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Did Something Happen During The Pregnancy To Cause My Baby To Have Polycythemia
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
Polycythemia vera dx 2006. Take daily 81mg aspirin. Gastro believes it caused ulcer and inflammation in ilium. Any substitution for baby aspirin?
See hematologist: Polycythemia can now be treated with new disease-specific agents. Aspirin may reduce the risk of thrombosis, but does not reduce the red blood cell count. P. vera at age 27 is very rare. Have you been properly diagnosed? If you haven't seen a hematologist recently, you ought to. ...Read more
Brother has polycythemia vera and on serial baby aspirin. Developed ulcers in small intestine. Can he substitute the baby aspirin with something else?
Will any of the ingredients in the male enhancement pill VigRX Plus decrease the effectiveness of baby Aspirin if I have polycythemia vera?
Here are some ...: Ask your Doc for the answer and how to handle polycythemia vera first. For a 27-y man, he should not have the concern of ED unless possibly falling victim to sex overindulgence and obsession. The Internet male sex enhancement pills have made a lot of money for their manipulators to prey on public's ignorance, anxiety, and fear. The product you asked falls to the same category as described. ...Read more
?vitamin deficiency: There are sensors in the brainstem that require vitamin b1 and/or magnesium. If they do not function properly they act as though the person is at high altitude. A signal goes to the kidney initiating secretion of erythropoietin, a hormone that tells the bone marrow to make more red cells and hemoglobin. We know that diabetics excrete a lot of vitamin b1 in the urine and become deficient. ...Read more
Should I avoid carbonated drinks during my pregnancy?
I worry that it might cause my baby to burp.
Water is best: Carbonated drinks pose no danger to the pregnancy other than potentially exposing you and your developing baby to an excess of calories, sugars or artificial sweeteners. In early pregnancy certain carbonated drinks may help settle the stomach and help with nausea. In general, carbonated beverages may be a source of empty calories or excessive sweeteners and should be limited. Water is best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Unknown: The cause of gastroschisis is unknown.Get a more detailed answer ›
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