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Ammonium muriaticum: Ammonium muriaticum is a homeopathic remedy which might be used for a person suffering from chronic suppressed grief, along with hatred and resentment that makes others shy away. They have difficulty weeping. They are very critical of others, pointing out every error. A professional homeopath would take the case deeply, in order to be sure the remedy matches the person's problem well. ...Read more
Nothing Usually: Calcium hydroxide or slaked lime is commonly used in food preparation and in sewage treatment. Side effects of acute exposure are; swallowed: chemical burns of esophagus eye exposure: blindness and burns skin exposure: burns inhalation: bronchitis, cough treatment is avoiding exposure and washing the affected area. No chronic exposure issues however. ...Read more
It may help a little: but it can be irritating as it is an acid and the skin under arm is thin ...Read more
My daughter is six month old she is HB level is 6.1 and ammonium urates crystal is many pleas guide me for her health?
Talk to pediatrician: Urate crystals are normal & sometimes confused with blood. Hemaglobin level is low & likely combination of natural dip in Hb during first few months of life & diet. She may require iron supplement to her formula, or iron drops if breast fed. Bottom line is that it's best to discuss this with her pediatrician. You are always free to change Drs if UR unhappy with present one! ...Read more
Over the nerve: Calcium hydroxide is used as a base to cover an nor peeve that has been exposed by dental work (in an effort to clean out decay) or it is place in an area that is very close to the nerve without the exposure. It acts like an insulator under a filling or a temporary filling. It is hoped that the tooth will self heal and reduce the possibility of a root canal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes : In general children over the age of 2 can use that cream once or twice a day. The most important thing is to try and determine the reason it is needed. There are many skin conditions that will respond well to that lotion but others that may respond better to something else. Having a provider examine her first can be helpful. ...Read more
Chemistry: Yes. Let's do 2nd opinion and figure it out. ...Read more
Healthy Skin: Ammonium lactate is a combination of ammonium hydroxide and lactic acid, acting as moisturizer for the skin. Urea acts by loosening skin thick or scaly skin cells allowing them to shed. This combination is often used to treat rough or scaly skin conditions like those found in eczema and psoriasis and can also help soften callouses and dry/cracked skin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Help please. Could ammonium lactate cream 12% cream cause outbreaks on face and chest if used there?
Possible: It could definitely cause irritation and drying as it is a relatively strong acid. To what type of outbreaks are you referring? ...Read more
In my country they soak some kind of fruits in lime water (calcium hydroxide) to make it crispy jam
Is it healthy to consume that?
Yes: This stuff is made up of normal body constituents. ...Read more
Not for long term: Side effects include hypermagnesemia which could cause heart rhythm trouble. Hypermagnesemia occurs specially in persons with slow kidneys. Would suggest alternating it with other cathartics if you have constipation. Several options exist i.e. Senna preparations, plymerizedethylene glycol preparations called MiraLAX (polyethylene glycol) or its generic form, flaxseed oil, and prune juice. May check with pharmacist too. ...Read more
No it is not: No it is not habit forming but some people tend to use it over long period of time to help move bowels. ...Read more
No: http://www.medicinenet.com/ammonium_lactate_topical/article.htm is a good article. In general it is best to not use creams in the vaginal area as they are easily absorbed unless it was prescribed for that reason and that area. ...Read more
Check the: expiration date on the bottle.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes is safe: Yes it is safe to take every 4 days. ...Read more