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rmcgrady
02-24-2016, 11:00 PM
Hey everybody, I've been away for a long time and I've been struggling for a while now and I have finally done all the damage I can do. I had my consultation with a neurosurgeon that actually said that I should have had surgery back in 2012. My question is has anybody had this type of surgery and I was wondering if TB-500 was a good investment? I am not to familiar with peptides but I have heard some good things about this one in particular, just none regarding my type of surgery. I have lost significant amount of strength in my left side and was wondering if this peptide was worth it when it comes to nerve compression situations. Please any advice would be helpful, thank you.

longus
09-12-2018, 09:27 AM
Hey everybody, I've been away for a long time and I've been struggling for a while now and I have finally done all the damage I can do. I had my consultation with a neurosurgeon that actually said that I should have had surgery back in 2012. My question is has anybody had this type of surgery and I was wondering if TB-500 was a good investment? I am not to familiar with peptides but I have heard some good things about this one in particular, just none regarding my type of surgery. I have lost significant amount of strength in my left side and was wondering if this peptide was worth it when it comes to nerve compression situations. Please any advice would be helpful, thank you.

I see no one replied to your post so, I hope you get a chance to read this. Peptides can help if you can find legit ones. TB 500 has a mix review. I would consider CJC 1295 with dac and BPC 157. to help with healing after surgery.