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How long does it take for one dose of fluconazole to leave your system? I take atorvastatin. Should I stop it for a little bit before taking fluconazole? If so, for how long?
Depends: Has long half cycle and also depends on other medications. ...Read more
Today I had liver MRI using contrast DOTAREM. How many days do I need to take excessive liquids to flush it out of the system?
2 weeks, Remeron (mirtazapine) 15mg I had 4 alcoholic drinks Sat, didn't take drug that night. Could have I damaged liver for drinking with drug still in my system?
Highly unlikely;: Highly unlikely from a single event, but how much and how often you drink, what other medicines you take, genetic predisposition, and current health state of your liver all impact the result. Any concerns: Nausea, vomiting, yellowish hue to eyes or skin, see your provider for a check up. ...Read more
My friend had one beer last night. Tomorrow he is to take an etg alcohol test. What can he do to get rid of the alcohol in liver, blood, and system?
Wrong Forum: I am sorry to report to you here that we really are physicians and are not in any way interested in helping people beat or scam drug and alcohol testing. People die from alcohol and drug misuse and abuse. If one has legal consequences from their use of these mind altering substances then there may be a reason to stay sober or to get to a serene understanding that they should not drink. ...Read more
How medication gets to liver hi, once you take medication from mouth and it goes into your stomach, how does it then go to the liver so it can go to your blood system?
Hello.: Hello. Some medictions are absorbed in the mouth and stomach, but most are asborbed throught the intestines. The meds travel from the intestines into the blood. The hepatic portal system feeds blood to the liver. The metabolites of the medication go from the liver back into the blood again. ...Read more
How long will it take for marijuana get out of your system if you only smoke it on time my husband has liver cancer and is waiting for a transplant, he has a lot of pain
A few days: One time use does not cause it to stick around for very long, usually a day or less. However, with serious liver disease, some of it may stick around a bit longer, but certainly not more than a few days. I don't think most transplant centers would be doing drug tests, though. ...Read more
My father has cirrhosis and has lead to liver cancer he quit smoking weed in april but it still shows up in his system, how long does it take to leave?
Liver: Detoxification function iimpaired, but notfor 3 months. He's still accessing the herb. ...Read more
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Autoimmune hepatitis: We are not yet aware of the cause of autoimmune hepatitis. It's manifested by autoantibodies against the liver, manufactured by your own immune system. It can be a very aggressive disease, but often is very slow in its onset and its progression. Also, it is treatable, although some of the medicines can have side effects. It is vital that you are treated by a gastroenterologist. Good luck. ...Read more
TSS: It can definitely have an effect on both the immune system and liver as well as the kidneys, skin, GI tract, etc. It depends on the severity of the tss. ...Read more
I have elevated liver enzymes and I took a 0.5mg of Valium on june 30th and its still in my system...
My liver is not getting rid of all the ammonia in my system. What can I eat that will not cause a lot of ammonia.
Taking 4mg alprazolam daily for 2 years, elevated liver counts, court ordered stopped, and failed ua how long will it stay in my system?
Tapering needed: The court may not be realizing that Alprazolam needs to be tapered rather than stopped suddenly. The elimination half-life of Alprazolam is 15-18 hours, but may be longer if you're overweight or have liver issues. It will be in your system for 3-4 days, therefore. But you may be sensitive to reductions in concentration, and experience withdrawal symptoms unless the drug is gradually tapered. ...Read more
Do you know of any hypotheses, ideas or research that's been conducted relating to the link of using isotretinoin and biliary (liver? System disorders?
Here's a good start: See the following drug information link from nih: http://dailymed. Nlm. Nih. Gov/dailymed/archives/fdadruginfo. Cfm? Archiveid=8655. Clinical hepatitis considered to be related to Accutane therapy has been reported, as has pancreatitis. Additionally, mild to moderate elevations of liver enzymes have been observed in approximately 15% of individuals treated during clinical trials. ...Read more
No: No need to worry. Have another cup. ...Read more