Thread: Sodium Hyaluronate
08-02-2004, 01:03 AM #1
Okay I found something that would be good for joints and **** while on AAS its called SODIUM HYALURONATE I was just wondering how much should I be taking... how should I administer it and where any info on it would be helpful
08-02-2004, 01:43 AM #2New Member
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Sodium hyaluronate is designed to be injected into the joint; it is one of the main building blocks for cartilage. It can help some patients with moderate to severe osteoarthrtis. Again, this is to be injected directly into a joint BY A PHYSICIAN. If not given in a sterile manner there is a risk of infection inside the joint. It will not be effective administered systemically (IM or IV, ...).
08-02-2004, 01:51 AM #3
so what should I do go to my doctor and say im taking juice and my joints are kinda dry can you injects this into it for me....lol
No flame intended bro its just I dont wanna seem to obvious I went and got a blood test recently to check all levels b4 starting a cycle and if the doc is smart hes gonna know somethings up...
So... how would I inject it myself
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