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Fat Vs Water Soluble Statins
Why am I gaining weight when I don't eat much and how can I stop it, im only 4ft5, am I gaining water weight from stuff like celebrex, benadryl, (diphenhydramine) statins?
See doctor: You need to see doctor to have blood tests done to check for thyroid problems. ...Read more
Several drugs exist which lower cholesterol by inhibiting an enzyme in liver cells (hmg-coa reductase) that is involved in cholesterol synthesis. These all have generic names that end in -statin, e.g. Atorvastatin (lipitor) and Simvastatin (zocor). Since nearly all of the meds in this class have been shown to have similar cardiovascular benefits, we often discuss them ...Read more
I'm running out of statins and wondered if I should take niacin instead, I think the statins are affecting my liver, im retaining water, should I stop?
Vitamins: Fat soluble vitamins are vitamins A, D, E, and K. All of the other vitamins are water soluble and tend to get excreted in urine. Solubility is a property of a substance to be soluble, like orange juice concentrate stirring into water as an example of water solubility. Some substances are happier in a lipid or fat environment and are not water soluble, like oil. Vitamins are like this too. ...Read more
Weight loss drug: I am not sure why you want to know this. This weight loss drug has been withdrawn from the market in the US and the EU since 2010. It is Centrally acting - acts on the brain, so it is probably fat soluble. Google the drug and read about all the side effects on Wickipedia if you wish. ...Read more
Is magnesium fat or water soluble? Is taking too much toxic? How do I know when to stop as tests are not very indicatve right?
Magnesium=necessary: Magnesium is a water soluble mineral that most people are whole-body deficient in. At high doses, it causes diarrhea. If the kidneys are compromised in any way, the dose needs to be lower and monitored by a physician. A RBC magnesium level is the most useful test as serum magnesium is kept at a very steady level. Magnesium is necessary to 300+ reactions in the body. ...Read more
Water - B&C:
Water soluble are vitamin b and c
fat soluble a, d, e, k. ...Read more
Vitamins: Fat soluble (a, d, e, k) have to be processed for absorption with enzymes that digest fat. They can be stored in fatty storage areas so if too much taken, toxicity can occur. Vitamin d from sun is controlled by body's storage and processing to avoid that. Water soluble vitamins typically not stored so need to be taken daily. ...Read more
I know vitamins B are water-soluble and doesn't need fat to dissolve, but it's better to take them with food? And what's the difference.
Yes, better because:: B vitamins will be will absorbed when taken with or without food, but some people experience nausea if taking a strong B complex on an empty stomach. Also, B vitamins play an important role in metabolizing our food and are mostly not retained long so are likely to be most beneficial when taken shortly before, with or after meals. ...Read more
Can I take water soluble B12 and fat soluble D3 supplement at same time. Is there an issue with absorbing.?
Yes - No Problems: You can take both of these together with not impact on absorbing either vitamin / supplement. ...Read more
Oil & water don't mix: Water molecules have positive and negative regions, making them polar. Other polar molecules, such as glucose or ethanol, mix easily w/ water. Some organic compounds with only carbon (c) and hydrogen (h) are not polar, and repel water, forming separate blobs or layers if put into a container w/ water. Naphthalene c10h8 is such a molecule, . ...Read more
Which is better to take on a regular basis, ubiquinol that is water-soluable or non-water soluble? Thanks!
CoQ10: Some people have less effective fat digestion and absorption. Ubiquinone is therefore less well absorbed. Because it is effectively water soluble, ubiquinol is expected to be better digested and absorbed. There are some studies looking at blood levels that suggest this is accurate. Typically dose is lower using ubiquinol, partly for this reason. ...Read more
Saw palmetto: Why would a 21 y/o take saw palmetto. ...Read more
My child aged 2 will not drink prednisolone soluble with little water mixed. Can I dissolve it in her beaker of water and she drink it little by little?
Prednisolone: A better idea would be to have the druggist add flavoring to the medication under the direction of your physician. ...Read more
Vit C: Vit c and water soluble vitamins have low risk of toxicity, oral vit c can cause loose bowels. ...Read more
I take a high dosage Biotin tablet. I understand Biotin is water soluble so does that mean each time I urinate it leaves my system?
For a month I've been finding tiny yellow hard crystals in my semen, which is about the size of a granual of sugar, and are soluble in water. Semen otherwise normal.
Depends: Because b vitamins, which are water soluble, color the urine yellow you can get some idea by seeing the disappearance of that yellow through the day. Vitamin c is also water soluble and in stress situations taking some every hour is helpful. In stress the b vitamins are consumed more as well. ...Read more
Yes it can: Either water or fat-soluble vitamins, excess can cause problem. For instance, excessive use of vitamin c (water-soluble), can increase risk of kidney stones. Vit c also enhances iron absorption, thus problem for those having iron overload such as hemochromatosis. Moderation is key! Why take these to excess? They may cause u health problem at the same time costing money. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
I'm interested in whether IV fluids would help speed the removal of water soluble metabolites from prescription medications I'm no longer taking.
No: Just consume normal amounts of fluids and they will work their way out quite quickly. ...Read more
Beta Blocket: Regarding potency and effectiveness of beta blocking agents, after propranolol, my choice would be atenolol. Atenolol is equally effective across all indications as propranolol. Two added advantages of atenolol are its long half life which allows for most patients to be treated with once daily dosing. Its. Water solubility, does not allow CNS entry, thus markedly reducing CNS adverse effects. ...Read more
I am a 42 year old woman who lately been experience dry skin on face and does accentuate my barely getting wrinkles, am using water soluble moisturize?
Dry Skin: You need to see a dermatologist for an in-person examination of your skin. ...Read more
Should switching from inderal (propranolol) to a water soluble beta blocker be problematic for 88 year old mom?
No: If you are switching to an equivalent or more potent dose, you can switch right over. Follow your docs instructions. ...Read more
Is it possible to overdose on Deplin? If a doctor prescribes >40 or >60MG per day, ok? I know it's water soluble.
Great Question: Talk to your doctor about the appropriate dose of Deplin for you. I did find a study where the dose used in the study went up to 90mg per day. I am NOT recommending this for you or suggesting that you try this. Please discuss your treatment dose with your doctor. Sometimes a higher daily dose is needed to achieve therapeutic benefit. There is no dose adjustment needed for renal or liver disease. ...Read more
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