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Creatine And Hiv

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creatine, protein supplements and hiv meds

I saw that you've responded to queries about specific meds and creatine interaction, but are there any HIV meds at all that should not be mixed with creatine? Is there any interaction risk of HIV mes with protein supplements as well?...
Douglas T. Dieterich, M.D.

Response from Douglas T. Dieterich, M.D.

New York University, School of Medicine
I do not believe that there is any information about that. However, generally speaking there should not be any issues with a simple compound like creatine, if it is pure, with HIV meds. DTD... Read more »


Is it safe for someone who has aids to take creatin in order to build muscle tissue?... Read more »


Can we use creatine with warfarin. What will happen with INR?... Read more »
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Is Creatine useful to support treatment?

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
I read about creatine as good nutritional support in treatment and post-treatment especially in cases where muscle tissue needs building up (it is normally used as natural supplement by body builders). Does anyone have any experience with it, or... Read more »

Part 2

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
Sorry, I hope that you all understood what I asked, First of all my English S*cks. I can try to refrase my question. If you will be diagnosed with HIV or other sexually disease will you by law have to tell your CDC the names on all persons you have... Read more »

hiv & working out/bodybuilding

Posted by windycitypozdude, 2 Replies
hey everyone! i have always been a "working out," active kind of guy, and always been interested in getting bigger/more muscular, etc. i shy away from the term "bodybuilding" as for me that conjures notions of drug-enhanced muscularity that is... Read more »

Possible Hiv infected but no antibodies produced?

Posted by chris8178, 2 Replies
Could you tell me is it possilble to have hiv with out having antibodies produced post 6 months?

I had unprotected anal sex about 7 months ago and been having some major health (oral) issues.

I have seen a lot of doctors; 3 ents; 2 general docs; 1... Read more »