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    caffine ... sub q water?

    is caffine mostly responsible for sub q water loss?? I read that is, but obvioulsy too much of it too ofter will result in intramuscular water loss

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    It does not specifiically alter Sub Q water. It dehydrates you everywhere, including muscles indiscriminantly.

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