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1stplace
03-13-2018, 08:11 AM
Does anyone have experience with the use of bcp-157 for shoulder injury (rotator cuff) and arthritis pain or any injury? Can females use it safely. I read it's very nontoxic but can't find to much on female use or success.

Hard Puff
03-13-2018, 08:39 AM
Not much info on use in females because it's still in early clinical trials, mostly for inflammatory bowel and related issues. It's a human-derived peptide, with no discernible toxicity or ill effects so far, so in theory should be as safe for women as it is for men. I can't speak to its efficacy in wound repair outside of bowel inflammation, though :)

pinning
03-13-2018, 08:50 AM
Of course they can use it. I know quite a few that have

1stplace
03-13-2018, 09:26 AM
Not much info on use in females because it's still in early clinical trials, mostly for inflammatory bowel and related issues. It's a human-derived peptide, with no discernible toxicity or ill effects so far, so in theory should be as safe for women as it is for men. I can't speak to its efficacy in wound repair outside of bowel inflammation, though :)

Thank you

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Of course they can use it. I know quite a few that have
Right on thank you