Thunder's Place

The big penis and mens' sexual health source, increasing penis size around the world.

Does Creatine help/hinder/or not affect your penis and penis growth?

12

Does Creatine help/hinder/or not affect your penis and penis growth?

Hey everyone,
I am about to start using creatine monohydrate as a supplement to working out, and I was wondering if there were any adverse effects especially towards the penis? Also I going to let my 16 year old son to start taking it since he is involved in athletics himself in school. If someone could explain the proper way to use creatine it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you again so much.

Sincerely,
James


Hey

Hey there FunkMan,

I have never noticed any adverse effects of using creatine in as much as reduced hardons etc. Although I would point out the I haven’t kept very much data regarding its use alongside PE so couldn’t compare accurately(for me) its effects on gain/loss during a PE routine.

I can however give you a reasonable site to look at

http://www.absolute-creatine.com

Its also touches on the teenager subject :)

brag


||looking for something to .... about||

Creatine is a natural substance in your body, you’re simply increasing it. It does not effect bloodflow, nor does it directly effect muscle contraction. Its simply an extra energy source for the mechanical pathway to contraction of the muscle. I doubt it does anything at all to penis erections.

Will Creatine in any way effect penis size?


Hey

toot toot

Well, it’s not your penis, it’s your brain — but they say that’s the largest sex organ.

http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/natio…893_medi14.html

Muscle-builder creatine improves brainpower
People who took it performed better on tests, study finds

Thursday, August 14, 2003

Some athletes use it to build muscles. Now researchers have found that creatine dietary supplements can boost brainpower, as well.

Creatine, a substance naturally produced by the body, also is manufactured in a synthetic form that has become popular among professional athletes, including baseball sluggers Mark McGwire, Barry Bonds and Sammy Sosa.

Many amateur athletes and fitness buffs also use it, believing it allows them to train longer and harder because it releases extra energy for their muscles.

Creatine also makes people smarter, said Australian researcher Dr. Caroline Rae. Her study indicates that university students given 5 grams of creatine a day for six weeks performed significantly better on memory and intelligence tests than did a control group of students not given the supplement.

Rae said the findings suggest that taking creatine might help college students at exam time, or anyone who wants to boost mental performance.

However, the extra brainpower comes at a cost: The supplement causes flatulence.

“To be frank, taking the supplement can make you a considerably less fragrant person,” Rae said.

In the body, creatine usually is stored in muscle tissue, though there are small amounts in the brain. Our brains, like our muscles, need energy to work, said Rae, a researcher at the University of Sydney.

“We know that creatine plays a pivotal role in maintaining energy levels in the brain,” she said. “So, it was a reasonable hypothesis that supplementing a diet with creatine could assist brain function.”

Creatine is found naturally in meat, so Rae used 45 vegetarians in her study, to ensure they were not ingesting the substance through their diets. Half were given creatine for six weeks, the other half placebos. Both groups had a six-week break, then the researchers gave the placebo group the creatine.

The 5 grams a day the students were given is comparable to doses athletes or fitness buffs take.

She tested their memories by asking them to repeat, in reverse order, progressively longer sequences of random numbers.

Students taking the creatine could remember more numbers than those who were not on the supplement, on average 8.5 numbers, as opposed to seven. They also performed better on general intelligence tests.

The findings were published this week in The Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences in the United Kingdom.

But Rae said creatine should not be used as a lifelong intelligence booster. Researchers do not know whether taking it for long periods can hurt the body.

There is some evidence it may affect the regulation of blood sugar. France’s Food Safety Agency warns that it may increase risk of cancer.

Creatine supplements are banned in France but are available in Canada, the United States and many other countries. The substance is not banned by the International Olympic Committee.

###

So creatine - is the consensus this:

* It should be ok if you drink lots of water whilst taking it
* You take it for 6 week on/off cycles
* You give it a break for a while if you kidneys get sore.

?

When I am on creatine, I get an extra .25 inch. IT DEFINITLY can help becuase it draws water to your extremities. Creatine is so important to muscles cells, i dont see how it could hurt.

