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Cologne Poisonous Toxic
If ingested yes: How toxic depends on the ingredients. Also some people can have an allergy to an ingredient in the cologne. ...Read more
Is it okay to take expired valtrex (valacyclovir)? Can it be poisonous or toxic? Can it be less effective?
When did it expire?: * years. Wouldn't take it. One year. I would. Was it in a bottle in a shelf, or sitting out exposed to light. Wouldn't take it sitting out for some time. Most medicines not requiring refrigeration after opening the bottle have a two year "safe" time, assuming no high heat or water! ...Read more
Resp arrest.: Pts. With COPD have a problem in letting the co2 out from their lungs. Co2 measurements at the level of the brainstem send a message to the brain and lungs to breath slower or faster. When too much oxygen gets in, the stimulus of co2 stops then the lungs stop moving since there is plenty of oxygen (respiratory arrest). COPD patients that retain co2 cannot get concent. Of o2 >2 lts. X min. ...Read more
What it says:
Vitamin toxicity means just that: too much of some vitamins can cause sickness. Some vitamins are relatively harmless in large quantities (albeit a waste of $) while others can cause serious damage.
So - taking excessive amounts of vitamins is generally not a case of 'more is better'. ...Read more
There is not: If your child has been exposed to alcohol and is toxic, call 911 and get your child to the er. I do not know how much your child has drunk, and depending on amount s/he may need life support. There are college students who have drunk so much they have died. Some adults have high tolerance, and their bodies process the alcohol, leaving a hangover the next day. With a child, I repeat: get help. ...Read more
No: It doesn't cause aluminum toxicity. Good luck. ...Read more
If the epidural: Is placed too close to a vein and the local anesthetic enters you body you will feel anxious, tingling around mouth, ear fullness, which may progress to twitching, seizures, and to cardiac problems if progress. Medications are given in small amounts with tests to prevent this complication ...Read more
Heavy metal toxicity is real. It is not an issue of belief. Metals such as lead, mercury, silver, uranium have been associated with illnesses. Consult this site that is devoted to modern doctors and provides information about metal toxicity.
http://www. Webmd. Com/a-to-z-guides/heavy-metal-poisoning ...Read more
Lidocaine toxicity: If the epidural needle or catheter enters a vein and not detected, the local anesthetic will enter your circulatory system instead of the epidural space. Symptoms and signs of toxicity will occur, first a numbness and tingling of your lips and tongue, fullness in ears, jitteriness. Can progress to seizures and cardiac arrest. Although technically a misplacement more a problem of detection early. ...Read more
There are number of different classes of insecticides and each class has its own profile of toxic effects. The link below provides information about organophophates, a common type of insecticide. If you have been exposed to insecticides, it would be prudent to see your doctor.
http://emedicine. Medscape. Com/article/167726-overview ...Read more
B12 toxicity: B 12 toxicity is rare and I have only seen it with large and frequent injections of b12. Stopping B12 should get you out of toxicity very quickly. ...Read more
Is it true that too much elemental calcium in the blood (over 2500 mg) may cause calcium toxicity?
What happens if there are any dangerous toxicity from nutrients in centrum for kids for taking this much a day?
Not ideal: While it's not the ideal vitamin, if they took one a day, there is not enough of anything in it to be in the "toxic" range. That being said, I would recommend a children's vitamin going forward. ...Read more
What is clear retainer made of? I know it's plastic, but would like to know details to look up the potential toxicity.
PVC: This is a polypropylene or polyvinylchloride material, typically. 020" or. 030" thick. PVC only releases dioxin if it is not incinerated properly. It is not the case in orthodontics. All orthodontic materials used are CE and FDA approved Dental Clinic Products. Ask your orthodontist for more information. Nothing to be concerned. ...Read more
Living by golf course exposes to the toxicity of the pesticides absorbed. The body must eliminate that, which lowers immunity = higher sickness. True?
There does not appear to be a connection between the immune system and golf courses.
It would help us to know what kinds of pesticides your neighbor uses and how you are exposed to them. Then we can be better prepared to answer your question about potential effects.
Hope that helps! ...Read more
I scored a 15ug/g creat for lead toxicity, where did it come from since I've been living in new homes all my life and am a white collar professional?
It's a scam: We just visited, didn't we? Urine metal testing is unscientific, though many of the practitioners are sincere. Some of the labs simply make the numbers up to scare people. You are right to be skeptical and I'm pleased that you are. Get with your real primary care physician and consider contacting your local prosecutor. ...Read more
What is the most common sideffec of yust one 10mg tablet a day of dianabol I know its toxicity in high dose I have taken similar before with no sides?
Hi, I put 8 brazil nuts in a green smoothie, should I be worried about selenium toxicity? I don't take any selenium suppl and I never ate the nuts b4
Take lithium 300mgs. Recently started Toviaz (fesoterodine) for bladder problem. Can taking Toviaz (fesoterodine) affect the lithium level. Had trouble with lithium toxicity before?
Should be safe: No significant interaction between these 2 meds has been found to exist. Always check with your doc if you develop any new symptoms ...Read more
Lithium toxicity: Lithium can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dizziness, muscle weakness, and fatigue. Also there can be a fine tremor of the hands or legs, muscle twitches, difficulty walking, slurred speech, nystagmus, and seizures. Management is to reduce dose or temporarily stop the drug. Lithium levels need to be monitored regularly, and kept in therapeutic range (maintenance. 6 - 1 mmol/l). ...Read more