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    d-bol for injury recovery?

    hi everyone, i have a question about the dbol .
    in one week i will begin a DEP in fire safety. the problem is that i have an epicondylitis ( tennis elbow). so my question is : can dbol help me for recovery? sorry if i make some mistakes im not very good in english

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    No not at all. See you doc for a shot of cortisone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by philbh17 View Post
    hi everyone, i have a question about the dbol .
    in one week i will begin a DEP in fire safety. the problem is that i have an epicondylitis ( tennis elbow). so my question is : can dbol help me for recovery? sorry if i make some mistakes im not very good in english
    You want to take Dbol for tennis elbow?

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    is there another solution ( if the shot of cortisone doesn t work)for this injury? what steroids can help?

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    Peptides could look into tb500
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    Dbol will not be of benefit in this application. Peptides are an option but they take time to work and there isnt any way of knowing how much benefit they will actually be.

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    Ask your doc to prescribe a week's worth of Prednisone. If it doesn't work, you just have to rest it.

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    Take fit2bOlds advice and get a shot of cortisone. Its your best bet for a quick recovery. Avoiding what caused the problem for a while is also important

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    A medrol medpak works wonders for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidtheman100 View Post
    You want to take Dbol for tennis elbow?
    I was thinking the same thing...

    OP. if you need immediate relief, then maybe the cortisone.

    if you want to heal that problem, and have six weeks for it to work, follow the link in my signature for my TB500 log. I had the same thing as you, but not anymore.

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