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    halifax is offline Junior Member
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    Do you heal faster while on AS??

    I just injured my paletal tendom (right under the knee)... So I am not allowed to do any squats, or basically anything that contracts my quadriceps... I have just started a new cycle 3 weeks ago and when I heard the news I thought about stopping it and do not waste the juice if I can not train my legs... But then I started to think maybe I should not stop, maybe I should just lower my dose and stay on it... If testo helps you grow, it should also help you heal better and faster...
    Some feedback on this???

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    i'm not real sure, but i have never read anything about AS helping the growth or healing of tendens

    i could be wrong,

    Bump, help this bro out

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    hahaa, never mind the bump, been up all night and forgot where it was on the forum

    my bad

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    HGH would help but I do not think AS will.

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    From what I've heard, AS won't help heel the tendons any faster. If it did, then wouldn't everyone with a major tendon problem use the juice?? Any medical evidence of this is appreciated.

    Bump for the bro

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    When i bleed i seem to bleed alot more on as and it takes forever for it to clot

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    Gotenks, thats because AAS's are anti-cogulants(sp?), they change the time it takes blood to clot, thus you bleed like a stuck pig. This is yet another reason Dr's should no about your AAS use no matter what for surgery.

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    yes

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    well I had a shoulder injury before and I healed faster with primo/winny cycle.

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