Creatine and Water Retention While "On"

  1. Creatine and Water Retention While "On"


    Didn't have any luck with this in the anobolics section, so maybe someone here can help.

    Its been suggested that the use of creatine while "on" can lead to an increase in gains. However, my question is....will the water retention associated with creatine monohydrate be "on top of/in addition to" any water retention that comes along with applicable AAS (i.e. Dbol, test, etc.)?

    I was going to use it along with my dbol/test/deca cycle but certainly don't need any more water retention. I could always go with another form of creatine obviously, but I've got the mono lying around and have responded well to its use in the past.


  2. Yeah the water retention will be in addition to the estrogen bloat. And yes creatine on cycle helps build more muscle than just being on cycle. Run some winny or dht type if you wanna decrease the bloat.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Screwtape View Post
    Here's the thread you should read...
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/suppl...s-wasting.html
    Yeah, read that a while back. Great article, and it actually convinced me to take the creatine on cycle. It just didn't address the bloat issue in relation to "additional" water retention. Screw it, I'll have some adex on hand if the bloat gets out of control.

  4. Taking something like creapure would actually help reduce bloat and improve cellular absorption cause there will be less byproduct to begin with....

    Plus its friggin cheap

    https://www.primordialperformance.co..._creapure.html

  5. Quote Originally Posted by radiodude View Post
    Didn't have any luck with this in the anobolics section, so maybe someone here can help.

    Its been suggested that the use of creatine while "on" can lead to an increase in gains. However, my question is....will the water retention associated with creatine monohydrate be "on top of/in addition to" any water retention that comes along with applicable AAS (i.e. Dbol, test, etc.)?

    I was going to use it along with my dbol/test/deca cycle but certainly don't need any more water retention. I could always go with another form of creatine obviously, but I've got the mono lying around and have responded well to its use in the past.
    Easy solution USE CREATINE NITRATE! It actually decreases water retention and gets you "dry".Perfect if you run sauce.Also the added N.O. effect will keep you full and pumped all day.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by more knowledge View Post
    Easy solution USE CREATINE NITRATE! It actually decreases water retention and gets you "dry".Perfect if you run sauce.Also the added N.O. effect will keep you full and pumped all day.
    x2 Creatine Nitrate won't bloat you, it gives a nice dry pump effect!

  7. Gonna have to read up on creatine nitrate. I like the sounds of it.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by wastedwhiteboy2 View Post
    Gonna have to read up on creatine nitrate. I like the sounds of it.
    Yeah,it's hard to believe a natural supplement can produce such results.There are some logs on it going in the supplement logs and reviews section.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by more knowledge View Post
    Yeah,it's hard to believe a natural supplement can produce such results.There are some logs on it going in the supplement logs and reviews section.
    These are the logs out at the moment.

    BIG BEAZY!!! With APS Creatine Nitrate!!!

    +APS CREATINE NITRATE+ (A SPONSERED EVENT)

    MidwestBeast Goes into Stim Detox with APS Plasmagen + Creatine Nitrate (sponsored)

    APS Creatine Nitrate - A Non-Responders Tale (Sponsored)
  

  
 

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