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minor bbl and lip revision in a few days. help. If anyone knows what bpc 157 or other peptides like sermorelin are - i want to take them post surgery

I am getting a very minor revision to dents in my butt after a bbl 1 year ago and minor lipo revision. i have questions - this surgery is in a few days. I take peptides called sermorelin and bpc 157 for healing - and was wondering how soon after surgery can i start taking them again? the bpc 157 is a long chain amino acid that usually heals torn muscles very rapidly. sermorellin is a peptide that stimulates your body's own production of growth hormone - rather than taking HGH.

Also - my doctors nurse wasn't responding to my emails and i kept calling, so she called screaming at me. I am now afraid to ask any questions to my doctors office and my surgery is this friday. I mentioned considering canceling surgery since she wasn't responding whether or not she got my lab tests from my other doctors who did them , and i wanted to know if i was cleared for surgery and i was getting scared. this is not normal behavior correct??

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Miami, FL
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  Cancel the revision!
July 12, 2016 8:46 AM

I would seek having my corrections done by another surgeon! (more)
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