Doctor insights on:
Amphotericin B Lipid Allergy In Children
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
My daughter 8 months old suffering from viscerel leishmaniasis and now treatment is going with amphotericin b. Will she be okay?
Yes: I am assuming your child acquired this in India adn the form there is not as susceptible to other drugs. Recovery rate is very very high. On the order of 99 percent with treatment ...Read more
What do you suggest if my child 8 months old suffering from viscerel leishmaniasis and now treatment is going with amphotericin b?
It is possible?: Nephrotoxicity is a major adverse effect of treatment with amb, reportedly causing some degree of renal impairment in >80% of treated patients . Renal function impairment may be reversible after cessation of treatment with amb and, sometimes, despite continued therapy, possibly as a result of tissue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not a day at the bea: Amphotericin is a potentially toxic antifungal intravenous medication that is used to treat systemic fungal infections. Some of the toxicities can be less severe if the formulation is liposomal. ...Read more
Can you tell me about amphotericin b intravenously for their chronic or systemic yeast infections?
Amphotericin: Ampho B is an intravenous anti-fungal medication used for severe fungal infections usually only seen in patients who are immune compromised and/or whom have severe infection of the blood or internal organs (lungs, heart, blood, e.g.). It has many serious side effects. Often times an initial course of Ampho may be continued with an oral antifungal. It is not for routine fungal infections. ...Read more
How much (if any) amphotericin B will get absorbed into circulation from a nasal spray? Enough to cause kidney problems?
On digestion: Please discuss how nystatin, amphotericin-B, Sporanox etc may be used for GI issues; underlying theories; and related debate/controversy
I have a culture proven candida overgrowth due to 5 years of taking broad spectrum antibiotics for acne. After taking a year of Amphotericin B troches and 3 months of nasal spray for oral and nasopharnyx/sinus candida my ID doctor prescribed Voriconazol
Incomplete question!: There is a 150 character limit, and your question was cut off. Please ask again, and know we won't be able to track your previous question. So keep the question brief but complete, but there is a place to list your meds and medical problems, which will help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yesterday WBC 34.6 Platelet 570. Started on new ABX Teflaro. got 2 doses before blood redraw. Today WBC 35.3 and Platelet 625. also has Amphotericin?
I take fenofibrate lipid regulating agent,thus it trigger allergy.eg.sneezing watery nose,redness of both eyes,itchiness of tongue with preckles ontop?
Ok: it appears you are most likely allergic to this medication. Avoid it on the future and let your dr. and pharmacist know of your allergy, as they may want you to also take Benadryl (diphenhydramine) if the symptoms are not improving, or even some other meds if deemed necessary. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Took no-flush niacin (ihn) 500mg daily for lipids for five years. Quit b/c of doubts over efficacy. Is there a high risk of liver damage at that dose?
At least 6: Depending on their density,size and the Apo proteins they carry,they are the chylomicrons,Very low density and intermediate density lipoprotein,low density and high density lipoproteins, and triglycerides. The cholesterol rich lipids carry the building blocks to make hormones,or repair tissues while triglycerides supply the fuel for body metabolism.The HDL class takes excess chol for disposal. ...Read more
Tests: Can't advise you if you don't have the results. Call your Doc and ask for them ...Read more
Age dependent: Children need lipids for brain development. There are no adult lipid deficiency diseases. Vitmins a, e, d and k are fat soluble - prolonged diets with no fat (like all water diets) can cause vitamin deficiencies. Excess fats can lead to pancreatitis and premature or accelerated arteriosclerosis. ...Read more
Lipid checks.: The frequency of testing would really depend on your clinical situation. If you're managing your lipids by diet, exercise and weight loss then it may be acceptable to check your numbers every three months to see how you're doing. If you're on medication as well, and your dose is stable and numbers are acceptable, then checking once or twice a year may be acceptable. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I found out I have high lpa but an otherwise normal lipid profile. Is this a problem and what should be done?
Lipoprotein Estimate: A lipid profile measures blood cholesterol and triglycerides (tg) carried inside lipoprotein particles (vldl, ldl, hdl). Tg is used to estimate vldl, while ldl-c and hdl-c estimate LDL and HDL particle levels. Current nih and national lipid association (nla) recommendations are that all children between 9 and 11 years of age should have screening lipid testing performed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Better to fast: Nothing but water after midnight.Get a more detailed answer ›
May not need to...: While that is high it's important to know the subtypes: HDL, LDL and esp. small dense LDL. Cholesterol does not cause heart disease; the real cause is inflammation. Hypothyroidism can cause high cholesterol. Here are links to useful articles: http://tinyurl.com/axtab4d http://tinyurl.com/9x3n594 http://tinyurl.com/43vtf67 http://tinyurl.com/p7t9ul8 http://www.drdach.com/Statins_for_Women.html ...Read more
Perhaps High TG's: Patients with high triglyceride (tg's) levels often have increased levels of vldl with low or normal LDL levels. Tg's in vldl move into LDL and in return LDL sends cholesterol back into vldl. This same process happens with HDL cholesterol, depleting cholesterol from LDL and hdl, and thus lowering LDL and hdl, while vldl cholesterol increases. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
This appears to: be your question from yesterday (one of a number). Please remember that if one doctor provides a response, that it will not prevent other doctors from seeing your question and responding. In other words, duplication will not benefit you. ...Read more
Lipids and carbos: read this: http://www.biology.iupui.edu/biocourses/N100/2k4ch3carbolipidnotes.htmlGet a more detailed answer ›
Balanced diet: Weight loss (if overweight) will often lower cholesterol by up to 20% and triglycerides by up to 50%. Avoiding saturated fat (includes any fat from animals including chicken/cheese/pizza) will reduce cholesterol. Cutting back on carbohydrates in sugar, flour, bread, pasta, rice, potatoes will reduce triglycerides. Fruit, veggies, fish, nuts, soy, unsaturated fats are all fine. ...Read more
Does taking pantaprazole domperidone dsr, revolol am50/5 and chlonofast .5mg effectg the lipid profile test?
Need generic: I need the generic names of the meds to help you. ...Read more
Lipid profile: tc: 182; ldl: 79; hdl: 24; tgl 347; vldl; 74. Earlier: HDL 31; tgl: 220. I have been exercising, but stopped 10mg statin for 1.5 weeks.
Long term issue: Your HDL is lower than desired and triglycerides are higher than desired. I trust that you are under the care of a doctor to have started statin. You should try modifying your diet by reducing saturated fats and sugars. You need to start exercising, with increasing vigor, for at least 30 minutes/day and 5 days/week. You may wish to repeat the test after six months of following this regimen. ...Read more
Yes, Work on Issues: Plaque ruptures shedding debris & inducing clots are what drive cardiovascular events; why the problem does not show well on angiograms; much less stress tests (really blind to problem). Exercise increases pulse pressure; artery stretching & relaxing with each heart beat, thus ?ing frequency of plaque ruptures. Yet most don't do enough damage to produce obvious symptoms. ? my answers on ds drivers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes they can: Antidepressants known to cause weight gain, like tricyclics and mirtazepine, can increase lipids. Those that are more weight-neutral (like wellbutrin, effexor, (venlafaxine) and cymbalta) are less likely to do this. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16774491 there could be other factors in this besides weight gain, but they're so far unknown. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Amphotericin b lipid allergy signs
- Amphotericin b lipid allergy drugs
- Cause of amphotericin b lipid allergy
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Amphotericin b lipid complex allergy drugs
- Amphotericin b lipid complex allergy signs
- Cause of amphotericin b lipid complex allergy
- Amphotericin b lipid complex allergy medication
- Amphotericin b lipid allergy