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    Surgery September 13th

    Well I hate to donit but Iím having surgery on a partial rotator cuff tear and labrum ligament tear heís detaching my bicep tendon and moving it down so it wonít tear I could let it go but it will get worse so I wanna fix it now so I Csn continue lifting like I want had the same thing on my left shoulder in 2011 and it worked out so please to all my brothers and sisters I need support !!!! Iím still gonna be doing cardio and working my left shoulder and arm,juzt please say a word off support to me I hate surgery Iím 55 and I want it fixed before it gets worse thanks yall

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    Hope things go well for you! Heal up

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdubw44 View Post
    Hope things go well for you! Heal up
    Thanks man I really appreciate it

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    We are indestructible in the mind if we will.
    Don't let yourself get down there and the body will follow the head.

    good luck!
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    You know I am here and am wishing you a kick ass , fast recovery. I know it will be mentally tough and you may feel dirty sometimes with the damn pillow & sling. I always tell everyone to get the full body aloe clean wipes (full body size) . Best thing you can do is stay positive and realize the first three days post-op ďSUCKĒ and is painful and fuzzy! Hate it . Keep your hormone levels good and get yourself someone to hang out and help, if not. Definitely set the house up with everything super easy and buy a few new Pimp Robes! God bless


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    Best of luck and speedy recovery! Make sure you have stuff on hand to keep yourself occupied after surgery. Video games, books, movies, something.

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    Good luck

    Taking any suppz/peptides to heal faster?

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    Surgeons will do things to create the best outcome¬Ö.for them. Not always but usually I think. Not sure how into your physique you are but if aesthetics arent important, moving the biceps tendon down can be done to appear normal¬Öon a normal person.

    I had my labrum reattached from a 3/4 detachment in 2008. I specifically sought out a surgeon who treated athletes and a good part of his practice was SF Bay Area pro baseballers. He mentioned that he may have to reattach the tendon and said he would do it the best possible was aestetically. I made it clear that I may return to bodybuilding competition. My biceps are one of my strongest bodyparts so it would be very noticeable.
    With that in mind, he did not move the tendon and found a workaround. He did a fantastic job.

    Recently I had the same shoulder reassessed in hopes it would reduce pain and stop the asymmetry that is getting worse. The MRI concluded more labral tearing, full thickness-partial width tear of supraspinatus, moderate grade articular side tearing of the infraspinatus, anterosuperior and superior labral tearing and a bunch of other shit.
    What does this mean? The surgeon stated that surgery would correct this but NOT improve stability nor mobility. My strength, ROM and stability are still quite good, albeit painful.
    So even though my shoulder kills me at times and always hurts, surgery aint going to help.

    Just food for thought, man.

    However it goes, I wish you luck. And DO the PT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Multislacking View Post
    Best of luck and speedy recovery! Make sure you have stuff on hand to keep yourself occupied after surgery. Video games, books, movies, something.
    Porn mags too

    Lol jk

    Heal up brother...the hardest part of recovery is keeping your sanity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxmuscle1 View Post
    You know I am here and am wishing you a kick ass , fast recovery. I know it will be mentally tough and you may feel dirty sometimes with the damn pillow & sling. I always tell everyone to get the full body aloe clean wipes (full body size) . Best thing you can do is stay positive and realize the first three days post-op ďSUCKĒ and is painful and fuzzy! Hate it . Keep your hormone levels good and get yourself someone to hang out and help, if not. Definitely set the house up with everything super easy and buy a few new Pimp Robes! God bless


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    Brother thanks a lot man I knew youíd help me out slot !!! Ill keep in touch with you snd let you know how itís goes

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindlessWork View Post
    Porn mags too

    Lol jk

    Heal up brother...the hardest part of recovery is keeping your sanity.
    Iíll buy plenty is penthouses lol

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    The surgery will take a couple of hours. That's the easy part.

    The rehabilitation will take months...show patience. Don't be over zealous and follow the doctor's protocol.

    Challenge yourself but don't be aggressive.

    It can take a full 9 months before it feels "normal" to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Augustine5I View Post
    The surgery will take a couple of hours. That's the easy part.

    The rehabilitation will take months...show patience. Don't be over zealous and follow the doctor's protocol.

    Challenge yourself but don't be aggressive.

    It can take a full 9 months before it feels "normal" to you.
    Thanks buddy did for the heads ho

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    I always think about surgery and the worst part would be not being able to lift for a bit. Good luck and I hope its a speedy recovery. Get some legit TB500 and BP157 for a much, much faster recovery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CompoundLifts31 View Post
    I always think about surgery and the worst part would be not being able to lift for a bit. Good luck and I hope its a speedy recovery. Get some legit TB500 and BP157 for a much, much faster recovery.
    Thanks man Iíll try some of that

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