Thread: Anyone Have Arthritis? ?
11-13-2001, 03:34 PM #1
Anyone Have Arthritis? ?
NOT QUITE SURE WHERE TO POST THIS BUT I GUESS I'LL START HERE...I GOT KNEE PAINS 3 MONTHS AGO_BOTH OF THEM..I DID DO A SMALL DECA CYCLE IN WHICH THAT HELP EVERYTHING ELSE INC SHOULDER PROBLEMS AND EVEN A TORN BICEP.<-STILL TORN BUT CAN CURL MORE NOW..BUT THE KNEES STILL ACHE. I PLAY B-BALL 1X PER WEEK AND REALLY PUSH IT WHEN I SPRINT..SO I GUESS MY QUEST IS THERE ANYONE WHO IN THERE 30s WHO HAS HAD ARTHRITIS AND WHAT DID YOU TAKE TO HEAL IT??OR MAYBE I USE LARGER AMOUNTS OF DECA??PLUS TO WHATS THE BEST BRAND OS MSM??I TRIED SOME FROM BIO TECH OR SOMETHING AND IT DIDNT DO SQUAT..AS A MATTER OF FACT I HAVENT REALLY SQUATED SINCE THE KNEE PAIN..WOULD LIKE TO HEAL UP BEFORE WINTER CYCLE SO I CAN GO INTO IT FULL BLOWN..THANX BROS...
11-13-2001, 07:52 PM #2
OK.....WHO HAS KNEE PROBLEMS AND WHAT DO YOU DO TO TAKE CARE OF IT???
11-14-2001, 02:00 AM #3
I have bad knees but all I ever take is ibuprofen. My problem is more of a cartilage problem that causes swelling. I'll eventually get surgery when my knees get bad enough. Have you been to a doctor for advice?
11-14-2001, 04:53 AM #4
THANX EXCESS-----NO I HAVENT BEEN TO THE DR BECAUSE I REALLY DIDNT DO ANYTHING DRASTIC TO HURT THEM.IBUPROFEN HELPS ME OUT TOO BUT ONLY TEMPORALY...I DO ALOT OF WALKING ON MY JOB SO I KINDA THINK I NEED TO GET SOFTER SOLES IN MY SHOES AND NOT PUSH IT SO HARD WHEN PLAYING BALL..MY KNEES NEVER SWELL UP...DID YOU EVER CONSIDER DECA ???
11-14-2001, 08:53 AM #5
I'd try taking Glucosamine Sulafte. I had my knee scoped in March and started pounding the Glucosamine about a week after the surgery and I felt it helped make the joint itsef feel alot better. I also had my shoulder reconstructed last year and took it for that and I feel that it helped out alot as well. As for anti-inflamitories, has anyone ever tried Vioxx?.......this is wicked stuff, super easy on the stomach as well!
11-15-2001, 01:47 PM #6
Osteo arthritis is degenerative joint disease, caused first through genetic predisposition and secondly from excessive wear and tear on the joints. When I first started training and bb (like 20 years ago) I never warmed up properly, and as a result have some additional wear and tear to go along with the horrible genetic predisposition to osteo. Anyway, after seeing a specialist and doing every test known, the result was just that...the beginning stages of osteo. Fortuately I have built solid quads, hams and my joint is very strong. So I have used celebrex, Viox and plain Alieve. I have always used the glucosamine and I've added MSM (naural sulfur)and cetylmeristoleate (to lubricate) the joints. The result has been a gradual improvement. I use medication only when necessary (it's been over a month), and I warm up a lot better (like 20:00). Be very careful about the deca ...it will help short term but not permanantly. don't overdue it. Be careful and take it easy.
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