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    Guidance on PCT for age 40+ AAS/HGH Use

    Hello all. I'm brand new to this forum. Was hoping to get a little help. I"m 44 years old, 5'7", 177 lbs, 13% BF, 20+ years lifting (off/on due to injuries). I was thinking of starting a cycle of AAS/HGH to help with the following: C5/C6, L4/L5 herniations, lateral and medial epicondylitis (golf/tennis elbow) both arms. I've been reading extensively and came across a stack of Test E, Equipoise , and HGH. I will soon be getting Stem cells and PRP injections (Platelet Rich Plasma) for the injuries. I was thinking of putting it all together with 200mg/w Test, 300mg/w EQ, (12 weeks total on both) and 2IU per day HGH first month, then .5 IU increase every week until I get to 6IU per day for 6 months. Read that anymore on Test would not be beneficial, as exogenous testosterone > 200 mg/wk inhibits collagen synthesis, and EQ should be run 3mg/kg of body weight (240 mg/w for me but just rounding to 300mg), which will increase Procollagen III by approximately 340%. Since this is my first cycle, and the amount of AAS I'm using seems to be on the low end compared to other cycles, what would a PCT look like? Read several threads indicating Clomid 100/100/50/50 with Nolva 40/40/20/20. Is this overkill for the AAS amount or should I just run Nolva? Should I include HCG ? Will have Adex on hand if needed. Any help will be appreciated.

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    Hi joey. I would suggest you take some time and read the Successful First Cycle Thread at the top of the AAS Q & A Forum. Then simply adjust things to fit your needs. When it comes to collagen there are multiple types and I've yet to see a study showing it definitively impacts collagen synthesis. Link me if you have one. If you're referring to guys getting injuries while on cycle it's quite possible their muscular strength improved at a faster rate than their tendon and ligament strength. Just a hypothesis...

    Other than that, this thread is really just for intro's so copy and paste it into the AAS Q & A for more answers please!

    ps: I've had PRP injections and they worked wonderfully. Good luck!
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    Thanks for the reply and info. It's good to know someone who's had PRP with success. I guess I'm hopeful that collagen synthesis will occur. See you around my friend.

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    Welcome to the forum! Best of luck with your back.

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    Thanks my friend.

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    Thanks Brazey

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    Thanks my friend.

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