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Are Natural Remedies For Hyperlipidemia Safe
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Diet exercise & Meds: Treatment is geared to the type of hyperlipidemia. The general modalitie are diet low in saturated fats and carbohydrates, weight loss throug diet and exercise, treatment of underlying illness, e.g., diabetes, hypothyroidism; use of drugs such as statins. Additional drugs may be added depending on the response. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Is a low carb diet safe for people diagnosed with hyperlipidemia (spelling?). Im a 40 year old female. I walk 3 miles a day.
Maybe: Most corns are due to an underlying bone problem and corn remedies may help to remove the layers of skin that are built up giving temporary relief. Need to be careful of any remedy that contains acid, especially if you are diabetic or have compromised circulation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe: Conventional meds are fda regulated, are powerful, and while they generally do what they claim, may have side effects and toxicity. But they generally are required. Natural remedies are untested, have no fda or other authority to confirm the contents of the bottle or its potency or purity. Most have few or no side effects but very, very few have any positive effects. ...Read more
Depression: One treatment that may or may not involve medication is cognitive behavioural therapy. Some herbal remedies have in the past been suggested but don't pan out. Talk to your pcp and try to get a referral for cbt. ...Read more
Safe but don't work: Safe but not effective can be dangerous. Antiphospholipid syndrome is rare but can cause serious problems including blood clots in the legs or lungs which may be fatal, or pregnancy complications, such as multiple early miscarriages, late miscarriage, or severe pre-eclampsia. See a hematologist if you're not trying to conceive, reproductive endocrinologist (rei) if trying, high risk OB if pregnant. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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