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Goldenrod

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its a known side effect of tendon ruptures with certain antibiotics but docs don't always tell you. it can become worse is prednisone if prescribed too for something like pneumonia. I had a nasty fight for a few months and ended up with pneumonia - two antibiotics didn't work so they tried avalelox (there is a group of antibiotics that fall in this category). I mention this because weight lifters would be more susceptible to rupture when you start to feel a little better. I used BPC157 for my achilles tendon issues after I got better and they are still both a little sore. Not tear sore but sore and this is the only change. They both fully healed prior.
thought I would mention this as there is a lot of shit running around and it is a good idea to ask questions and read the pamphlet or talk to the pharmacist.
I know people who ruptured their Achilles and it was a long road back to recovery.
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@Goldenrod I'm on day 18 post surgery for my Achilles I've stated putting weight on it now that I'm in a boot, I got TB 500 BPC 157 combo when would you recommend the use to help in recovery.
 

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I would be start now - can you get around the boot so you can inject the BPC right at the tear?
I found BPC157 to be very helpful with the Achilles tendon injuries - I didn't have a full tear - just chronic pain.
Keep in mind I'm not a doctor and these are research chems and sometimes they help alot and sometimes I find they don't but they helped my Achilles the quickest and best of all my injuries.
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Yeah I'm moving around rather well and have started taking the boot off while sleeping and lounging on the couch, i am struggling to find what I can use as a dose.
 
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