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    JoeGuns27 is offline Junior Member
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    Competition Bros I need your help (Diuretics)

    Hey guys whats up...I have a show coming up in about 1 week and I am thinking about using a mild diuretic for the show....I have heard that if you are very lean around 4-6% bodyfat that adding a diuretic will make u shredded like no other....Well I want to use it but I am very scared of going flat for the show, losing to much size, and looking like crap!! however, I have aldactone (25 mg) which I have been hearing is a very mild diuretic...I have talked to Mike XXL and he gave me the proper dosages which was great advice so I know how to use it but now my questions are....has anyone tried this diuretic pre competition? have you ever went flat, lost size, lost muscle pumps or cramped? I just am very nervous and would like some input, I have 2 days to make up my mind.....thanks guys!! any advice is very very welcome!!

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    might get more help in the BB forum

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    You picked a good one in my opinion to use for your first time. It's potassium sparing so you would be less likely to cramp up. I would go with the dosages xxl told you. by the way, DONT add any extra potassium when using aldactone.

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    JoeGuns27 is offline Junior Member
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    thanks bro...im pretty shredded right now but how much do u think this stuff will add to the effect?

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    Aldactone is quite weak compared to a loop diuretic (such as Lasix).
    I wouldn't supplement w/ any extra potassium, however, to prevent a hyperkalemic state (too high potassium).

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