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How Much Copper Can Galzin Remove
IUD removal.: IUD.Intra-uterine device.Under normal circumstances,removal of an IUD should not pose problems provided it is done at the correct time.GPs can do this or you can see an OBGYN.Removal of normal copper IUDs is generally an easy process.Cost will depend who you choose to go to. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Need 150-200cms: All of the intestine can be removed. However, most adults need to keep at least 150 to 200 cms of small intestine to maintain enough function to avoid complications such as dehydration, severe diarrhea, and vitamin/mineral deficiencies. When you have less than that amount, you may require supplemental IV fluids of nutrition into the vein. Some patients receive intestine transplant, if necessary. ...Read more
Depends.: Implanon removal should be covered under insurance, but you might have a copay. If you're in a high deductible plan, call your doctor's office and ask. They usually give discounts for cash paying patients. You can also try a federally qualified health center or county clinic if you don't have insurance - and will usually remove for free or minimal charge. Good luck! ...Read more
Varies based on : metabolism. Why are you monitoring these levels? ...Read more
Variable: obtain quote from provider.Get a more detailed answer ›
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Laser Hair Removal: The biggest factor that will influence the typical cost of laser hair removal is the area that you are having treated. While many say that the typical cost of a single laser hair removal treatment can range around $400, it should be known that this typical price is not completely correct. Small areas like the upper lip can cost anywhere between about $50 and $200 per treatment larger areas more. ...Read more
Depends.: This depends on many factors, including prior drinking history, genetic predisposition, and other medical illnesses. Regardless, Current recommendations say that anything more than one drink per day for women and two drinks per day for men is probably not healthy on a routine basis. Moderation is key. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Remaining parathyroi: It sounds like you had a parathyroid adenoma removed because of hyperparathyroidism. Typically this is a problem of one parathyroid. You have 3 others that will function fine after removal of the overactive one. Calcium levels which were high, should return to normal and stay normal. ...Read more
Several treatments: It will usually take several treatments.Get a more detailed answer ›
All but 150-200 cm: All of the intestine can be removed. However, most adults need to keep at least 150 to 200 cm of small intestine to maintain enough function to avoid complications such as dehydration, severe diarrhea, and vitamin/mineral deficiencies. When you have less than that amount, you may require supplemental IV fluids of nutrition into the vein. Some patients receive intestine transplant, if necessary. ...Read more
Several effects: Copper deficiency can cause a number of problems such as neurologic (nerve) problems, anemia (low red blood cell count), confusion, fragile hair, weakness, osteoporosis (thin bones that fracture easily). These effects can be prevented by taking a copper supplement and restoring normal copper balance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diet/exercise: It will take burning off 35, 000 calories that you don't take in to lose a pound. Since i don't know how much fat you need to lose i can't tell you how long that will take, but the sooner you start, the sooner you'll succeed. ...Read more
Minutes: It takes just a few minutes to disconnect the braces from the teeth. It takes longer to remove the residual bonding material from the teeth and then polish the teeth. Additional time required to take impressions for retainers and to go over post-braces oral hygiene instructions. Ask your Treating Dentist or Orthodontic Specialist how much time you should set aside. ...Read more
No: Hair naturally grows back if a person naturally removes hair. That's because we humans are mammals and are supposed to have hair... It's just the way we're made. However, if one keeps plucking the same place, she may end up with enough chronic damage to all the follicles in that area and create a permanent bald spot. ...Read more
Urine: B vitamins are passed through your kidneys. If you take too much, you generally pee it right out. It doesn't really get stored in your body. ...Read more
Depends: Acute toxicity occurs when adults take more than 20-100 times the rda ( recommended daily amount) of vitamin a over a period of hours or a few days. This clears in days. This is less of a problem than is chronic toxicity from preformed vitamin a. Chronic toxicity results from the taking high amounts of preformed vitamin a for months or years of > 25, 000 iu can lead to permanent health problems. ...Read more
Really bizarre: It depends on the components of the specific brand. Let's just say that any amount is potentially very toxic. Why would you even ask this question? ...Read more
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