Supplements or Steróids?
Jun 9, 2014
Hello Nelson. I'm personal trainer, 1.90 cm and 100 kg. So, is difficult to keep the lean mass. So, ive been using lods of protein powder every day. I started Atripla 3 months ago and undetectable now. Ive never felt anything. Id like to ask, considering kidneys, if is it safer to keep muscles with steroids than using protein powder? Do u know some doctor specialist in London? thank you very much!
Response from Mr. Vergel
High protein intake may increase creatinine and alarm your doctor. However, this increase is not due to kidney dysfunction. The same happens when taken creatine supplements.
Anabolic steroids may also increase creatinine but this problem was not observed in anabolic steroids studies done with nandrolone and oxandrolone. They have certain side effects that are similar to those caused by testosterone: Testosterone and Anabolic Steroids Side Effect Management Table
The UK is very conservative in the medical use of anabolic steroids. I do not know any doctor there that prescribes them.
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