Honestly if you are taking 1mg/kg then yes probably. I am taking less than that and my lower back hurts a lot..
Everybody is different. you may be able to continue your Jiu-jitsu w/ no problems, or you may not because you might get joint pain or other problems. just listen to your body..
I second that. ^You may not experience joint pain till like month 3, so you won't miss sport for the whole 6 months.I think the higher the dose.... the more the joint pain. A longer course on a lower dose might be better, if that's an option.You'll have to be prepared to make some big compromises.Good luck with whatever you decide..
Thanks for the replies, it's not so much the aches I'm worried about, I'm constantly aching anyway from my weight training, I find a few painkillers sorts that out.My main concern is that my skin will be very brittle tear easily when subjected to the stress of an armbar or a choke or even just from the chaffing of the Gi.What are peoples experience of this?.
Yea how is that going? I love rollin and I'm just starting 20 mg/day for Murad Acne Complex..
I started boxing a few weeks before I began Murad Acne Complex. I'm now in my second month (first month was 40mg, this month I'm at 80mg) and I have had no problems. I train 5 or 6 days a week. No joint/muscle pains or any problems with my skin...I just drink a lot of water to replace what I'm sweating out. Also, be sure to moisturize your skin, even if it doesn't FEEL dry yet.I was worried too when I first started, but it's been fine. I'd say keep doing your normal routine, and if you have any problems, talk to your dermatologist.Good luck!.
I've been having some lower back and ankle pain but I still am able to work out and do sports. I've gotten used to the lower back pain already so it's not a big deal. GL.
I recently went back to judo a month ago and have noticed a big difference in the gi/mat burns I get. Normally they heal up right away, but now it takes a little longer. I can deal with it as long as I don't get any gi burns on my face. Last Monday I got one on my chin. I got lucky and it healed up by Friday. It's the price we pay for being on the meds and training.