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Hyaluronic Acid (Definition)

Hyaluronic acid is a long chain polysaccharide, or sugar type of molecule. It is a naturally occurring substance that is a normal part of our body. It can be injected into the body to fill wrinkles. Our body eventually breaks the material down, so the ...Read more


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Can hyaluronic acid cause allergies?

Unusual: Any medication can cause an allergic reaction. An allergic reaction to hyaluronic acid would be unusual. ...Read more

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Has hyaluronic acid been proven to cause cancer?

No: Hyaluronic acid is a normal component of human tissue. The production of dietary supplements is however less regulated than pharmaceuticals so impurities can occur. Be careful of where you get your supplements if you choose to use them. ...Read more

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Could biocell with hyaluronic acid vitamins cause acne?

Could biocell with hyaluronic acid vitamins cause acne?

Unlikely: Any treatment or product that occludes skin pores/oil glands can lead to acne. Not typically seen with biocell and doubt any direct connection to hyaluronic acid unless it is obstructing skin pores. ...Read more

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Is it okay to use hyaluronic acid and alpha lipoic acid supplements? Will these supplements cause me to fail my drug test?

Is it okay to use hyaluronic acid and alpha lipoic acid supplements? Will these supplements cause me to fail my drug test?

Alpha-lipoic acid: There's good research evidence for using alpha-lipoic acid in peripheral neuropathy http://tinyurl. Com/l4bvz9z, as an antioxidant, and in migraines http://tinyurl. Com/jvo6x9n -- some other uses as well. Hyaluronic acid may help in osteoarthritis and aging skin. Neither of these supplements should interfere with a drug test, but you should tell the examiners you're using them. ...Read more

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Taking glucosamine chondroitin, resveraltrol, collagen, hyaluronic acid for 6 mo. Will it (or additives in it) cause harmful effect on liver?

Taking glucosamine chondroitin, resveraltrol, collagen, hyaluronic acid for 6 mo. Will it (or additives in it) cause harmful effect on liver?

Probably not: First of all, why are you taking these supplements? If they are high quality, pharmaceutical grade products, they will probably not cause liver damage. My advice is to seek a consultation with a physician who is familiar with vitamins and supplements and come up with a plan to maximize your health. ...Read more

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Is hyaluronic acid bad for males?

Is hyaluronic acid bad for males?

Yes: Hyaluronic acid is a component of the skin and can be used in anyone male or female. When administered properly, it is perfectly safe. It is a fda approved product. ...Read more

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Is hyaluronic acid bad for males or boys?

How bad can it be...: How bad can it be if our joints are full of it? Whether it is an effective dietary supplement remains to be seen. ...Read more

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What is hyaluronic acid and what does it do?

What is hyaluronic acid and what does it do?

Moisturizer: Hyaluronic acid is used in many ways, especially when it comes to the skin. Hyaluronic acid (ha) can be applied to the skin for healing wounds, skin ulcers, and burns. It even works efficiently as a moisturizer. Ha is known to be called “the fountain of youth” as it is a widely used ingredient for most injections or fillers. ...Read more

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What is the natural food sources of hyaluronic acid?

Many sources: Hyaluronic acid (ha) is found in eyes, joints, skin and other areas. It is currently injected in joints, used in eye surgery, as well as wound healing and some cosmetis. Ha as a fountain of youth is still unproven scientifically. Oral supplements are available. Foods with ha include soy products, animal parts with cartilage(joints tendons, rooster combs), starchy root veg. & red grapes/wines. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: hyaluronic acid?

What is the definition or description of: hyaluronic acid?

Sugar: Hyaluronic acid is a long chain polysaccharide, or sugar type of molecule. It is a naturally occurring substance that is a normal part of our body. It can be injected into the body to fill wrinkles. Our body eventually breaks the material down, so the effect is not permanent. ...Read more

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Are hyaluronic acid supplements effective?

Probably not: Not man y supplements are efective, and this probably goes for this one as well. Read at www.Theendofillness. Com
certainly not to plump any specific areas which are injected with hyaluronic acid, and probably also not for joint conditions. ...Read more

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Is it okay for hypertensive people to take a hyaluronic acid supplement?

Is it okay for hypertensive people to take a hyaluronic acid supplement?

Probably, maybe not: There are varying reports. You may want to check with the manufacturer. There are dozens, maybe hundred, of compounds that could potentially raise one person's blood pressure, but don't take something which has questionable advantages to health anyway. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Supartz (hyaluronic acid) allergy?

Hyaluronic acid: Is a key component of synovial or joint fluid and other tissues in the body, nerves, skin etc, but we know of it from injections into joints that supposedly are to improve osteoarthritis. There are some studies that support this but there are also several meta analysis (where they look at all the papers that fit criteria) that question if it helps. Individual patients however state it may help ...Read more

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What is the difference between supartz (hyaluronic acid) and synvisc-one shots?

