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I was wondering is decacor creatine better than cell tech hardcore gainer creatine ?

I was wondering is decacor creatine better than cell tech hardcore gainer creatine ?

Creatine: creatine is creatine. There are many adds out there about various forms of creatine. I am not aware of one being better than the other. Also there is much hype about the benefits of creatine. Indeed it has been shown in some studies to increase muscle mass but in others it has no effect. Demand to see these scientific articles that these adds tout before paying so much money. ...Read more

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Gotten catscan chest stomach / holter / blood tests cbc panel / cta angio / echo/ colon / endo doors / capsule end / MRI head vq scan pft all normal airway disease but headaches daily weak pulse ch tightness cancer? Am I crazy? zoloft safe to tak?

Gotten catscan chest stomach / holter / blood tests cbc panel / cta angio / echo/  colon / endo doors / capsule end / MRI head vq scan pft all normal airway disease but headaches daily weak pulse ch tightness cancer? Am I crazy? zoloft safe to tak?

Zoloft is safe.: If your tests are all normal, then you may be suffering from physical symptoms of anxiety. Some people are sensitive to sensations in their body, and others think they may have dread diseases. Zoloft is a safe med for your symptoms. In the elderly and persons on blood thinners or who have osteoporosis, Zoloft should be used with care and monitored more closely. ...Read more

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My 17 yo son has purchased: Test 600c (testosterone), Tren 75 (Finabolan), Var 10 (Anavar) and d-Anabol 25 (metandesenolone). Dangerous? Pls advise

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My 17 yo son has purchased: Test 600c (testosterone), Tren 75 (Finabolan), Var 10 (Anavar) and d-Anabol 25 (metandesenolone).  Dangerous? Pls advise

Yes, very!: If your son has "purchased" these anabolic steroids, in all likelihood, he is not under the management of his physician. Excess T from unsupervised use is very dangerous and can increase risk for heart attack, stroke, mood changes, etc. It can also render men infertile as well as shut down T production. Best to see family doc for evaluation. If he truly has low T, need to find cause first. ...Read more

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Frequent tachycardia, .04 troponin, qtc rec at 462, 474 and poor R wave progression (8), past mult embolisms - ref to cardiologist, what should I ask?

Frequent tachycardia, .04 troponin, qtc rec at 462, 474 and poor R wave progression (8), past mult embolisms - ref to cardiologist, what should I ask?

Ask Questions?: You need a complete cardiac work up including coplete exam, ekg, repeat blood tests including lipid, sugar, a1c hemoglobin, 24 hour holter monito, echocardiogram and more tests like stress test;angiogram if indicated and adviced by the cardiologist questions to ask 1what is wrong 2what will make you feel better 3any restrictions in activities 4any meds rx given 5and follow up care with the cardiologis. ...Read more

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Improving stamina: Your top five proven supplements? (Assuming normal blood tests, strict diet macros & daily cardio/resistance training at pro level)

Improving stamina: Your top five proven supplements? (Assuming normal blood tests, strict diet macros & daily cardio/resistance training at pro level)

No supplements: No supplements are needed nor would do you any good. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more

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Eet, ecg, troponin t, ultrasound abdomen, urine r, anti hcv, lipid profile are ok. But BP shoots to 150/110 daily.No dr can diagnose in pak. Guide me?

Eet, ecg, troponin t, ultrasound abdomen, urine r, anti hcv, lipid profile  are ok. But BP shoots to 150/110 daily.No dr can diagnose in pak. Guide me?

See below: You've not mentioned what your kidney function is. A serum creatinine is necessary. Are you overweight? This is assoc with htn. Do you have family members with htn? When your BP is elevated, what are you doing? BP should be measured at complete rest for 15 minutes. Do you have symptoms when your BP is high? Is it hot there? - that alone could do it. ...Read more

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I was diagnosed with testicular cancer on 7/22/12, removed 7/25/12. Blood work good, CT scan shows 4mm, 6mm, 12mm spot on liver, your thoughts, MRI 10/9?

I was diagnosed with testicular cancer on 7/22/12, removed 7/25/12. Blood work good, CT scan shows 4mm, 6mm, 12mm spot on liver, your thoughts, MRI 10/9?

