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Dr. Ed Friedlander answered:

Can taking any supplement for a period of time lower the natural levels of the supplement after it is all done? Creatine, glucosamine, vitamins, etc?

No

Medication
Not to my knowledge. I have never heard of a vitamin downregulating its binders / transporters.
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How can I naturally increase my creatine count?

Normal Kidneys

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High Creatine levels represent kidney disease or even failure. One wants low Creatine levels and your question thus makes no sense. Why would you want kidney disease?
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Dr. Ronald Krauser answered:

Based capsule & creatine is a natural health supplement. Should there be any health problems or side effects?

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Creatine is safe in small doses. It has no real value unless it is taken as part of an exercise program. People with compromised kidney function should probably avoid it.
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Dr. Brad Eilerman answered:

What kind of natural supplements an advanced bodybuilder needs to get lean and massive muscles at the same time, other than Whey isolate and Creatine?

No easy answers

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There are no supplements that cause lean and massive muscles. A diet high in protein and intense exercise is your best best. There are some supplements with extremely limited data which may support your efforts like coenzyme q and vitamin d -- don't expect a miracle though
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Dr. Dan E. Fisher answered:

My creatine is at 110umol. What can you advise me to do or take to decrease my crea or to stop it from increasing. Im a male standing at 5'10. 27 yrs?

Sounds normal.

Creatinine is a breakdown product of muscle and is a marker of kidney function. No single value of Cr is as important as the trend over time. If your creatinine is not trending then there is certainly no need to "manage" it. Your Cr is currently in a healthy range and unless you have some known kidney disease should not be a focus of concern..
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Dr. Dan E. Fisher answered:

How can I lower my creatine level?

Lots of water

Kidneys
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.
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Can caffine lower urine creatine levels?

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It can not
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Is there medicine to lower creatine levels, if so, what is it ? 45 year old female with uremia

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Female
Creatinine is an indirect marker of the filtration capacity of the kidney. Uremia is present in kidney failure. Unfortunately, no medicine can specifically improve filtration of the kidney
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Dr. David Drewitz answered:

Is drinking apple cider vinegar helpful to detoxify your liver? Does it lower urine ph levels and creatine? Is two days long enough to do this?

No

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There is no data to support this practice. Good luck!
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Dr. Gurmukh Singh answered:

What can effect creatine levels?

Renal disease

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The commonest cause of persistent elevation of serum creatinine is renal failure. Dehydration and drug toxicity are other common causes. See this site for additional information. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003475.htm
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