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Metal: The metal crowns are more durable than the porcelain crowns. ...Read more
Aluminum oxide from a cutting disk is coming out of my husbands jaw about a month after surgery. What should I do?
See a doctor: Not sure the surgery that he had or what led to this, but he needs to see the surgeon that he had for the operation or an oromaxillary surgeon soon. ...Read more
No.: Generic ranitidine is c13h22n4o3s . According to the manufacturer's website additional inactive ingredients in zantac include hypromellose, magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose, synthetic red iron oxide, titanium dioxide, triacetin. There is no aluminum. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Aluminum Level: This is the amount of free aluminum ion in the blood stream. Aluminum is highly toxic if blood levels are elevated above what is considered normal for the laboratory conducting the test. ...Read more
Can you "reverse" effects from aluminum exposure by not using it anymore? Worried that I have been using foil almost daily to cook for past few years.
Not necessary: Are you referring to the azheimers hypothesis or the metal accumulation issue. Doubt that you have anything to worry about, unless you have notable sx that would require evaluation and testing. ...Read more
High metal content: Well it depends what you are talking about. We are not supposed consume high amounts of aluminum. It is usually found in the water and deodorant. In general metals are harmful to us. This is why its better to drink bottled water than tap. Heavy metals are more dangerous. If you consume too much aluminum, it could deposit in tissues...Not good. Hope this helps. Detox! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Made sweet potato on aluminum foil and ate the skin 4-5 nights/week for past 2 years. Will that have a lasting health effect?
Don't worry.: I know that there is a lot hysterical stuff online about aluminum; but while results aren't entirely conclusive, the overwhelming consensus is that there's little cause for worry. Any leaching from foil accounts for only a fraction of the amount considered safe to ingest daily through food, drinking water, and medicines (some antacids contain aluminum, as does most buffered aspirin). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Great question: I commend you on your awareness and thoughtful avoidance of aluminum exposure. Granted, the most effective deodorant/antiperspirant combinations contain aluminum. In most people, a clean diet with regular exercise will naturally decrease the amount of sweating and reduce offensive body odor. Cornstarch is an option for absorption of excess moisture during the process of changing lifestyle habit ...Read more
No: Dialysis dementia resulted in part from aluminum toxicity but that was introduced in fairly sizable amounts into the bloodstream itself. There's a "pop" claim about aluminum in drinking water "correlating with" Alzheimer's but when I chased down the actual article it showed a NEGATIVE relationship, the facts being misrepresented by the scaremongers. I decided it was noise -- no real relationship. ...Read more
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