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    Elbow pain help

    Hey guys

    I have lately been getting pain on the ball of my elbow bone, no pain on the inside area or outside as it doesnít feel like golfers/tennis.

    The only issue I have with this is I canít do whole
    Body dips as left side elbow just hurts but I can do machine plated dips with no issue using 200kg each side.

    Couple hours after tricep training I get tender elbows and I canít put them on bench or keep them
    Bent laying down but when arms are straight they are ok.

    Who that actual back of elbow did j the elbow point is where the problem is. Is this something that I can fix ? Has anyone had this before?

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    If it feels like bone on bone, you might try diclofenac gel. Its a topical pain killer that has worked wonders for my knee (torn meniscus).

    You might also try BPC-157 and TB-500. I seem to have had good luck with these peptides and the diclofenac.

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    If it hurts, don’t do it. Dips are terrible for elbows. I had to stop doing dips, overhead presses, and heavy bench (don’t do barbell bench anyhow) because of elbow and shoulder pains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cylon357 View Post
    If it feels like bone on bone, you might try diclofenac gel. Its a topical pain killer that has worked wonders for my knee (torn meniscus).

    You might also try BPC-157 and TB-500. I seem to have had good luck with these peptides and the diclofenac.
    You choosing no surgery for the torn Meniscus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashop View Post
    You choosing no surgery for the torn Meniscus?
    So far, yes. I find my current discomfort tolerable and really only a problem if I do high impact moves. Since eliminating the majority of those, I have been able to avoid surgery (to date anyhow)

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