After about a week of taking the collagen, I noticed my nails were thicker and stronger and were growing faster. Usually, my nails break and tear off after they grow, but after drinking my collagen, they were growing nicely and faster than normal. In fact, when I got a gel manicure, which is supposed to last up to two weeks, my nails grew out after about eight or nine days, leaving the bottoms of my nail beds exposed. Although it was annoying having to get my nails redone, it wasn’t a bad problem to have!
Collagen is also supposed to help with joint pain. Although I (luckily) don’t have chronic pain in my joints, my knees do flare up from time to time ever since I ran a half marathon a couple years ago. I also get some soreness in what feels like the bones in my legs a couple times a week, usually after a run or intense cardio session. If drinking collagen would ease this pain, then I was game.
Echocardiographic measurements obtained at pre‐ and post‐bypass visits are outlined in Table 2. Due to limitations in scanning windows and poor image quality, interpretable echocardiograms were obtained in 12 of 15 patients. Transmitral E increased from 76±19 cm/s at pre‐bypass to 83±19 cm/s at the post‐bypass surgery visit while no significant increase was noted in transmitral A. The mean intra‐individual change in transmitral E was 15 cm/s, with 95% confidence interval 3 to 26 cm/s. The increases in transmitral E were significant for the effects of saline (P=0.005) and surgery (P=0.002). There was also a significant increase in the early diastolic mitral annular velocity e′ (P=0.02 for effect of surgery). However, the E/e′ ratio did not change after surgery (Table 2). Left atrial diameter showed a trend towards decrease at the post‐bypass surgery visit (P=0.3).

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