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    PRP, HGH, and anti inflammatory question

    I had a PRP injection in my shoulder. Directions say to stay away from anti inflammatory meds for 6-12 weeks as they will reduce the inflammation created by the PRP injection which would then minimize the effectiveness of the PRP. My question is can I use HGH after the PRP injection? Iíve googled HGH and anti inflammatory but havenít found anything consistent. I donít want to go back on HGH if it reduces the effectiveness of the PRP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 97viper View Post
    I had a PRP injection in my shoulder. Directions say to stay away from anti inflammatory meds for 6-12 weeks as they will reduce the inflammation created by the PRP injection which would then minimize the effectiveness of the PRP. My question is can I use HGH after the PRP injection? I’ve googled HGH and anti inflammatory but haven’t found anything consistent. I don’t want to go back on HGH if it reduces the effectiveness of the PRP.
    I don't know that it would cause a problem, but why not just wait the 12 weeks and then go back to the GH.

    One of the mods here recently had the PRP injection done on his shoulder and he mentioned how they advised him to steer clear of anti-inflammatory drugs because it would reduce the effectiveness of the process.
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    Quote Originally Posted by almostgone View Post
    I don't know that it would cause a problem, but why not just wait the 12 weeks and then go back to the GH.
    If there are no interactions, I'd prefer to go back on the GH. If GH works as an anti inflammatory I'd stay off for the 12 weeks. I am not finding anything conclusive on GH as an anti inflammatory which is why I posted. As of now I am staying off the GH.

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