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I had an accident about 6 months ago which resulted in my left leg having about 50% feeling/strength below the knee. I saw some doctors and specialists who say I damaged my sciatic nerve. After doing some nerve conduction tests they told me it would get better but nerves heal slow and it will be about 18 months-2years. Has anyone had a nerve injury which healed faster using peptides or mk677? Thanks 

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On 6/20/2019 at 11:13 AM, Shelbysdad said:

I had an accident about 6 months ago which resulted in my left leg having about 50% feeling/strength below the knee. I saw some doctors and specialists who say I damaged my sciatic nerve. After doing some nerve conduction tests they told me it would get better but nerves heal slow and it will be about 18 months-2years. Has anyone had a nerve injury which healed faster using peptides or mk677? Thanks 

Take a look over on YT at Sam's Live Like a Viking  channel. I'm not 100% positive but I think he had a vid about his experience in that area.

Nerves do heal really slowly and often not at all. About 5 years ago I was "Forced" (ie do it or lose your pain meds) to undergo 2 epidurals and the butchers damaged nerves and were so cavalier about it saying "Oh no biggie, the sensation will return to normal in your feet and that area of your back that now has no sensation". I at least was able to put enuf gap into the process before a 3rd to point out pretty definitively that they hadn't at all helped and avoid getting damaged even further. 5 years later nope not even a bit  of the sensation that I lost has returned, and I doubt it ever will, at this point unless I can see positive results as you are looking for.

When the money is there and the list of things ahead in priority for me are covered I'll have a go at it.

Best of luck, man!

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