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Luxiq 012 Foam
Yes: Yes it is but you should see your dermatologist for treatment suggestions. ...Read more
Foam mattress: It is not all that simple. If you are having problems you can take a small same of it (maybe with the help of the manufacturer0 to an allergist for a patch test with controls. Sometimes it is not the foam matress but fungicides or other chemicals or even dust mites. ...Read more
Emulsion and Foam: Both are cleansing dispersions of two immiscible substances. In an cleansing emulsion they are both in liquid form whereas in cleansing foam one is liquid and the other is in a gaseous base. ...Read more
I am 37/M. how common, or normal is it, to have some foam in your urine? If this is not normal, what might it indicate?
What could be the problems with foaming urine in the morning hours. Particularly after raise from bed? What test should I do?
Normal: This is seen frequently and is in no way a disease or medical condition requiring testing or other intervention. ...Read more
Is there a foam barrier method still available to help protect from nighttime reflux? It makes so much sense, but can't seems to find one.
Gaviscon, sucralfate: Gaviscon is otc, antacid plus alginic acid to "coat" inflamed tissue. Sucralfate is rx; coats inflamed lining of esophagus and stomach; alters the mucus lining of the stomach; doesn't get absorbed into blood stream; can goop up other meds, so time them either 1/2 h before or 2 hrs after dosing;. ...Read more