Why Would a Teenagers Drug Test Have Positive Results for Creatine?

Question by babygurl: Why would a teenagers drug test have positive results for creatine?
a friend suspected drug abuse with his teenage son (age 15), when tested yesterday (after almost fainting at school with chest pains and other symtoms), the doctor told my friend the only positive result was for creatine. the teenager is not a body builder nor would he have any reason to take creatine,nor does his father know how he got a hold of it. i suspect that this teenager is abusing a legal drug and is using the creatine to enhance it’s effects. any ideas? am i on the right track?

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Answer by timestalker78
maybe he wants to build muscle

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