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Will Cold Thermogenesis cause Muscle Enzymes CK levels to rise?

Discussion in 'Cold Thermogenesis' started by furface, Dec 29, 2012.

  1. furface

    furface New Member

    Just wondering if Cold Thermogenesis...especially when first starting out, will cause Muscle Enzymes CK levels to rise?

    I started my CT  therapy about 3 weeks ago, and last Friday I had a Muscle Enzymes CK blood test done (along with several other tests), and my result was 725 U/L from a Reference Range of <165 U/L.

    I repeated the test last night, and my result was 305 U/L from the same reference range.

    So my CK level had dropped over 400 points in one week, but when I saw a Dr. today, he said he wasn't really concerned, and that a fear of a possible heart attack wasn't a major concern of his, and said that the CT could have been an issue, but I'd like other viewpoints, esp Dr. Kruse if possible.

    I see my Diabetes/Endo Dr. on Jan. 10th, and he's the one who ordered the CK test in the first place, so hopefully he'll have more input as well.
     
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    No it will not cause them to rise......generally.
     
  3. furface

    furface New Member

    Thanks, Dr. Kruse. Damn, now I am a bit worried.
     

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