Need treatments: Most likely you will have needle biopsy of liver lesion, fortunately the the chemotherapy is very effective be confident you will have excellent chance of remission, good example cyclist l armstrong speak to your oncologist. ...Read more

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Pt is prescribed testosterone pellets for low t, uses as directed, and tests at 3.77:1 test-epi. Anything unlikely/fishy there re:athletic doping?

Pt is prescribed testosterone pellets for low t, uses as directed, and tests at 3.77:1 test-epi.  Anything unlikely/fishy there re:athletic doping?

Probably not . . .: Check out http://www.Webmd.Com/fitness-exercise/features/steroid-doping-questions-answers. Wada considers 4:1 as maximum to be normal so 3.77:1 is normal whereas 11:1 as in article would be consistent w/using performance enhancing drug eg anabolic steroid. However, that doesn't make t pellet legal for competition, just that someone got lucky at that test. ...Read more

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Norm ultra & HIDA w/o eject fract in Dec; July HIDA 2 hours to reach GB, eject fract 20%, norm ultra. No bioident hormones in Dec, taking now, effect?

Norm ultra & HIDA w/o eject fract in Dec; July HIDA 2 hours to reach GB, eject fract 20%, norm ultra.  No bioident hormones in Dec, taking now, effect?

bad gallbladder : ejection fraction 20% most likely you have a bad gallbladder now if your symptoms are not severe you could treated with medication and diet but if you are having a typical biliary colic or digestive problems that not responding to medical treatment you need surgery ...Read more

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Powerport implanted yesterday into jugular vein to r atrium for chemo. Ok to do arm/chest exercises on total gym - weights/resistance. Waiting period?

Powerport implanted yesterday into jugular vein to r atrium for chemo. Ok to do arm/chest exercises on total gym - weights/resistance. Waiting period?

Consider not: Although doing some thing to the port is unlikely, caution would dictate not doing arm/chest excerzizes as it could cause problems. The most likely would be bleeding into the pocket which increases the likelyhood of infection. Additionally the catheter or port could be displaced. ...Read more

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Trouble breathing, rapid heart rate, EKG revealed flattened t waves. Doc ordered echo consulted cardio who added nuclear stress test. Is this serious?

Trouble breathing, rapid heart rate, EKG revealed flattened t waves. Doc ordered echo consulted cardio who added nuclear stress test. Is this serious?

SOB : The description doesn't provide enough specific information to know the problem. There may be heart abnormalities suggested by symptoms and tests which require further investigation. You should ask the doctors with the information specific to you. ...Read more

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Beta-1 globulin 5.5 g/l and beta-2 globulin 4.9 g/l . My doc couldn't explain these results to me?

Dr needs to answer: The doctor that orders a test should have a good reason for ordering it and should understand how to interpret the results. Sounds like communication between you and your doctor could improve. These results won't mean anything to someone who doesn't know why it was ordered and doesn't have the rest of your medical and information. Tell your doctor you still have questions. ...Read more

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,-2010- foley for surg prep for tibia&sh-caused renal failure &UTIsurg0 now-hemogl.bld work norm BP190/120 -90/39 nt. Sw. Nodule (hernia th-abd-3pain?

,-2010- foley for surg prep for tibia&sh-caused renal failure &UTIsurg0  now-hemogl.bld work norm BP190/120 -90/39 nt. Sw.
Nodule (hernia th-abd-3pain?

Unclear: I'm not exactly sure what your asking about, but if you think you have a hernia, ask your primary care for a referral to a general surgeon. You can find surgeons interested in hernia disease at the Americas Hernia Society website. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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Ex-27wk, trach, bpd, 7yo. Meds: duoneb bid, Pulmicort 0.5 bid, hypersol 5% bid, singulair, (montelukast) vestpt 20min bid. Reason4 new atelectasis? Maybe doin biops

Ex-27wk, trach, bpd, 7yo. Meds: duoneb bid, Pulmicort 0.5 bid, hypersol 5% bid, singulair, (montelukast) vestpt 20min bid. Reason4 new atelectasis? Maybe doin biops

Permanent airway...: First, congrats on making to age 7 a preemie who has obviously had a rough time of it. Child is on great meds and therap. However, despite all of these, your child likely has permanent and possibly irreversible changes in his airways that all the meds in the world are not going to change. You optimize what he has left and work with that. New atelectasis likely mucous plugging in inflexible airways. ...Read more