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Peptide SAM-PD injections, TH1 TH2

readyforlife

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Has anyone tried peptide injections? I've tried alot of things through the years and last week I went to my doctor and he wants me to try Peptide injections. I would have one injection each month for a year. The peptide injection he would be using is SAM-PD, has anyone tiried this before? My Doctor said that it rebalances the TH1, TH2 system. I guess it calms down the TH2. I was on Heparin for six months and I felt really good on it. The only reason I stopped injecting heparin is because I was tired of having to do it twice a day everday. It would be so much easier to just have a peptide injection each month.

Has anyones doctor talked about the importance of controlling the TH2? If so what did their doctors put them on to stop the TH2? I'm wondering what the Dr. Klimas has to say about controlling the TH2.
 

readyforlife

Senior Member
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I posted this a year ago and know one responded. I was hoping to bump this post to see if anyone has tried the peptide injections. I didn't try the injections because of the cost but i'm going back to my doctor in October to talk about doing the injections. I'm at the point if the injections can a least stop the crashes I would be willing to pay $325 a month for life.
 
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