Hey fastIf you ask vexen nicely, he could send you the link for the torrent to download. You can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you like. When I start doing mine, I will start videotaping my sessions to show others for assistance. As for the test, I'm gonna inject 50ml every 5 days. The most important thing to know is the anatomy of the joint, and also to pinpoint where your problem areas are. It's best to get an mri if you can, if not, go to the area of the joint with the most pain. By studying my prolo doc's injections, I have found the areas that I feel works and the areas that don't. You guys down in the United States are lucky as in the fact there are prolo docs that will inject test, but unfortunately here in Canada, it's against the law without a prescription, and even then I don't know any promo doc that would be willing to use it off label. My opinion though is you would be better off asking Irentat, as he has the most experience on here doing these injections, where I havnt started yet, and wouldn't want to give you the wrong advice. Good luck!
Flowride,Vexen is probably right, get in touch with him, or I'm sure he has probably contacted you by now via email. I will get in touch with you as well. Good to start a circle of friends to help each other out. I'll send you some interesting links I have, in the meantime, study your prolotherapist like a hawk. Ask him a million questions, and even tell him you are considering your own injections, as he may be able to give you good advice. Just an update on my progress: Once a month injections of b12, hyaluronic acid, and ozone. Hack squatted 200lbs for 3 sets 10 reps, very proud of that since a year ago was lucky if I could do 100lbs. Starting a var/clen/t3 cycle to get my muscles kick started for summer. Have tentatively set my first injection of test suspension in my knee on July 23. The next twelve weeks gives me time to learn some more and build the courage to go through with this. Hard to believe 2 years ago at 30 years old I was considering a partial knee replacement.