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TRT for Women Using Primo..... - 06-07-2013, 12:16 PM

Any problem with running a female at about 10mgs/week trt using primo? I know the docs prescribe it at 10-20mgs/ week using test. Primo is much more mild.

The main reason she wants to do it is for the extra joint relief primo provides.
   
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06-07-2013, 05:37 PM

10mg Primo/wk will do nothing for joint relief. Furthermore, joint relief is a terrible reason for introducing male hormones into a female body. Primo is one of the compounds most likely to cause deepening off the voice and hair loss. Try glucosamine/chondroitin.
   
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10mg Primo/wk will do nothing for joint relief. Furthermore, joint relief is a terrible reason for introducing male hormones into a female body. Try glucosamine/chondroitin.
Yes it is a bad reason. Tried glucosamine, it didn't work.

Were just running out of ideas.
   
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Yes it is a bad reason. Tried glucosamine, it didn't work.

Were just running out of ideas.
I told AM about the joint injections...you'll love it!
   
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I'm interested in the joint injection.

Also, what about increasing GH dose from 2 iu to maybe 3-4iu? Or is that too high and ill grow a neanderthal forehead?
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I'm interested in the joint injection.

Also, what about increasing GH dose from 2 iu to maybe 3-4iu? Or is that too high and ill grow a neanderthal forehead?
I'd keep at 2iu. Goto pubmed.gov I'm sure there is research about this there. The doctor will tell you no more heavy squats or leg presses
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I'd keep at 2iu. Goto pubmed.gov I'm sure there is research about this there. The doctor will tell you no more heavy squats or leg presses

Then the doctor should prepare to get bitch slapped.
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U mean like Synvisc gel knee injections Dudcki?
   
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U mean like Synvisc gel knee injections Dudcki?
This is for pain in the joint. Its a combo of anti-inflammatory steroids injected directly into the knee joint. Its a life saver.
   
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Then the doctor should prepare to get bitch slapped.
This is what I hear from my doctor every time I get my injections. No more heavy bench presses.
   
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This is what I hear from my doctor every time I get my injections. No more heavy bench presses.

So when u get that shot and then start benching again......what happens to your shoulder?

Are u tearing it up more but just can't feel it?
   
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So when u get that shot and then start benching again......what happens to your shoulder?

Are u tearing it up more but just can't feel it?
I only do inclines now. The different angle and making sure I keep my elbows tucked makes a big difference
   
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I started her on triple strength fish oil, triple strength glucosamine msm and chondroitin, turmeric and cayenne pepper.

Well see what happens.
   
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Have y'all looked at something like Celebrex? I've heard mix feedback. But more good then bad.
   
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Have y'all looked at something like Celebrex? I've heard mix feedback. But more good then bad.
Its just another NSAID from what I can tell.
   
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