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Injury while on cycle


BrahmaBULL77
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So after trying to not go too heavy while on the last of my cycle, I injured my wrist while doing cable flys last thursday. I cant apply any forward pressure on my wrist(pushing down). Seems like its right where the thumb and wrist meet is where the most pain is. Maybe its either a stress fracture or an aggravated joint/tendon. Either way I cant bend my damn wrist up or down without pain. With an injury like this, I still have 6 more weeks of my current cycle(been on for nearly 12 weeks). Should I keep going and try to do as much as I can without reaggravating the wrist or start pct and heal up? I could still do cardio and very, very light back and normal leg days, but its looking pretty bleak on shoulders, arms, and chest. I know what I should do but i dont want to do it.
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rusher
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personally i'd stop the cycle, what's the point of stressing the body with AAS if you can't even train properly? just do it! good luck recovering.

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nEEd4wEEd
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^^what he said

plus, im pretty sure high dosed test reduces collagen synthesis, so theres another reason to get off.

GH might help a little though


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ready2explode
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I'd get it checked out before I made any decisions. Can you put any weight on it, even half of what you usually use?

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BrahmaBULL77
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Went to the Doctor yesterday and it isnt broken or even a stress fracture. Which is good news. It's a slightly sprained tendon. All I have to do is keep from grabbing anything heavy for a week and it should go away. I have worked out a couple of days on the machines to where I didnt have to rely on any stability/supporting muscle/joints/tendons that is required for dumbells. They gave me a shot of cortizone and some celebrex and its feeling a ton better. Im going to keep going on the cycle as of today. Just a lesson I have learned before and was ignorant enough to try again going super heavy.

The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather in a lack of will-Vince Lombardi


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jboldman
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get yourself a steel reinforced repetitive strees syndrome srist bace, they are very good at immobilizing the wrist joint. this should enable to to continue to work out at a reduced level while revcovering. it has worked for me in the past. as usual use your own best judgement to not aggravat it any more
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