Quote
Originally posted by 8 isnt enough
When I am on creatine, I get an extra .25 inch. IT DEFINITLY can help becuase it draws water to your extremities. Creatine is so important to muscles cells, i dont see how it could hurt.

I’d say that’s mostly in your mind if that extra .25” you’re talking about is on your dick. There’s are little to no muscle cells in the penis that will be affected by creatine. That’s also why it won’t hurt PE progress.

The proper way to use creatine is up for debate. I’d say forget about the loading process. It’s mostly just wasting your money. 5-10 g every day in 1-2 servings will give you great benefits in delayed fatigue for high-intensity work. As for giving your 16-year old some, don’t. It’s not that it’s dangerous (if he’s properly hydrated that is and that can be a problem, most teens think soft drinks equal hydration) it’s just that most high-school sports have banned the use of creatine.


2010-01-09: BPEL: 19,7cm [7.75"] EG: 15,0 cm [5.9"]

2010-04-24: BPEL: 20,4cm [8.0"] EG: [???]

Quote
Originally posted by ebon00
I'd say that's mostly in your mind if that extra .25” you're talking about is on your dick. There's are little to no muscle cells in the penis that will be affected by creatine. That's also why it won't hurt PE progress.

The proper way to use creatine is up for debate. I'd say forget about the loading process. It's mostly just wasting your money. 5-10 g every day in 1-2 servings will give you great benefits in delayed fatigue for high-intensity work. As for giving your 16-year old some, don't. It's not that it's dangerous (if he's properly hydrated that is and that can be a problem, most teens think soft drinks equal hydration) it's just that most high-school sports have banned the use of creatine.

Teen’s should not use creatine.

But just so you know, I know my body-creatine makes my penis bigger. Every muscle cell in your body uses creatine phospate, even those in your penis-duh.

Yeah and some say water makes your penis bigger or heat makes your penis bigger. Hell, NO will make your penis bigger. L-Arginine will make your penis bigger but none of the are permanent so why waist your time?

This is a pointless discussion. If creatine would have made anyone bigger, we would have known about it. It would have been all over the web by now.

The “Duh” comment was completely uncalled for. We all try to get along here.

I’ll take the heat comment away from that. The jury is still out on that one.

I dont know about creatine, but during my first month of PE I gained nearly half an inch just by jelqing… all of this while on cyclostanozol (winni-v tabs). This is an anabolic steroid, and I believe that while this was in my system, it helped my dick heal quicker from the workouts. Or maybe it was just those quick beginner gains…?


Lata,

-Raptor15 (7.5"X6")&Rising

I guess more of the question I was asking was, WILL CREATINE HINDER YOUR PENIS OR PENIS GROWTH?


Hey

Hey FunkMan-

They get it- they really do understand what you were asking, and the consensus to your oft-repeated query seems to be, more or less, NO.

All things discussed here should be taken w/ a grain of salt tho, because a lot of this stuff is purely conjecture: nobody’s won the Nobel Peace Prize for PE yet, and all information is almost entirely anecdotal.

As far as giving creatine to a teen: that seems questionable at best, since their bio-cycles are still adjusting and changing. Have him wait ‘til he’s done growing at least.

Again, just my two cents ($0.03 after taxes…)


"The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt."

-Bertrand Russell

I’ve been taking cycles of Creatine for years now and have not seen any adverse side effects. I’ve seen good gains from both PE and weight training. I definitely think Creatine works. I heal much faster after a workout when I’m taking it.

I actually started taking Creatine when I was 17. I’m 23 now and have no negative side effects or any other health issues as a result. In my opinion and through my experience, I say it’s safe for you and your son to take and that it won’t hinder your PE gains. Good luck!

Top
12
Similar Threads 
ThreadStarterForumRepliesLast Post
Understanding cell growth for maximum PE gainsmiltonic24Penis Enlargement6406-08-2017 09:35 PM
Free Penis Enlargement InformationThunderSSPenis Enlargement005-13-2013 06:38 PM
The Mayo Clinic on PEwadzillaPenis Enlargement1810-04-2012 08:45 PM
A few questions on age and penis growth.GrowinPenis Enlargement Basics612-12-2004 04:17 PM

All times are GMT. The time now is 03:59 AM.