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    MoneyAddyct is offline Member
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    Gear and Shin-Splints?

    My friend is on week 8 of a 10 week d-bol (only 4 weeks), omnadren , deca cycle. He said that he's been doing the same path around campus to get to his classes for the last 4 months, but up until about 3 weeks ago he says he's getting terrible shin splints while walking. He asked me if I thought it could be a side-effect of the gear, I said maybe it had to do with increased pumps or something, but I really wasn't sure. Anyone ever experience this? He says it gets so bad he has to sit down once or twice during the walks to class.

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    I do .. I had them alreasy b4 cycle but now they r really bad. cant even do leg presses at the time.. cant run and have to walk carefully . that sux man!

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    happens to me but usually when i'm on dbol . no expierence with omnadren but i would think that it would be from a huge pump.

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    yup happens to me - makes football a nightmare to play!

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    do foot curls it will strenghten the muscles and keep the bone from splintering

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    any other advice I really would need it. I already had this problem b4 ever cycling...

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    i cant c how foot curls would do anything. Shin slints are from the muscle being pumped up and, because the muscle is inside a bag (Compartment) the pumped muscle cause a lot of pressure on the bacg so then you get pain. When its bad, shin splints are also called anterior compartment syndrome. You can go to th edocs n complain about it and request to be have a small surgery which cuts the bag open to releive the pressure. My brother had this done because it was hard and painful to walk sometimes

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    yes, i ran 1st time in 4 weeks while on sust, my chins hurt like never before in my life. it has to do with the sust

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    Thanks for the reply guys. At least now he'll know what's responsible.

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