I'm a martial artist, thai boxer to be specific, by trade. I've been doing it for almost 12 years and my body has seen better days. I have been reading up on the effects of gh - growth hormone (somatropin) - or human growth hormone - somatropin - on ligaments and all around body repair and had a few questions. Firstly, here's my stats.
30 years old
low back, neck, knee, shoulder and bicep injuries/pain
fairly active even while injured with a 5 days a week 1 hour a day Thai boxing session (i can't mix in my weight training yet until I get the strength and stability back in my knee and low back)
Based on my stats and background, would you guys suggest or think that a 3 - 6 month cycle would see these nagging aches, pains, tears (my right knee is a 60% acl tear and a small miniscus tear) etc..
What type of growth hormone should I be searching out?
How much should I be using daily?
what times should i be injecting?
will i see relief or repair of these nagging issues?
what are reasonable prices for high quality kits that will get me the desired results?
A slightly long and question heavy post, thank you all for taking your time to read and respond.
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