What is the difference between supartz (hyaluronic acid) and synvisc-one shots?

Number of injections: The primary difference is that supartz is given over a course of 3-5 injections (usually 5) and synvisc-one is a single injection. They both deliver a form of hyaluronic acid and act as a sort of joint lubricant. ...Read more

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Can hyaluronan taken in supplement form be as effective as hyaluronic acid injections?

Can hyaluronan taken in supplement form be as effective as hyaluronic acid injections?

Possibly: Injected drugs can be helpful but you may get greater relief from eating the substance. Hyaluronic acid is found in animal flesh and joints. Eat some chicken soup made with bones and skin. ...Read more

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Is Supartz (hyaluronic acid) beneficial for a torn rotator cuff that cannot be repaired surgically?

Is Supartz (hyaluronic acid) beneficial for a torn rotator cuff that cannot be repaired surgically?

Get a second opinion: Most rotator cuff tears are repairable and should be fixed asap. Get a second opinion before delaying with injections. Visco injections are designed for treating arthritis, not rotator cuff tears. If you have both and will not be having surgery then it's worth a shot....so to speak. The should is an off label use of those injections. ...Read more

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Use Atralin daily for years but get dry skin from it. Would adding Hyaluronic acid to my regimen help? Mix the Atralin into it or apply separately?

Use Atralin daily for years but get dry skin from it.  Would adding Hyaluronic acid to my regimen help?  Mix the Atralin into it or apply separately?

Differin: Differin [adapalene] 0.1% cream and gel is now OTC. $12 for 1/2oz. $30 for 1 1/2oz. It is more effective and less irritating. You can use any moisturizer with Atralin or Differin. ...Read more

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Hi, I'm 34 y. I have a mixed sensitive face skin. Is a cream based on a combination of retinaldehyde and fragmented hyaluronic acid recommended for me?

Hi, I'm 34 y. I have a mixed sensitive face skin. Is a cream based on a combination of retinaldehyde and fragmented hyaluronic acid recommended for me?

No. try pangea : I recommend the discovery kit for combination skin for only $34 and free shipping until labor day. The high antioxidant content found in these certified organic botanical products (not dangerous chemicals) supports collagen retention, helps stimulate micro-circulation, gently purifies, brightens skin tone and helps prevent discoloration and moisture loss. http://bit.ly/146axow. ...Read more

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The financial officer at the center where I am considering getting the supartz (hyaluronic acid) injection says all costs should be covered by my insurance. Preapproval?

The financial officer at the center where I am considering getting the supartz (hyaluronic acid) injection says all costs should be covered by my insurance. Preapproval?

Probably covered: The people in the offices are very familiar with the insurances in your area and who covers what and which patients need a pre-approval. If you're worried about it and just want to make sure, a pre-approval won't take long. ...Read more

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Does hyaluronic acid really work safe?

Does hyaluronic acid really work safe?

Yes: Hyaluronic acid is a component of the skin and can be used in anyone male or female. When administered properly, it is perfectly safe. It is a fda approved product. ...Read more

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What can you tell me about hyaluronic acid?

Fluid inside joint: Hyaluronic acid is distributed thougout the body including connective tissue. It is in the highest concentration in fluids in the eye and joint. It is in joint fluid. It bathes the knee, gives nutrition to the cartilage, cushions the joint. When a joint gets disease the hyaluronic fluid beome abnormal. One of the treatments for degenerative arthritis is the injection of hyaluronic acid. ...Read more

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Does hyaluronic acid really work for aging?

Does hyaluronic acid really work for aging?

No evidence: At this time there is no scientific evidense to support this although it is usefull in osteoarthritis. It is often used in wound care and eye problems like detached retina. It is sometimes used in cosmetics where it mostly holds water in the skin swelling it a little. ...Read more

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What is a natural source of hyaluronic acid?

Animal joints: This acid is found in animal joints and connective tissue. Make a soup of chicken with bones and skin in the broth.
You'll need magnesium to aid in making your own hyaluronic acid so eat some leafy greens with your soup. ...Read more

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Is hyaluronic acid to be used for someone under 30?

Hyaluronic Acid: Hyaluronic Acid helps to trap water and is helpful in moisturizing our skin. Since it is a large molecule, it has limited ability to penetrate the skin in a topical form so typically it is injected into the skin. The injectable forms are the dermal fillers known as Restylane, Belotero Balance and Juvederm. Hylatopic plus is a topical used to treat dry skin. If a person needs HA, it may be used. ...Read more

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Can hyaluronic acid ingested orally be absorbed by the body?

HA: Yes, if you modify the molecule and lower the molecular weight but original ha will not absorb orally as the molecule is too big. The small varients in theory will not combine with water in the joint as readily and are less efficacious than the injectible form. ...Read more

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