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Hivid Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitor
Is there a test that detects "reverse transcriptase" (not a specific virus) in humans?...Just as a general test to rule-out certain kinds of viruses?
Can you build tolerance to a pde5 inhibitor?How to reverse it/avoid it?What can I take to make it more effective?Will a detox help reverse tolerance?
Here are some...: What are your age and overall health background? Just like any drug, PDE-5i boosts up the marginal functional impairment so to enhance erectile dysfunction but would not stop continual accumulation of undesirable ill effects of aging. On top of that, as men age, esp. after 30, physiological replenishing ability gradually diminishes. So, nothing can reverse aging effect... ...Read more
Kappa light chain (monoclonal) and recurring sterile wbc rbc in urine with declining ckd patient. Anemia reverses on tnf-a inhibitors. Suggestions?
Pain med: Cox-1 (cyclooxygenase-1) is an enzyme that regulates prostaglandins, and is important for a healthy stomach lining and kidneys. Inhibition turns this off, leading to gastrointestinal bleeding. Cox-2 (cyclooxygenase-2) is an enzyme that makes the prostaglandins which increase inflammation, pain and fever. So a cox-2 inhibitor is, in effect, a pain blocker. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Inhibitors: Also called inhibiter a person or thing that inhibits 2. (chemistry) also called anticatalyst a substance that retards or stops a chemical reaction compare catalyst 3. (life sciences & allied applications / biochemistry) biochem a. A substance that inhibits the action of an enzyme b. A substance that inhibits a metabolic or physiological process a plant growth inhibitor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer