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Cyclogyl Ciliary Muscle Paralyzing Agent
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
Can ciliary muscle exercises restore (some) accommodation for a 73 yo male? If so, what are they, or please recommend sources for such exercises. Is there any other treatment in this regard. Thank you.
No: We do not lose accommodation because the ciliary muscle becomes wear but because the lens becomes more rigid. The lens grows new fibers at the edge of the lens (the capsule) and grows towards the center. By age 73 the lens is very stiff and will not change shape to focus. ...Read more
Do cilia function of moving mucus from the lungs and sinuses recover ? (i stopped smoking 1 year ago) what other agents paralyzes the cilia ?
Cilia: Cilia beat in a coordinated manner to move airway secretions such as mucus in the respiratory tract, sinuses and ear passages. There are several ways the cilia can be damaged, including exposure to cigarette smoke. Once smoking is stopped, the cilia may recover. Avoiding secondhand smoke is also important. Harsh chemicals when inhaled can potentially injure the cilia as well. ...Read more
NM blockers: Intravenous neuromuscular blockers are given during general anesrhesia. They also paralyze breathing muscles, which is why you also have to be on a ventilator during surgery. "don't try this at home!". ...Read more
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Doctor prescribed 5,000 UI D3. I've tried 2 brands and both make me feel drained by the afternoon. It's like my muscles feel paralyzed. Alternative?
I presume at your: age you are taking a vitamin D supplement because you have been diagnosed as being deficient. Otherwise, unless you have osteoporosis or some other unusual disease for a man your age, you shouldn't need this. If you are deficient, this is a reasonable, perhaps low, replacement dose and should not be causing notable side effects. Toxicity is usually reported at 40,000 IU or higher. Review with Doc ...Read more
In panic hip and thigh kinda tingking n numb dr said pulled muscle in lower back afraid this will cause me ho paralyzed or won't go away is it serious
Go to ER: The fact that u r panic stricken would suggest that u shd visit an emergency room so that u can be thoroughly examined and get some tests, if necessary. Without examination it would be impossible to advise. Once a serious illness is ruled out u shd see ur doctor to overcome ur anxiety disorder with medications and psychotherapy if required. ...Read more
7 months ago when I had the botox in my neck it partially paralyzed my swallowing muscles. So that's why my new doctor wants to put me on PEG tube. ?
????: This story does not make sense. Botox injected in the neck can have some effect on the swallowing muscles if not done properly, or too much is given....but to the point that you would require a PEG tube sounds like something fishy going on. Botox only lasts 3-4 months anyways. Not sure what advice I can offer without more details. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Myopia: Is caused by a longer than normal eye. The ciliary muscles have no bearing on it. The inability to focus the eyes at near when wearing distance glasses is called presbyopia. It is caused by a stiff lens that does not change shape. It is the ciliary muscles that work on the lens. The lens becomes stiff with aging. ...Read more
Y am i tired all the time and im losing all mt muscle mass and mt body aches all the time and sometimes my arm muscles get paralized what's wrong?
I need a doctor who is willing to continue my medication regimen of cyclogyl (cyclopentolate) (for cataracts, to avoid surgery), and duoneb for COPD. Can you help?
Two specialties: You want to find an eye doctor for the cyclogyl (cyclopentolate) which is used to help with posterior subcapsular cataracts to delay surgery - and a pulmonary doctor for the duoneb. Most doctors would avoid being the primary prescriber for both of these. First try to get a refill from the doctors who initially wrote these prescriptions. ...Read more
Cyclogyl (cyclopentolate): Cyclogyl® (cyclopentolate hydrochloride ophthalmic solution, usp) is an anticholinergic prepared as a sterile, borate buffered, solution for topical ocular use. It is supplied in three strengths. Cyclopentolate hydrochloride is used to produce mydriasis and cycloplegia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
We took our son for an eye exam on thursday morning. He was given cyclogyl (cyclopentolate) eye drops at 11 am. 42 hours later still dilated. Should we take him to er
We took our 8 month old son for routine eye exam thursday morning. Cyclogyl (cyclopentolate) eye drops were used at 11 am. Its saturday and his eyes are still dilated?
I'm running out of Cyclogyl and DuoNeb and need refills. My insurance and doctors are still in transition, plus I was admitted to the ER on 4/4 with a stomach hernia and gallstones. I got a CT, an EKG, a chest x-ray, and an ultrasound so I've been fully
Here are some ...: The points you wishes to ask are unclear. With so much info in hand, you should direct this Q or other Qs to your treating Doc or ER since they have obligation to help you understand where your current health state is. Nonetheless, following instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html will help you how to proceed with the care you need. Best wishes ... ...Read more
None: There is no magic out there - sorry. ...Read more
Used many places: A good place to go to get background information is here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agent_Orange It's a combination of 2 herbicides, and one of them is currently being considered for use on commercial agriculture (2-4D). It was developed in the 1940s and used widely in the 1960s-1970s. There are many adverse health effects. ...Read more