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Modified amino acids: Vasopressin is a naturally occuring peptide hormone - a chain of Amino Acids linked together. Desmopressin is a synthetic peptide with substitution of two different Amino Acids (cystine at the 1 position is changed to a deaminated form; and the arginine at the 8 position is the d form instead of the l form used in all naturally occuring peptides and proteins). ...Read more
No: Excess droteingoes into the toilet at the end of the day ...Read more
Depends: For congestive heart failure: doses range from 6-20 grams per day, as three divided doses. For chest pain (angina pectoris): 3-6 grams three times per day for up to one month. For preventing the loss of the effectiveness of Nitroglycerin (angina pectoris): 700 mg four times daily. For organic erectile dysfunction (ed): 5g taking lower doses might not be effective. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wouldn't recommend: Protein supplementation is not the greatest idea in teens. It really is much better for them to get their nutrition through food intake. These supplements are not well regulated and one can never be sure you are taking what they say. Also, protein supplements are stressful to developing kidneys. If you teen is wrestler ,body builder it is best to get the protein with meats, eggs, dairy, nuts. ...Read more
unlikely: Assuming that the source of the l-arginines that you are considering are reliable, then this is a basic Amino Acid which should be the same whatever the source. There is always a risk with unregulated products like this that you are getting less than the label says, or some hopefully benign adulterant to save money for the manufacturer. ...Read more
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