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    iMac2307 is offline New Member
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    Pubic Symphysis Injury

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    Age: 25
    Height: 5"10
    Weight: 85kg
    Gym History: Lifting since 17 years old. Have never been a true 'bodybuilder'. Have always lifted for athletic purposes.
    Steroid History: Have ran 3 cycles at the age of 19, 21 and 22 (I'm aware steroid use at that age isn't advised)
    Cycles: All 3 cycles have been run using Test, stacked with either EQ or Primobolan + Dianabol or Anavar .
    Athletic History: Have played rugby for 12 years at a good standard. Have always been motivated to be bigger, stronger and faster, which is where my initial interest in using steroids came from. Still play rugby today.

    Current Situation: I'm not actually interested in steroids for bodybuilding purposes. I have enjoyed being natural for the past 3 years. However over the past 12 months I have suffered some serious injuries, including:

    Grade 2 sternoclavicular joint ligament tear
    Grade 1 high ankle sprain
    Inflamed / aggravated pubic joint (pubic symphysis)

    As a result, I am seriously hindered in my training and playing ability, and am considering steroids to help recovery. In particular, the pubic symphysis is causing awful problems, despite rehabbing and resting since April (when the injury occurred), along with lots of natural supplements like Glucosamine to encourage joint repair. I have never suffered from serious setbacks in the 12 years I have played rugby, and I have always bounced back from 'niggles' or injuries that I've picked up. However these injuries seem to be plaguing me, despite natural rehabilitation attempts.

    Does anybody have any advice as to how to best handle this injury?

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    MuscleScience is offline ~AR-Elite-Hall of Famer~
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    Welcome, how did you injury your PS if you don't mind me asking. I have a bit of experience treating those.

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