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How Can I Dilute Steroids
Decrease frequency: At first creams are typically used twice a day. Once the condition is under control decrease to once a day and then when possible every other day. This is called weaning, similar to when steroids are used orally. It is better to wean than use stop and restart. Stronger creams should not be used on sensitive area such as inner thighs, armpits, face , because ti can thin skin and cause stretch marks. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Will my creatinine level raise from taking anabolic steroids? And will drinking lots of water bring it down for my drug screen that uses urine dilute
Both unlikely . . .: It's unlikely that anabolic steroids will affect your creatinine level, a measure of kidney function. Drinking water may decrease blood urea nitrogen (BUN) but not creatinine. Different drug screens test for different things. Most employers check for opioid abuse, not anabolic use, unlike sporting oversight groups. Unfortunately, there's no way to get stuff out of your system any faster or hide it ...Read more
I have been prescribed oral steroids 6 times within a year. Should i be concerned that this might cause other health issues.
For What?: Short courses of steroids usually do not cause serious side effects as long term use of steroids.We do not know what your condition is for which you were prescribed steroids and how long the course has been and what was the dosage discuss your cocerns with your treating doctor and I am surehe/she can explain to you why you need it and what health issues if any it can cause. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Several, but: There are a # of natural steroids in foods, but they may or may not actually act as a steroid when digested: raw oysters, pine nuts, figs, almonds, asparagus, avocado, bananas, celery. Eggs, fish and meat have small amts of estrogen and testosterone (both steroid family). Precursor of estrogen (17a estradiol) in hops used to make beer. Soy-phytoestrogens. Black cohosh-none (if it works, ?). ...Read more
Reduced inflammation: Corticosteroids, like cortisone, bind to the steroid receptor inside the cells. This causes the activated steroid receptor to block the formation of chemicals that promote inflammatory immune system reactions. Therefore, steroids help with the inflammatory reaction in any disease process that includes inflammation. This can range from rheumatoid arthritis, to asthma, to sunburn. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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