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Can Vitamins Cause Smellsensitivity
No none reported: No there is no report of any vitamin or herb causing diabetese. ...Read more
Homocysteine & B's: Homocysteine elevations have been linked to anger attacks and depression, separately. Http://tinyurl. Com/ngfmnxd b vitamins like b12, b6, & methylfolate are important in the body's use of the Amino Acid methionine to make dna, neurotransmitters, and many other important products. If b vitamins are deficient, homocysteine [an intermediary in this process] can build up & cause health problems. ...Read more
Vitamins: The more we know about vitamins the more dangerous they appear to be. Taking 'lots' of vitamins is very hard on your organs, especially your kidneys. Please stop this activity for a time. ...Read more
Is there anything that could cause a 38 YO to suddenly grow 2-3 inches taller--any meds, vitamins, exercises/stretches, massage, med conditions, erc?
Adult height: Your height is genetically determined and girls usually end up somewhere between both parents. When the ends of the bones in your body close solidly, the bones can no longer grow. By 17 years old, you have achieved most of your adult height. You cannot change your genetic height. ...Read more
Intake + Absorption: Vitamin b12, aka cyanocobalamin, is common in a huge variety of foods; low intake rare. However, none of us absorb B12 directly. Instead, the cells of the upper ⅔ of the stomach which secrete hydrochloric, hcl, acid also produce & secrete a protein, called intrinsic-factor, which binds b12. The small intestines absorb intrinsic-factor with whatever B12 is bound, & the B12 is thereby also absorbed. ...Read more
None is best.: Not quite sure what you mean. Boosting vitamin intake above normal is not known to boost defences unless of course you have an identified vitamin deficiency. If you think your diet is vitamin deficient a simple multivitamin could be reasonable. But best option would be to eat a well balanced diet, sleep well and exercise regularly. ...Read more
Not reported to: 5-htp is not a vitamin but an Amino Acid which is a precursor of the neurotransmitter serotonin. It has not been reported to cause headaches to the best of my knowledge. I can't say it is impossible that it could cause headaches but if so this is very rare and unreported. ...Read more
B12 deficiency: Vitamin B12 deficiency can cause many problems, including anemia (along with folate (folic acid) deficiency); fatigue; weakness; weight loss; and neurological changes like numbness & tingling extremities, trouble with balance, and confusion, depression & dementia. The latter 2 can produce cognitive changes including trouble w/memory. Workup of this includes checking B12 & folate (folic acid) levels -- your doc can help! ...Read more
Do you think so?: If you felt they could be the cause and you stopped using them and the stickiness went away I would listen to your body and conclude that the pills had some role especially if resuming their use the same symptom came back. If you stopped and started 3 times and this always happened that would be fairly convincing. This is called a single subject research design, . ...Read more
Bad diet, indoors: It is rare to have low vitamin a in the usa as even limited diets contain enough of this vitamin to meet the body's needs. Vitamin d however is dependent partially on diet and also on sunlight so low vitamin d is common and it is reasonable to supplement this with 2000-4000 units of d3 per day especially in poorly lit climates like seattle and alaska. ...Read more
Warts are thought to have viral rather than nutritional cause:
https://www. Dermnetnz. Org/topics/viral-warts/
Theoretically a very poor diet may cause one's immune response to be blunted thus making them more susceptible if nutrition is poor. If concerns along these lines a consultation with a dietician or doctor is the best place to start to explore this possibility ...Read more
Depends: Many things can cause malabsorption, including: gastric bypass surgery, celiac disease, non-celiac wheat sensitivity, genetic differences in certain transporters, hypothyroidism causing insufficient gastric acid, other problems causing insufficient gastric acid, intestinal dysbiosis, etc. ...Read more
Cold?: There are many reasons one might feel cold from vascular to neurological to endocrine to psychiatric etc. See an MD for a proper workup before you waste your money on vitamins ...Read more
Syndrome: It more of a syndrome than a disease and it's calked malabsorption. It's calked malabsorption. It is caused by the intestines inability to properly absorb nutrients. It can happen when a lot of the bowel has been surgically removed and it can happen from diseases line cancer. It doesn't happen in healthy people. ...Read more
Depends: I think the problem may possibly have been caused by you not taking the active form of b6. When the inactive form is taken, there is a rate limiting factor in conversion, resulting in a relative deficiency of the active form. This can result in neuropathy. It is possible that taking the active form, pyridoxal 5 phosphate, may help. ...Read more
I often times get a headache and have hot flashes after taking my morning vitamin. What could cause this?
Take with food: Try to take your vitamins with food or after food. ...Read more
Is prenatal vitamin causes gain weight? I notice since I take it I started to eat a lot and gain weight. Not prego.
Also on my belov question, I use milk thisle with B group vitamins 5 caps per day, in the last week maybee that's the cause?
I just took my prenatal vitamin and my whole body turned bright red. What In the vitamin would cause this? Also I have taken this before y now?
Coincidence: If you have been taking the vitamin without problem, this may not be related to it. If it keeps happening, you should stop and consult your MD. ...Read more
Is there a common cause for erectile disfunction in men age 37? If so is there a suggested vitamin or other form of over-the-counter medicine?
Find cause first: There are many causes of er. These range from vascular, metabolic/hormonal, psychological as well as others. You may want to visit your primary care doctor to get a diagnosis. ...Read more
I was prescribed 50, 000 iu of vitamin d2 for deficiency. Is this safe? I read something about high doses can cause hardening of the organs and death?
Big dose less effect: Many physicians prefer a daily dose of 5, 000-8, 000 iu of vitamin d3. A once weekly dose of 50, 000 iu is safe, but not as helpful due to poor absorption of a single dose of 50, 000 iu. Once 25 hydroxy vitamin d levels reach 60 - 80, the daily dose (5, 000-8, 000 iu) is usually cut in half and the patient followed to ensure the new dose is able to maintain therapeutic vitamin d levels. ...Read more
My iron is a little low - 10.9- it usually runs around 12. Is this cause for concern or might it fluctuate? I started a multiple vitamin with iron to help.
Anemia: There isn't much iron in a daily multiple vitamin. You might want to add ferrous gluconate which is a higher level of iron twice-daily. There should be an explanation as to why you are anemic so see your dr. For a workup. Anemia can be a sign of a serious illness so be sure and get checked. ...Read more
Lack of sun exposure: Lack of adequate sun exposure also leads to vitamin d deficiency in adults, too. However, sun exposure + sun block won't work. You need sun exposure w/o sun block, which then increases risk for skin cancer. Not to mention, it's pretty hot in uae to go outside. Better/safer to take vitamin d supplement. Of course, should also monitor 25oh vitamin d levels, too. Check out http://goo. Gl/votkd. ...Read more
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