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Doctor insights on: Acetylcholine Chloride Dosage

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Dr. Leonard Stein
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Chloride (Definition)

Chloride is a negatively charged ion of chlorine found in cells and serum. Chloride is the main ion which balances out the positively charged ions ...Read more


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I take 60 mg of Furosemide every 3-4 days, what meq dose of pot chloride should I take with it? Have been taking 10MEQ ER Cap.

I take 60 mg of Furosemide every 3-4 days, what meq dose of pot chloride should I take with it? Have been taking 10MEQ ER Cap.

No specific dose: While furosemide (brand name Lasix) does cause you to lose potassium in your urine, not everyone who takes the medication has low potassium. It is best to talk to your doctor and get some blood tests done to see what your potassium is before starting supplementation. If you potassium is not low without the supplement, no need to add another pill to your daily routine. ...Read more

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What are normal ratios for phosphorus and chloride?

What are normal ratios for phosphorus and chloride?

Normal values: Chloride normal is 98 - 110. Potasium normal is 3.5 - 5.3 phosphate normal is 2.7 - 4.5 with children higher. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: chloride?

What is the definition or description of: chloride?

Electrolyte: Chloride is a negatively charged ion of chlorine found in cells and serum. Chloride is the main ion which balances out the positively charged ions - sodium and potassium. ...Read more

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How do they make potasium chloride?

See below: Naturally available. Can also be synthesised for medicinal purpose. ...Read more

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Chloride level was 101 in may but now is 93. Why the dip?

Chloride level was 101 in may but now is 93. Why the dip?

Serum chloride: Serum chloride concentrations change for only a few reasons - 1. Can dip if serum sodium dips also: will follow sodium. 2. Can dip if serum bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) rises: reciprocal change. 3. Chloride thus is a secondary anion -- it follows another ionic change as above. Discerning the primary cause is essential: sodium depletion, water retention (1.). Bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) retention, chloride loss (2.) Doc knows ...Read more

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How can I treat acetylcholine deficiency without medicine?

See physician: I'm not sure what you mean by this deficiency, and don't know about alternative treatments. This site is intended mostly for main stream physicians. I believe you should consult with your primary care physician, review whatever symptoms you believe are related to this, get the appropriate lab tests, and develop an accurate diagnosis first. ...Read more

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Chloride level 93 and normal range is 97-108. Probably nothing right?

Hard to say: Without looking at your other electrolytes having a slightly low Chloride is non specific. Please have your doctor go over these tests to make the best recommendations. Good luck ...Read more

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What causes a slightly low Chloride serum level? My level was 97. C02 was 29 which was slightly elevated.

Slightly low CL?: Most likely a variation within ur normal range. It is best to ignore slightly low or high tests when many are done. Eating, supine or standing, time of day, when u last drank water or took meds or how fast u were breathing or how the blood was drawn/ processed, squeezing hand before blood draw, breAthing too fast or too slow on purpose or from anxiety may change many blood tests. Recommend repeat ...Read more