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Nutritional deficiencies that cause ankle tonswell

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Dr. Robert Donato
25 years experience Urology
Low Iron and Peeing: No, there are no known links between low Iron and urinary symptoms. Diabetes can increase urination by having increased sugar in the urine. There ar ... Read More

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
25 years experience Psychiatry
Pellagra: is related to lack of Niacin.
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Dr. Randy Baker
40 years experience Holistic Medicine
Alternatives to PPIs: PPI's can be great for short-term use but I believe it's unwise to use them for more than a few months as they don't cure GERD & their hazards gro ... Read More
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Dr. Ed Friedlander
44 years experience Pathology
Lunules: I'm glad you're health-conscious, but you need to stop reading silly nutrition myths on the internet. Many people don't have visible lunules, or have ... Read More
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Dr. Maya Vazirani
53 years experience Neonatology
No: true ankle clonus is related to brain injury and not vitamin deficiency the child needs to be evaluated by a neurologist
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Dr. Nestor Del rosario
34 years experience Addiction Medicine
Unlikely: Lithium causes problem with the balance of na and electrolytes through the kidney and , yes, can cause edema but mostly just electrolyte imbalances. I ... Read More
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Dr. Michael Kleerekoper
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Ankles: This is way to many and you need to se a good bone specialist. There is likely to be a quick understanding of your problem and quick treatment. Hope a ... Read More
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A 42-year-old member asked:
Dr. Marius Frasie
26 years experience Internal Medicine
NO: You can get headaches from prolonged sun heat exposure, doesn't have anything to do with deficiencies except for maybe h2o.
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Dr. Eric Fete
Dr. Eric Fete answered
22 years experience Emergency Medicine
Several: hyperparathyroidism, cancer, drugs (diuretics, lithium), too much vitamin D or calcium in the diet, kidney disease or a few.

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