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Does Creatine Affect Growth
Those agents that may accelerate bone growth initially tend to cause stunting later like steroids. The evidence to suggest creatine causing increase in bone growth is weak at best.
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http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/drugs-supplements/creatine/evidence/hrb-20059125 ...Read more
Can nitric oxide help build your muscles or should I use creatine. Will they both support muscle growth if so witch one helps more and if I can take t?
Wow, this is wrong: Ok, let us start with creatine. There is creatine supplements which give a temporary boost and yet, Maria Sharapova was taking a pill to get rid of creatine as a performance enhancer. This tells you how ridiculous the nonscientific supplement field is. Nitric oxide is broken down. You cant get a supplment for it, except viagra (sildenafil) stops its breakdown. That opens up lungs and is useful in sprints. ...Read more
Is drinking creatine-powdered drinks very helpful in promoting muscle growth? A med school friend said it wasn't worth possible damage to kidneys.
Is creatine monohydrate good for a 16 years old body builder or it can stunt the growth or hurt the kidneys and the livers? Answer me please
Must be done right: You can overdo creatine at your age. While it will not stunt your growth, in excessive amounts and without proper fluid, it can stress or be harmful to your kidneys. With any supplements in childhood and/or adolescence, you should check with doctor before starting and discuss your goals and desires as to why you want to use this and if this is the best option for what your goals are. ...Read more
Hi I am 16 years old teen can I use creatine monohydrate and bcaa and whey protein? Or that will effect my height or kidney or livers growth badly?
Bcaa: These products are touted for body building and muscle building. The problem is that we don't know the longterm effects these substances have on a growing adolescent. For example seizures have been reported with its use. ...Read more
Never: These products are not FDA regulated. The safety profile is not known. Talk to your PCP and know your health status before using any supplementation. Creatinine protein shakes are popular supplement among body builders who are trying to add muscle mass. Excessive of creatinine use and muscle mass will put a burden on Kidney and cause kidney failure. ...Read more
No reason not 2-: -if that's the way U DO IT, NO PROBLEM. ...Read more
I going to gym from one year or so. I'm 5'9 and weight is 68 now I want to take it further and thinking to take creatine can u tell me do's n don't?
Can work: creatine seems to work by allowing more water storage in the muscles. So if your goals is looking bigger, this is a temporary fix (it goes away when you stop taking the creatine). but if you are looking for long term fitness, there is no "magic" supplement. Before starting any supplement, please see your primary care provider. ...Read more
Nonsense: Serum creatinine in the US is measured in mgs%. In England and other countries it is measured in micromoles%. Normal serum creatinine is 0.6-1.2 mgs%. The value of 77 mg does not make sense. Is this a measurement from urine or serum? If it is a urinary collection is it timed ie 24 hour collection or spot collection. ...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
No: At your age, this is something I would watch, but it could be caused by you not drinking enough water before getting your blood drawn. If everything else looked good on your labs, then make sure you drink a glass or two of water before going to the lab next time and see if it goes down. ...Read more
Lots of water: If high cr is due to intrinsic kidney disease, there is no way to realistically change it and no benefit to trying. Creatinine is not the problem, the broken kidney is the problem. If you lose a lot of muscle mass your creatinine will drop and you may drink a lot of water but these do not fix the kidney. ...Read more
Controversial!: Talk to your md before taking creatine or creatine supplements. Creatine use in high school and college athletes (esp. Football and track)has increased tremendously in the past 15 -20 years. Some studies suggest increase performance w/ creatine use in short, " burst" type activities such as sprinting. They are" legal" by ncaa ; but cannot be dispensed by the college. Side effects? Cramping/wt. Gain. ...Read more
Use appropriately: Creating is naturally found in the body and is important in the process of supplying the energy for muscles to work. When used appropriately, can be helpful in refueling the muscle immediately after a work out. However, one of the side effects is drawing water into the muscle tissue and out of circulation basically causing a relative dehydration.Muscle cramping, stomach cramping and nausea can occur. ...Read more
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