Training Injuries; The Best Anabolics for Rehabilitation of Joints, Ligaments, TendonsThere are currently 1 users browsing this thread. Anabolic steroids, bodybuilding discussion forums. Hwlp 1 to 11 of Tendonitis in Forearms - Will Nandrolone help? Started developing tendonitis over the can anabolic steroids help tendonitis year or so.
Tendonitis in Forearms - Will Nandrolone help?
There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. Anabolic steroids, bodybuilding discussion forums. Results 1 to 11 of Tendonitis in Forearms - Will Nandrolone help? Started developing tendonitis over the last year or so.
It sucks pretty bad, I've stopped doing straight bar curls because they are absolutely painful for me to do, and I've switched to the EZ bar. I was wondering if NPP or Deca would do anything about the tendon issues or if it would only help the joints? Just curious if there is anything I can do to combat or alleviate the tendon pains in my forearms besides loading up on advil.
Everything upper body pretty much puts enough stress on my forearms to hurt. They're even starting to hurt in daily activities work, etc. Originally Posted by epoxy. Brother I hate to tell you this,but I have the same shit in my left fore-arm and elbow,I stick mgs of deca a wk with test and it does not really help at all,and my gear real,so the best of luck to you.
Thanks for the responses guys. I guess I will start icing my forearms post workout, and maybe heat them pre-workout, and keep living on advil a day for now lol. Kind of sucks but gotta do what I gotta do. THEN slow progression to training weight. Thanks guys -- Yeah I had a desk job for a couple of years and I'm still a forum-fiend when I'm not working or working out so I've actually had issues with not only the tendonitis but also carpel tunnel syndrome which comes and goes.
I may be the exception but I had tendonitis in shoulder, stopped training for 2 months around january.. I can bench press heavy and no pain..
Theres only one way to find out,try it. I have some really sore elbows so i switched my Eq to decca and going to see what happens,Been on the EQ for 4 weeks and it did nothing for my elbows.
Originally Posted by g Yes I think I had joint inflammation not tendonitis Deca def. I do wonder if it only hides the pain or if it'll be cured after the cycle though. Users Browsing this Thread. Featuring anabolic steroid information, anabolic steroid drug profiles, anabolic steroid articles, live discussion forums and much more.
All times are GMT The time now is Register Help Remember Me? Forum for members to discuss the use of anabolic steroids Results 1 to 11 of 11 Thread: I don't know about NPP helping as I have never read a credible study that has been repeated to suggest any AAS improve ligament or tendon strength. As some who has needed rotator cuff surgery for years and has tendonitis in r. Both my parents are physical therapist and I have received PT for years.
That's the bottom line all other treatments are usually used to improve the condition in a short term period. Proper PT and rest for about 6 months is what some of my tendon inflammation took and if you rush it, it comes right back. I hate to say it but it will only get worse unless you let it rest. Btw this is just from my experience from when I use to compete in sports at a high level. If you are like me and are not willing to step away from your passion whether it be weight lifting or basketball or whatever else, find ways to properly treat it hot and cold treatments after physical activity.
Eliminating weight bearing on that joint solely etc. If it's really bad look to do proper flys rather than heavy compound exercises for sometime.
Triceps use dips vs skull crushers, Bi's do compound exercises of back versus standing dumbell curls. Anything that eliminates the complete isolation of that joint for the weight bearing will help. Idk if this helps but I tried lol I am an ace certified trainer but I am not a doctor I've had it more than once.
I've had good results with Ice and advil. It's a bitch to get it to go away. Top All times are GMT