Member Case Study: Anti-depressants and Performance

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photoWhen dealing with athletic performance and medication usage, there are three additional questions that must be considered.

Levofloxacin and the Risks of Tendon Injury

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photoInformation on how long the risk of tendon rupture persists after levofloxacin use is hard to find. Tendon rupture could occur as early as a few hours to as late as six months after the initial dose.

Blood Pressure Medications and Heart Rate Zones

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photoSome blood pressure medications will not allow you to get your heart-rate up into the proper exercise zones. Learn why and what you can do about it.

Antibiotics and Tendon Injury

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photoAre you on a course of antibiotics? A certain class of antibiotics, the quinolones, may put you at risk for increased incidence of tendon injury.

NSAIDs and Exercise

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photoNSAIDs are now starting to be used as an ergogenic aid to enhance performance especially before and during long endurance races and longer training sessions. Is this safe?

Member Case Study: Tapazole, Grave's Disease and Joint Pain

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photoJoint and muscle pains are a known and reported side-effect of Tapazole, and are not particularly dose-related or known to be caused by a particular action of the medication.
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