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Bracelet Copper Magnetic
Let me explain: Copper is an essential mineral that body needs to support the health of your red blood cells, nerve fibers, bones and connective tissues. Copper is found in nuts, legumes, cereals, oysters, meat, potatoes and certain other vegetables. . Don’t take copper before first consulting your doctor. ...Read more
Copper is incorpora-: ted in enzymes & proteins needed for development & maintenance of many organs & for many metabolic processes. Dietary copper is sufficient for kids & adults.Ingestion of copper supplements & genetic disorders like Wilson Disease, in which copper accumulates in the liver cause copper toxicity. Severe malnourishment, certain chelating agents & genetic disorders like Menke's cause copper deficiency. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A metal element: This is a reactive metal, one of the basic elements, which is incorporated in a variety of biochemical pathways in the body to catalyze many important functions. It is rarely deficient but too much can lead to liver disease and brain problems in some uncommon diseases. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many: Copper iuds are still in use although it is not as popular as one that contains progestin hormone (mirena). Copper iud (paragard) is approved for 10 years of use as opposed to Mirena (levonorgestrel) which is approved for 5 years. The main advantage of Mirena (levonorgestrel) is very light or no periods. Paragard is associated with little heavier periods. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not in 400 taps: Are answers here are restricted to 400 characters (including letters, spaces and punctuation). That is not enough to discuss all you need to know about most things. We all wish it could be that easy! However, here is a great pamphlet that can answer many of your questions. http://familydoctor.org/familydoctor/en/prevention-wellness/sex-birth-control/birth-control/intrauterine-device-iud.html ...Read more
Low copper: Low copper is relatively rare, but can happen in a variety of conditions including supplementing with too much zinc (which causes poor absorption of copper). There can be neurological and hematological signs of this -- so please discuss with your physician. S/he may decide to supplement with low doses of copper, but you need to determine the cause if possible, first. ...Read more
Several effects: Copper deficiency can cause a number of problems such as neurologic (nerve) problems, anemia (low red blood cell count), confusion, fragile hair, weakness, osteoporosis (thin bones that fracture easily). These effects can be prevented by taking a copper supplement and restoring normal copper balance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Copper T-coil: Anecdotally, periods are heavier and longer, there is more pain and discharge, and intercourse can be painful. Ordinary otc menstrual pain meds can soften the pain, but if you are prone to the other symptoms described, there isn't too much that one can do, if your choice is a copper iud. Consult your gynecologist, who knows you better and may be able to address some of the symptoms. ...Read more
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