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Can Dilantin be taken by snorting it?

Can Dilantin be taken by snorting it?

Please don't: Dilantin is difficult to take by conventional method. It is extremely irritating if infiltrated into the skin or injected into a vein and is poorly absorbed in any setting. Snorting it will probably produce a severe irritation that will cause more problem without benefit. ...Read more

Dr. Raj Singh
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Albumin (Definition)

Albumins are proteins which dissolve in water and are not covered with chains of sugars. The most common is serum albumin. These molecules transport other molecules which don't dissolve in water very well. But its main function is to regulate the amount of water in the blood. Another type of Albumin is the ...Read more


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Please describe the medication: dilantin?

Please describe the medication: dilantin?

Anticonvulsant: Dilantin (generic name phenytoin) is a drug that has been used to treat seizure disorders since 1938. It is a sodium channel blocker that is effective in treatment of epilepsy but it has significant side effects. Because of that many newer drugs have been developed over the past 70+years. ...Read more

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Wouldn't albumin be high if your dehydrated?

Wouldn't albumin be high if your dehydrated?

ALBUMIN: Yes, blood gets concentrated and some readings/ levels in blood would be falsely elevated. ...Read more

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What are the side effects of dilantin?

What are the side effects of dilantin?

Short and long term: The most common reactions in the short term are nausea, sedation, and ataxia (difficulty with coordination). Over long periods of use, however, Dilantin has multiple serious side effects, including causing osteoporosis, overgrowth of the gums, anemia, and tremor- these can sometimes persistent even after the medication is stopped. ...Read more

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What are the signs of Dilantin toxicity?

What are the signs of Dilantin toxicity?

Many: Most characteristic is dizziness, gait imbalance, incoordination, eye nystagmus causing objects to jump, but may see a bit of nausea, even confusion, and generalized fatigue and malaise. ...Read more

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Is it true that Dilantin has aspartme in it?

Probable hoax: Despite the internet stories, aspartame does not appear on any official list of ingredients for dilantin. The allegations referred to in internet stories are unable to be confirmed, and the society, the foundation, and the individual making the allegations all appear to be one and the same. I consider this to be a hoax until proven otherwise. ...Read more

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What are the effects of phenytoin (dilantin)?

What are the effects of phenytoin (dilantin)?

Dilantin Effects: Following side effects dizziness, drowsiness, headache, vomiting, trouble sleeping, nervousness severe allergic reaction, bone pain, irritability, slurred speech, unusual eye movements, toredness and weakness swollen&tender gums, ataxia, liver problems, loss of appetite, yellow skin or eyes, unusual muscle movements, swollen lymph nodes. ...Read more

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What is the effect of albumin on blood pressure?

What is the effect of albumin on blood pressure?

Albumin can be used: In hospital settings to be infused to increase a patients blood pressure temporarily. ...Read more

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Should people on Dilantin stay away from grapefruit?

Should people on Dilantin stay away from grapefruit?

No: There are a lot of medications that grapefruit can interact with, but Dilantin is not one of them. If you are on multiple medications, it is always a good idea to review them with your pharmacist to see if there are any potential interactions with each other and with certain foods. On a side note, Dilantin should not be taken with spinach, dairy, or enriched wheat products. ...Read more

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Is it harmful if there is trace of albumin in urine ?

Is it harmful if there is trace of albumin in urine ?

ALBUMINURIA: Need to make sure there is no diabetes, no kidney disease or some rheumatological diseases. ...Read more

Dilantin (Definition)

Dilantin (generic name phenytoin) is a drug that has been used to treat seizure disorders since 1938. It is a sodium channel blocker that is effective in treatment of epilepsy but it has significant side effects. Because of that many newer drugs have been developed ...Read more