Ostarine, SD, Halodrol and more.
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