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Can I take maxilase (alpha-amylase 3000) and use salicylic acid patches at the same time? Thank you in advance
No drug interactions: ...were identified upon quick search of drugs.com, but you have provided us too little information upon which to base an educated guess--e.g. what's the condition you're treating, your other medications, or your general health (we don't even know your age!) to comment on the wisdom of the drug combination in question. ...Read more
My Daughter is experiencing fever38.5,running nose,cough and vomiting. she took panadol and alpha amylase for 2 days . is this enough to heal her ?
Sore throat, no energy.. I am taking clarithromycin & ibuprofen ( doctor prescrebtion) can i add alpha-amylase for my sore throat? (Maxilase)
Reference range: These ranges are set so that a few percent of healthies arbitrarily fall outside. A VERY low amylase might warn of a person who's lost their pancreas, but if this had happened, you'd know. Actually, labs are meaningless apart form patient histories and physical exams, and a high amylase is usually not a problem if you feel well. ...Read more
You don't: Amylase is an enzyme made by the salivary glands, pancreas and intestine and excreted into the gut to facilitate breakdown of starch into sugars. The blood amylase level is a balance between synthesis/release of amylase and degradation/elimination of amylase. In certain conditions, amylase escapes into the blood, raising levels. It is excreted by kidney so elevation can be seen in kidney disease ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can be pancreas infl: Amylase: enzyme made by pancreas and salivary glands. Elevation can be seen with pancreatitis, mumps, vomiting/bulimia sometimes with other GI (gallbladder, ulcer), gyn issues. Lipase is a somewhat more specific pancreatic enzyme. Mild elevations non specific, very high more specific marker of pancreatic inflammation. Kidney disease screws up the values. Incr. In cystic fibrosis, celiac, . ...Read more