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    SARMS dose recommendations for 50 y/o male

    My hubby is 50 and currently on test, hgh, and DHEA. He's only 3 months into hgh and not noticing any positive effects as of yet. He has some pervious spinal injuries and a lot of joint and back pain due to a strain last year. I believe his hgh hasn't taken effect yet as my sources and hia doc says it takes about 6 months. However he is looking to try SARMS specifically Ostarine. Our supplier and packaging says a dose Men 10-50mg / per day for 4-6 weeks but that is a big variance. Should he start low and increase if needed?

    Are they're any other opinions of SARMS rather than Ostarine? We don't know anyone with experience with these

    Thanks!

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    Hey there...I cant speak for test, hgh and DHEA, but I have ran a few SARM cycles. I started with Ostarine, which is the most researched and also the weakest of the lot. But its supposed to be well tolerated with little to no sides. I started at half a ML which is about 12.5mg. My bottle was dosed at 25mg/ML. After about a week I went up to a full ML (25mg) and stayed there. The full cycle was 12 weeks and I broke through all my PR's, lost about 15lbs of fat and dropped my bodyfat from 22% to about 15%. I had great results from it. I had some weird dreams for the first couple weeks and the SARM actually had a good effect on my LDLs and Triglycerides, which is not typical, but my cholesterol is naturally high even with medication.

    I ran two cycles of Ostarine and was left wanting more results when it came to bulking up. So now I am trying LGD 4033. I am three weeks in and am noticing some pretty big gains in my back and shoulders. I am up 5lbs so far. I am 39 yrs old, 5'5 and weigh 194. I am around 18% bodyfat . My wife has noticed as well. She says its "hulkish" lol. Anyway, no sides to speak of so far. I just had my blood drawn today so I will know Friday how it is affecting my lipids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surfermum View Post
    My hubby is 50 and currently on test, hgh, and DHEA. He's only 3 months into hgh and not noticing any positive effects as of yet. He has some pervious spinal injuries and a lot of joint and back pain due to a strain last year. I believe his hgh hasn't taken effect yet as my sources and hia doc says it takes about 6 months. However he is looking to try SARMS specifically Ostarine. Our supplier and packaging says a dose Men – 10-50mg / per day for 4-6 weeks but that is a big variance. Should he start low and increase if needed?

    Are they're any other opinions of SARMS rather than Ostarine? We don't know anyone with experience with these

    Thanks!
    For what effects is he looking?

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    Well he is looking to gain his lean muscle mass back and has heard conflicting reviews on HGH aiding his recovery of injuries.. we read that SARMS may aid in this as well or is that wrong?

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    Ostarine, twice now has helped an old tendentious injury of mine heal. It is helpful when it comes to joints and tendons.

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    Instead of SARMS , might look to nandrolone decanoate for help with inflammation & building muscle. Remain patient with growth hormone , good luck!
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    Do his back injuries have to do with his back or spine?
    I have had bulging disc in the past and what has helped me was bpc-157/tb500.
    I did trying getting HGH from a clinic but they are too scared of the FDA when someone doesn't have levels that are of a dead person.

    Now,I don't know where you get the HGH from ,but what dose is he taking?
    Note that BPC upregulates growth hormone expression in tendon fibroblast.
    I couldn't find a study on disc or spinal injuries ,but I assume those peptides work the same way ,as it has helped me with my disc where I can deadlift again.

    I did not take HGH or any other peptides besides those two.
    That's my recommendation. Add them in and make sure your source is legit .
    Also ,is he doing any rehabilitation exercises for his back?

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    Lots of good input here so far!

    SARMs can help, but as @956Vette rightly (IMO) pointed out, there are AAS that might be better suited for some of what you need. And growth hormone does take a while to really start showing benefit... Well, at least at replacement doses.

    What dose HGH is your husband taking?

    If you decide to go the SARM route, Ostarine is a good one to start with. I haven't run a full cycle of it yet, but a lot of the research indicates it is a fairly safe and effective drug in reasonable doses. Lots of people swear by RAD-140 as well, but that is a bit stronger and more side effect prone, proceed with care if you decide to use it.

    Be aware, a lot of liquid SARMs taste like paint thinner, so maybe go the capsule route if that is an issue.

    @wellshii already mentioned BPC-157 and TB-500. Both are excellent products in my experience. Nothing is going to allow you to 'heal like Wolverine' but they do help.

    If you are willing to look at peptides, take a peek at Ipamorelin and ModGRF. They both work together to essentially trigger greater growth hormone release. Though either will work on it's own, there are great synergies between the two and I would recommend using them together.
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