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Creatine Monohydrate Warnings And Recalls
No single best optio: There is no best. Any reputable brand will do just fine. Don't forget that for it to be best for you, you have to be able to afford it & obtain it. It may be the "best" but if it's too expensive or can't be imported into japan, then it's useless to you. ...Read more
Cell Tech: I have tried to look up the ingredients in creatine cell tech and can not find them. I do not have a bottle. There is a lot of hype about differents forms of creatine but to my knowledge none is better than the other and they all cost a lot more than just plain creatine. Creatine is creatine whether it is monohydrate or another form. Demand to see scientific articles proving one form is better ...Read more
Creatine.: Creatine in doses of 1000 to 5000mg daily has been shown to increase muscle mass, muscle size and muscle energy stores. Creatine must be taken with lots of water throughout the day, and doses must not exceed 5000mg daily to avoid impairment of kidney function. The dose can be taken all at once, preferably after exercise to facilitate ATP store replenishment in the muscles after exercise. ...Read more
Would like to take creatine monohydrate will it be safe? I have a tendency of high b.P. For 2 months in winters not on any medication
No. ..: Consuming such supplement should not affect your semen volume or sperm quality. But its commons use for bodybuilders and athletes has made many people to link its use with steroid and lead its users to unnecessarily worry about possible effect on sperms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some...: Since creatine monohydrate is merely a common nutrition supplement for body builders, there could not be the possibility to negatively affect prostatitis which denotes pathologically having some inflammation in the prostate tissue. Yet in fact, most of cases diagnosed as prostatitis have no inflammation or infection at all but just have age-related lower urinary tract symptoms. More? See uro-doc.. ...Read more
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One concern with continuous supplementation the body might decline in its ability to produce creatine on its own.
Another issue concerns the other ingredients that accompany creatine in various supplement products. You should compare labels of competing brands carefully to determine whether you feel comfortable with the other ingredients. ...Read more
It can!: Creatine supplementation is safest when used after puberty. Young bodies are still developing and are more susceptible for to strain and injury while using creatine supplements. They are also at a higher risk of kidney damage if they use it on a consistent basis. Teens may not use creatine responsibly and use should be closely monitored by an adult if used at all. ...Read more
Will taking Creatine Monohydrate adversely affect my Ulcertaive Colitis? (e.g., cause flares, etc.)
Can creatine monohydrate helps in gaining weight? What are the side effects? How much should be taken?
Creating mono hydrate is mostly used to improve exercise performance and increase muscle mass. Many people who use creating gain weight because it causes the muscle to hold water. Side effects include stomach pain, nausea, diarrhea and muscle cramps. Using it with caffeine may increase chance of stroke. Should not be used by diabetics or kidney patients. Dose depends. Plenty of water needed.
Took creatine monohydrate for a longer time and I paused for two months. My creatinine test was about 114umol/l - 116 for a few times. I'm training hard?
I am23 years old and I am thinking to take a creatine monohydrate supplement. The dose that I would take is 2-3gr/day for a month. Does creatine damag?
Don't be a sucker: There are many fads in sports fitness. This is one of the useless ones. Why tax your kidneys for nothing? Avoid it entirely. Exercise correctly to build muscles. ...Read more
Decrease sperm count: There is some suggestion that creatine monohydrate supplements may decrease sperm counts; although, there are some reports that suggest that it does not. I guess to some degree it may depend on the amount that is taken. If you are attempting pregnancy probably should avoid it just to be sure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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