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BPC-157 Peptide Injections are being given a few times a month after being diagnosed with fibromyalgia. I have taken 2 so far and I will continue the others as long as I have the symptom for them.

I have read that some patients have developed a sensitivity to the injections however I am continuing with this therapy because I have been feeling a great deal of relief from the first 2. As for how long I will continue this will vary from month to month based on if I feel that I am beginning to get negative side effects. My question is will I be able to continue the injections or does it get to a point where the person is sensitive to them and no longer able to continue.

How often do you inject BPC-157?

I believe that the longer you get this treatment the more you can be sure that the injection will help you. I recommend that patients to take the first dose when they are experiencing severe pain because you can always modify the dose after it is given. BPC 157 Peptide Injections are being given a few times a month after being diagnosed with fibromyalgia.

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I have taken 2 so far and I will continue the others as long as I have the symptom for them. I have read that some patients have developed a sensitivity to the injections however I am continuing with this therapy because I have been feeling a great deal of relief from the first 2. As for how long I will continue this will vary from month to month based on if I feel that I am beginning to get negative side effects. My question is will I be able to continue the injections or does it get to a point where the person is sensitive to them and no longer able to continue. I believe that the longer you get this treatment the more you can be sure that the injection will help you.

What does BPC-157 peptide do?

I recommend that patients to take the first dose when they are experiencing severe pain because you can always modify the dose after it is given. That’s a great suggestion! I am going to take some time this evening to work on the first three injections I need for next week and make sure that I am able to do it. I have a new computer so I am able to work on them online which is nice! My question is this….if I don’t know if I have a side effect but I still want to continue on them….what do you think about taking some home to give on a temporary basis? If you have a pain free day and you want to try that out?

Is it safe to inject BPC-157?

I’m in Canada so it’s the same thing as in the US I believe that the longer you get this treatment the more you can be sure that the injection will help you. I recommend that patients to take the first dose when they are experiencing severe pain because you can always modify the dose after it is given. If you take home for a day and you’re feeling better, try it. I don’t know if that will work or not but I believe that they will work to some degree with or without side effects.

How long does BPC-157 stay in your system?

I think the side effects that I am getting are minimal and if I am able to work through them it could be a good alternative for some people. BPC 157 Peptide Injections are being given a few times a month after being diagnosed with fibromyalgia. I have taken 2 so far and I will continue the others as long as I have the symptom for them. I have read that some patients have developed a sensitivity to the injections however I am continuing with this therapy because I have been feeling a great deal of relief from the first 2.

How long does it take for BPC-157 to start working?

As for how long I will continue this will vary from month to month based on if I feel that I am beginning to get negative side effects. My question is will I be able to continue the injections or does it get to a point where the person is sensitive to them and no longer able to continue. I believe that the longer you get this treatment the more you can be sure that the injection will help you. I recommend that patients to take the first dose when they are experiencing severe pain because you can always modify the dose after it is given. If you take home for a day and you’re feeling better, try it.

Where should I inject BPC-157?

I don’t know if that will work or not but I believe that they will work to some degree with or without side effects. I think the side effects that I am getting are minimal and if I am able to work through them it could be a good alternative for some people. Thanks again for all the support everyone Thank you for your input! It’s good to know that there are alternatives for people like myself I don’t know if that will work or not but I believe that they will work to some degree with or without side effects. I think the side effects that I am getting are minimal and if I am able to work through them it could be a good alternative for some people.

Does BPC 157 help cartilage?

The following user gives a hug of support to bikiejoe:bikiejoe (14-06-2010) I have been taking injections of Peptide BPC 157 from Dr Ritter, in Germany, for a few years now. I’m not doing as well as I was originally but I’m doing much better than some other people I know. It’s amazing to see how one can start to feel normal again. It’s a very difficult thing to describe in words but it’s something which I feel that the Peptide injections have brought back to my life. I know what I’m feeling right now, and it’s something which I can’t describe in words. I’ve had my Peptide BPC 157 injections for 10 years now and I get injected every 8 weeks (4 weeks on and 4 weeks off). You do need to take the drug for 8 weeks as to see the full benefits of the drug.

