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Creatine and Kegels

Basically, I asked on yahoo answers but I got immature answers. Where is better to ask? Here of course, I am sure I will get more sensible and clear answers.

Does anyone know the effect on the PC muscle if you do kegels while taking creatine? I understand it is a muscle and in theory, shouldn’t creatine help make it big and strong?

Thanks for any answers, I am simply curious.

Exercising the BC (not PC, see this) is like exercising your abdominals. They get stronger, but not larger. Mainly because you aren’t normally working against a resistance. There’s no need to. So I doubt taking creatine would do much for making the BC larger. Exercise alone should make it stronger.

PEness, I’m not the bigger creatine expert, but, by what I know, creatine enhance water retenction in any muscles (striatus or smooth one). If my sources aren’t wrong, by creatine supplementing tissue get an augment of volume of about 2-4 % if striatus muscle (ex. : biceps brachialis), and 1-3% if smooth muscle, .

So, in theory, PC muscle should become, at least a minimum, thicker and stronger with creatine assumption.

Of what I heard of creatine (and saw) it’ll only help to have big muscles with no significant strength to them. I’m certain of one thing though, taking those kinds of products aren’t fabulous for the metabolism.


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I did daily kegels for a few months while going through a couple cartons of cell-tech. That was the strongest my PC ever got. It definitely doesn’t hurt.

Originally Posted by marinera
So, in theory, PC muscle should become, at least a minimum, thicker and stronger with creatine consumption *.


However we don’t exercise our PC muscles when we do Kegels, we exercise our BC muscles - as westla90069 just pointed out.

The theory would also hold true for the BC muscle. I have used creatine when on a heavy gym schedule. I have not noticed anything special going on with Mr. Happy when doing so.

I would advise against using creatine solely as a PE aid. If you’re also working out (in the gym, I mean) go for it. But if you’re just doing PE I’d say west is right.

*This is meant only for your English as a second language edification: assumption is the process or the result of assuming, you mean consumption which has to with consuming - in this case eating. :)


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Originally Posted by emorej

Of what I heard of creatine (and saw) it’ll only help to have big muscles with no significant strength to them. I’m certain of one thing though, taking those kinds of products aren’t fabulous for the metabolism.

So far this is my second week on creatine. There is no change in size, 6 pound weight increase and a lot of strength increase. It does cause a lot of water retention though.


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Creatine? Maybe in huge amounts could be hard on your kidney, and you could experience cramps. Creatine could lead to overworking, too, and can give you bad smell. Esogenous consumption (;) ) of creatine blocks endogenous production for six months.

Last time I checked your abs do get bigger, when you train your abs, just like any other muscles they will respond with size. Now comparing that muscle with the BC muscle I think is a little bit over the top. Creatine for your BC muscle? Like the others have said if you are using it for the gym and working out it makes sense, but strictly for your PE goals I don’t think this is wise. Creatine can give you the bloated feel but it does vary with the individual. I know a lot of guys who take 5 grams of Creatine every day, no cycling etc. It gives you mental energy, helps in your pumps, etc. I believe it is an essential product to the weight room, but like I said I don’t think it is necessary for the PE arena.

*Remember to drink lots of water!

Originally Posted by lovinthebeach5
Last time I checked your abs do get bigger, when you train your abs, just like any other muscles they will respond with size. Now comparing that muscle with the BC muscle I think is a little bit over the top. Creatine for your BC muscle? Like the others have said if you are using it for the gym and working out it makes sense, but strictly for your PE goals I don’t think this is wise. Creatine can give you the bloated feel but it does vary with the individual. I know a lot of guys who take 5 grams of Creatine every day, no cycling etc. It gives you mental energy, helps in your pumps, etc. I believe it is an essential product to the weight room, but like I said I don’t think it is necessary for the PE arena.

*Remember to drink lots of water!

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Oh abs do get bigger is it better to skip a day between ab workouts or do ab workouts everyday?


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Originally Posted by westla90069
Exercising the BC (not PC, see this) is like exercising your abdominals. They get stronger, but not larger. Mainly because you aren’t normally working against a resistance. There’s no need to. So I doubt taking creatine would do much for making the BC larger. Exercise alone should make it stronger.

Westla, for one time I do not perfectly agree with you.

According to your own link the BC is the one that pulls the penis into the body.

So you can do exercise against resistance, just as in the gym.

When I am performing my hanging routines using an upward hanging angle I often practice pulling the weight with my BC muscle. This seems to be the best fitness program ever.

The pc is of skeletal muscle type, therefore, creatinine should be just as effective as in other skeletal muscles, provided your training program is adequate,


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Originally Posted by aom91
So far this is my second week on creatine. There is no change in size, 6 pound weight increase and a lot of strength increase. It does cause a lot of water retention though.

You really shouldn’t notice a large amount of strength increase, It’s probably mental; you took the creatine and you think you’re stronger. Creatine does help a bit with strength, but more with squeezing out an extra rep or two and with faster recovery.

Your muscles “should” be a bit more inflated due to the extra water in them.

What is your creatine useage? Are you cycling it, or just doing the recommended dose once a day?

Originally Posted by ticktickticker
So you can do exercise against resistance, just as in the gym.

When I am performing my hanging routines using an upward hanging angle I often practice pulling the weight with my BC muscle. This seems to be the best fitness program ever.

The pc is of skeletal muscle type, therefore, creatinine should be just as effective as in other skeletal muscles, provided your training program is adequate,

Yes, you’re correct. I meant that during a normal kegel routine most guys do not use resistance and I do not feel it is necessary to use resistance in order for the exercise to be helpful or effective.

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