Iv shoulder impingment best part of a year now ,iv had phisio with 4 weeks off ( hell) when it first appeared ,and it always comes back , iv trained around it when bad and some shoulder exercises when its been good but limited movements i know what inflames it :/ im using deca now and i still feel it ,its not a cure ,so im gonna take dec and jan off 8 weeks ,fuckin killer see if it goes but if its calcium deposit il prob need op :/ , but hopefully time off traning and lenghty pct will help in long run ,positive thinkin ,best of luck bro
Finally, specific advice. If you are looking to juice for the first time, don’t get too complicated! I hear of people going out the first time and running 5 different drugs.. That’s crazy; there’s simply no need to do that, you can only grow so fast and there’s not much gained (except risk) by going poly drug. A great 8-12 week cycle for most men is 500mgs/wk of testosterone and .5 to 1mg 3X a week of Arimidex (depending on how you feel). That’s it. No need to over complicate things! Also, you need to get over any fear of needles. Oral steroids are ALL DANGEROUS because they need to go through your liver, and, because of that, they all stress your body a lot more than injections. It’s not that bad, I’ve been doing it 2X a week for years, you get used to it. Not the highlight of my day, but no worse than a lot of other things! If you just want to be sterile, 250mgs/wk of testosterone with .5 Arimidex 3X a week will do it for most men. That’s a high TRT dose, and will make most steroid newbies grow pretty well; but it’s low enough that most people can stay on it indefinitely. Oh, and, one other thing.. Get some Rogaine. 😉 That’s a real negative side effect of steroids, if you’re predisposed to male pattern baldness, steroids WILL accelerate the hair loss. Rogaine (or Propecia, if you can stand the sides) helps immensely.
Re: HPA axis. As above, EDS affects way more than ligaments; it is a collagen disorder, not a ligament disorder. Collagen is present throughout the body. I have had my stress hormones tested, because my BP was so haywire that pheochromocytoma was suspected. The stress hormones were all normal, it was the response to them that was flaky. I know of at least two other people who went down the same road. Of course, that is anecdote, not data , but there are studies of our autonomic response to being upright. Suffice it to say, that the response is far from typical, and is characterized by extreme fluctuations between sympathetic and parasympathetic systems, instead of the smooth response in normal people.