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Peter davies

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so basically i fell and landed on my chest just over a year ago, i became in loads of pain and could hardly lift my arm as i was in serious pain and put up with it for about a week and went to doctors which they told me i torn a muscle in my shoulder.

they never told me exactly what id done but my guesses was it was my rotator cuff.  i was in pain for while, probably about six months.

i recently started trying to get back into training after it being so long and i was bench pressing and it started twanging ever so slightly.

just wondering if anyone could give me any advice...

i was recommended to try peptided IGF1 LR3

im not to clued up on peptides so yeah iv not really tried but any advice would be great thanks   

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6 minutes ago, Peter davies said:

just wondering if anyone could give me any advice

This could be anything I can categorically assure you. Worst case, your shoulder my be fractured length ways if that makes any sense. These don’t heal well and I’ve seen this injury in Rugby (the game not the town) it could also be any one of a plethora of different types of soft tissue injury.

Go back and see your GP and get referred for scans. If it genuinely hurts after 6 months like you suggest then you need to know what the problem actually is as peptides are unlikely to help with an injury that isn’t showing signs of improving.

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11 minutes ago, Sasnak said:

This could be anything I can categorically assure you. Worst case, your shoulder my be fractured length ways if that makes any sense. These don’t heal well and I’ve seen this injury in Rugby (the game not the town) it could also be any one of a plethora of different types of soft tissue injury.

Go back and see your GP and get referred for scans. If it genuinely hurts after 6 months like you suggest then you need to know what the problem actually is as peptides are unlikely to help with an injury that isn’t showing signs of improving.

so iv studied the area of where it hurts and closest place i can find is the end of the infraspinatus, like closest to my spine  side. if thats any better of a idea. i duno what could be as i could still use my arm it just killed at time using but they said it was torn muscle but never went back. thinking the usual it would go but seems to still bother me especially if i do shoulder press

 

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8 hours ago, Peter davies said:

 

so iv studied the area of where it hurts and closest place i can find is the end of the infraspinatus, like closest to my spine  side. if thats any better of a idea. i duno what could be as i could still use my arm it just killed at time using but they said it was torn muscle but never went back. thinking the usual it would go but seems to still bother me especially if i do shoulder press

 

Dunno bud. Sometimes where it hurts isn’t where the injury is. A gp is always likely to say something like “torn muscle” for a start.

It needs looking at by a specialist.

Good luck

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