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How Long Do The Symptoms Of Vitamin B6 Toxicity Last
Some may fade....: When there is tingling, that may fade with time once poisoning with B6 stops. However, because B6 is toxic to the sensory ganglia and causes permanent cell loss there, the loss of balance tends to at least partly remain even after the poisoning stops. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on levels: A naive individual who drinks as little as a pint of 80 proof liquor (chugging, as in fraternity/sorority hazings) may die with an alcohol level of 250 mg%. More tolerant individuals may need alcohol levels two to three times that level to experience poisoning. Alcohol is metabolized at 10-15 mg%/hour, so about a day would be required to fully metabolize a level of 300 mg%. ...Read more
Not sure what you me: Tryptophan is an Amino Acid present in many foods. It is also available as a supplement were it has absolutely no use. Unless you took an overdose of a health store supplement, there are no real effects. If you did overdose, it should wear off quickly unless you keep abusing it. ...Read more
How long does alzheimer's disease "take" from first symptoms 'til complete and permanent loss of all control?
How long do the cognitive and neurological symptoms of B12 deficiency take to heal after correction?
Depends on: Your age, how long you've had low B12 and how low it got. I usually try to keep the level above 450 for the first year and above 350 thereafter. In older people we tend to see incomplete recovery. Balance if impaired with eyes closed should start to improve with 6-9 months of therapy. Cognitive slowing can improve sooner. Some people report improved thinking within a week. ...Read more
What kind?: There are number of different classes of insecticides and each class has its own profile of toxic effects. The link below provides information about organophophates, a common type of insecticide. If you have been exposed to insecticides, it would be prudent to see your doctor. http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/167726-overview ...Read more
Black mold: In humans black mold poisoning is controversial and usually mild. It may come from ingested of moldy grain but would be uncommon. Inhalation of balck mold spores can produce fatigue and allergy and temporary memory impairment in my experience by actual neurotoxicity is controversial. ...Read more
Many factors : Depends on a lot of things. Untreated, lyme disease can spread to many organs over weeks & months, yet still not show symptoms. Or, a person could get very ill within days of the tick bite. Untreated, lyme disease does not go away by itself, even if the symptoms get better. Complete treatment is necessary, for weeks if just after tick bite, and months if treatment delayed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long do the results of phototherapy last? Phototherapy seems kind of expensive to me. How long do the benefits typically last?
Age of patient?: It is not clear what you are asking. Are you asking about phototherapy for newborns who are jaundiced? Please clarify before we can answer ...Read more
Many disorders: With very low d, rickets in children and osteomalacia (soft bones) in adults. These conditions can be associated with bone pain, fractures, bone loss, fatigue, muscle weakness, and low blood calcium levels. With more modest deficiency, most believe that there is an increased risk of heart disease, dementia, and many types of cancer, including breast, colon and prostate.Go to vitamindcouncil.Org. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
B6: B 6 is water soluble and can be quickly flushed out of the body with drinking water. ...Read more
How long it might take to replete the B12 storage in the body from low 200pg/ml and see improvement in deficiency symptoms, with a 1000mcg/day dose?
If your B12 is low: chances are you need to replace it the rest of your life. Using 2 mg by mouth may over ride the problem with absorption. Check your level periodically and keep it above 550 ( European Standard) This can be achieved in most cases with bi weekly B12 (1.2mg to 1.8 mg under the tongue liquid) This will run you 10-15 dollars a year. I have about 350 patients on this form. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Doctors, what are the effects of nicotine withdrawal and how long does it take for the effects to happen?
Many effects and: a short time after last use. Nicotine is a short-acting drug, which is why people who smoke average 1-3 cigarettes per hour while awake (as opposed to heroin 3-4X/day). Withdrawal consists of anxiety, craving for tobacco, muscle tenseness, insomnia and irritability. It occurs within 4-7 hours after last dose, which is why very dependent smokers need a cigarette as soon as they wake up. ...Read more
2-3 days: High fever (greater than 102° f [38.8° c])rapid drop in blood pressure (with lightheadedness or fainting).Sunburn-like rash that can be anywhere on the body, including the palms of the hands and soles of the feet , vomiting or diarrhea , severe muscle aches or weakneness, bright red coloring of the eyes, mouth, throat, and vagina, headache, confusion, disorientation, , seizures, headache, -2-3days. ...Read more
The half life ...: of neurontin, (gabapentin) or the time it takes for half of the drug to lose its pharmacologic activity, is 5-7 hours. So at about 6 hours, 400 mg of activity remans; after another 6 hours, 200 mg of activity remains. After 24 hours, less than 50 mg..one sixteenth of the original dose..may be still active in the body. Likely no one would experience any effects from this. Short answer: "all" gone in 24 hours. ...Read more
How can I see the long-term efficacy (and any side effects) of propranolol and related drugs? Are they safe over the long term? How to be sure?
drugs.com, webmd: Propranalol has been available for many years and there is data on long term safety and side effects. Efficacy depend on you and why you were prescribed this medicine. You and your health care provider determine that. ...Read more
Mold exposure: The symptoms vary depending on several factors: if the person is allergic to mold or not, the type of mold and the amount of mold exposed to. Symptoms can vary also from respiratory symptoms to more complex symptoms. This is a vague question to answer. ...Read more
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