Does BPC 157 increase testosterone?

When I first got it I was on the 4 weeks on, 4 weeks off schedule and I was so well then that I kept going on it and now I’m still getting injections, but now I’m on the 8 weeks on, 8 weeks off schedule. I haven’t noticed any benefits at all to being on the 10 week on 8 week off schedule. I’m on it now because my life has deteriorated again and I’m still feeling a lot of pain. I just want to get some relief from the pain. In doing this I’m also trying to avoid any serious problems, as this is a very long term treatment. It’s a difficult thing to say in the beginning because you don’t know if your body will hold up to the 10 weeks on, 8 weeks off schedule but if you can go on it for a year and a half and then take it off and not have any problems then you know that it works. I believe that the longer you get this treatment the more you can be sure that the injection will help you.

Why is BPC 157 illegal?

I recommend that patients to take the first dose when they are experiencing severe pain because you can always modify the dose after it is given. If you take home for a day and you’re feeling better, try it. I don’t know if that will work or not but I believe that they will work to some degree with or without side effects. I think the side effects that I am getting are minimal and if I am able to work through them it could be a good alternative for some people. The following user gives a hug of support to bikiejoe:bikiejoe (14-06-2010) Hi bikiejoe, I too am taking the Peptide injections currently (last one at the end of last month) and it has been a life changing experience for me. I was in chronic pain for so long and the injections have changed my life completely.

Does BPC 157 work orally?

I can’t explain what a huge difference it’s made. It has had the best effect on my physical pain levels that anything has done for me. It also made a huge difference to my mental pain levels. I am in so much pain every day, I can’t do many of the things I used to enjoy and I get so depressed. I used to be such a happy person and I can’t remember what life was like before the injections. I have been so down for so long that I don’t think I would have even thought about taking the injections. It’s been the most amazing thing to watch happen in my life. I still get injections every 8 weeks but I am currently back on 4 weeks on 4 weeks off. I have been taking them for 11 months now and I feel like I’m finally starting to get a bit of life back in my life.

Does BPC 157 help tendonitis?

It’s only a matter of time before I can start to function better again but it’s been an amazing experience so far and I can’t wait to see what will happen next. The following user gives a hug of support to bikiejoe:bikiejoe (14-06-2010) I’ve been taking Peptide BPC 157 for several years now. I had been in pretty good shape for the first two years but the third year I started to get really sick. I am still in the hospital but my symptoms have improved since I’ve started the injections. I got sick because I had just retired and stopped working. I am now looking for a job and hoping to start the injections again. I feel like my body is more stable now than it’s been in years. I don’t know if that will work or not but I believe that they will work to some degree with or without side effects.

Does BPC 157 raise blood pressure?

I think the side effects that I am getting are minimal and if I am able to work through them it could be a good alternative for some people. I believe that the longer you get this treatment the more you can be sure that the injection will help you. I recommend that patients to take the first dose when they are experiencing severe pain because you can always modify the dose after it is given. If you take home for a day and you’re feeling better, try it. I don’t know if that will work or not but I believe that they will work to some degree with or without side effects. I think the side effects that I am getting are minimal and if I am able to work through them it could be a good alternative for some people.

The following user gives a hug of support to bikiejoe:bikiejoe (14-06-2010) I’ve been taking Peptide BPC 157 for several years now. I had been in pretty good shape for the first two years but the third year I started to get really sick. I am still in the hospital but my symptoms have improved since I’ve started the injections. I got sick because I had just retired and stopped working. I am now looking for a job and hoping to start the injections again. I feel like my body is more stable now than it’s been in years. I don’t know if that will work or not but I believe that they will work to some degree with or without side effects. I think the side effects that I am getting are minimal and if I am able to work through them it could be a good alternative for some people. I believe that the longer you get this treatment the more you can be sure that the injection will help you. I recommend that patients to take the first dose when they are experiencing severe pain because you can always modify the dose after it is given. If you take home for a day and you’re feeling better, try it.

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