Does Regular Exercise Make The Pellets Dissolve Faster?

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Doug Says:


I have noticed that the Pellets dissolve completely in less then the 14 week period that is considered normal. After about 10 weeks and I can easily tell they are dissolved both by how I feel and that there is no sign of them under my skin.

I exercise with a fairly high level of intensity for about 1.5 hours a day 6 days a week. I am curious if anyone has heard that high volumes of exercise cause the pellets to dissolve faster. Can't seem to find anything on the internet about it.


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Verwon Says:

It's very doubtful, they are usually tested under various normal activity conditions, as a safe guard to make sure such a thing doesn't happen.

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Have you asked your doctor about the issue? How long do they usually last?

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CountryBoy Says:

My physician said that they usually last 2-3 weeks longer in most of his patients and he had not heard anything about exercise having impact to how fast they dissolved.

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Jim Says:

Were you ever able to confirm that your pellets dissolved more quickly because of exercise? I've been on pellets for 5 years now and this past February I started a Beachbody fitness program. Prior to this program, my pellets would last for 5 or 6 months. This past time, while exercising, they seem to have worn off after just 3.5 months. Just wondering if exercise does this.

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George Says:

I have also wondered if using a hot tub or sauna will shorten the life of the pellets. Nothing feels so good as a hot tub or sauna after a hard day, unless it is the pellets when stable. Any of you had experience with this?

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