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    concerned about high creatinine levels

    my numbers are 50% higher than the 1.25< range they are supposed to be when i test creatinine. what should i do? i am not even on steroids right now, but i work out 5X per week. my doctor wants me to do more tests and they cost like $2K. steve please help

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    Quote Originally Posted by grecgab120 View Post
    my numbers are 50% higher than the 1.25< range they are supposed to be when i test creatinine. what should i do? i am not even on steroids right now, but i work out 5X per week. my doctor wants me to do more tests and they cost like $2K. steve please help
    elevated creatinine levels are normal for people working out at high intensity and many times per week however if you are working out more than five times per week, you are overtraining, and that can be a big issue as well man





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    Dylan is correct. Take a week off and have the basic test done again.

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    your doctor is an idiot.

    the problem with 99.9% of doctors is they don't work out at all unless you consider golf or boating a workout. they don't do their own yardwork, nothing. lazy fucks. so they have no clue that when you do workout you are breaking down and repair muscle day in and day out. even on days you don't work out you are still doing it. so OF COURSE your BUN and creatinine levels will be elevated. that is NORMAL.

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    I agree with Steve on this one. People donít realize, a Dr. doesnít know everything about everything. Chances are heís general practice or a PA (from my experience). An endocrinologist are slightly better at the analysis of bloods but at the end of the day those drs donít have a ton of athletic patients and just donít know.

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    Similar to when guys get this while supplementing with creatine, I recommend you take a couple weeks off training, run the test at that point, things should be back in the normal range then.

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    These levels are normal for someone training hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Rogers View Post
    I agree with Steve on this one. People donít realize, a Dr. doesnít know everything about everything. Chances are heís general practice or a PA (from my experience). An endocrinologist are slightly better at the analysis of bloods but at the end of the day those drs donít have a ton of athletic patients and just donít know.
    i agree, nice post





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    steve has you covered but i'm wondering where you are working out 5 days a week during this pandemic. you are a lucky man. home gym?
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    It's normal for everyone in this lifestyle

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