I’ve read that using exogenous testosterone, and in particular having high TT/FT levels, can cause some “stiffening” of tendons.
I’m experiencing extremely painful, chronic tennis elbow. It didn’t occur in isolation - it is an overuse injury. But one that simply will not heal.
It’s not as if...
Age 60 but look in my late 40s early 50s. Avid lifter. Eat clean, all organic, no drugs, booze.
Trigger finger (aka stenosing tenosynovitis) started early last year mostly in right middle finger. Kept lifting despite chronic clicking/stiffness in morning but no pain. Got a cortisone injection...
This may be a very dumb question...
Been doing TRT for about 9 months and am very happy with the improvements.
Just wondering, will injecting cypionate into the forearm instead of the normal glute / thigh area have any positive or negative impact on chronic tennis elbow / tendonosis pain?
Toxic tendinopathy is a rare but reproducible complication in humans, given agents of four drug classes: aromatase inhibitors, fluoroquinolone antibiotics, glucocorticoids (long-term regimens), and statins. Toxic tendinopathy in humans has been linked less consistently to treatment with anabolic...
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I have really bad tennis elbow from lifting weights. Been stretching and apply heat to help heal it but arm is still garbage. Lifting sucks since I can't do much...all gripping causes it to flare up. I was thinking about trying a peptide GH or anything at this point to try and heal it up...
The panel convened to assess if the current labels effectively explain the upsides and downsides of taking fluoroquinolones to treat sinus infections, urinary-tract infections (UTIs), and bronchitis that aggravates existing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
These antibiotics belong...