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Lysine Overdose Symptoms
Essential amino acid: Lysine is an esential Amino Acid (a building block for proteins) that is not synthesized in animals. We get it from aspartic acid from plants (especially legumes) or our friendly flora (bacteria), eggs, meats, soy, cheese and fish. It is metabolized to get acetyl-coa which is essential for production of energy & acetylcholine. It's been pro-ported for immunodeficiency, anxiety, cancer, incr bp.. ...Read more
Yes: Lysine is an essential amino acid with many benefits. Foods like beef, chicken, tuna and salmon contain 2000-4000 mg per serving. Studies where people take 3000 mg/day show no problems. Massive doses may be unsafe in those with kidney or liver disease but yes, more than 2000 mg/day is safe. See http://www. Med. Nyu. Edu/content? ChunkIID=21791 ...Read more
No effect: Lysine is a non-essential Amino Acid and the body can handle it well. The eye takes in what it needs and leaves the rest in the blood stream. No sure why you would over-indulge in lysine but any changes in your eyesight are from some other cause. ...Read more
Yes: Lysine is an essential amino acid usually found in a normal diet. As a doctor, I am not aware of any recommendations to breast feeding woman that they require extra lysine, in fact, I have never prescribed it. You should just get it from a proper well balanced diet and then it will pass through the breast milk so that your baby can have some too. ...Read more
L (levo) lysine...: ...is a natural amino acid, present in greater or lesser amounts in all proteins. Sold as a health supplement, but there are no proved benefits. Sometimes recommended by some non-scientific sources for herpes, but lysine has no benefit in treating or preventing herpes outbreaks. The dose probably doesn't matter much; take whatever the label says. It would be difficult to take enough to be harmful. ...Read more
Yes: Lysine is safe to crush.Get a more detailed answer ›
Studies on lysine 1g tid for hsv rx with dietary restriction of nuts, chocolate and gelatin, (rich in arginine, competing with lysine for intestinal absorption) showed at 6 month 74% effectiveness. Monolaurin is antiviral and can be taken 2g
tid, while eating more foods rich in lysine (yogurt, fish, potatoes) and use coconut oil (monolaurin).
Address nervous system, immunity, hsv, detoxification. ...Read more
Hi, I take mirtazipine 30 mg one at night. Is it ok to take feminax with lysine in it during the day?
You can go here and enter your medications or their ingredients and it will check for interactions:
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if feminax is just ibuprofen and lysine then its fine to take together. If you have complications or problems you should see your physician. ...Read more
High doses, maybe: Deficiency symptoms might include stomach cramps, diarrhea, hair loss weight loss, poor concentration, reproductive problems, kidney stones. It can interact with a number of antibiotics to lethal effect. It could cause severe allergic reactions, (swelling of lips and tongue, or throat closure, difficulty breathing) old people need it more than young. Athletes use it. ...Read more
All of them because:: I was going to say none of them because lysine does not make any antibiotic more dangerous, but the truth is that all antibiotics are dangerous to some degree- they can all cause allergic reactions ; by killing our friendly flora can disrupt our body's ecology. There are of course times when the benefits outweigh the risks, but since all antibiotics are dangerous they should be used with caution. ...Read more
L-lysine lose weight:
L-lysine, an Amino Acid helps convert fatty acids to energy, Evidence isn’t strong enough to show that it is a powerful fat burner to help lose weight.
To Lose weight
Understand your hunger cues
Control the impulse to eat when you are not hungry Do not just eat, eat slow, converse with family and friends.
Manage your stress
It is not WHAT you eat
IT IS WHAT is eating you! ...Read more
I pain the left side of palate @takin 2.800mg parocetomal a wk@10260mg of ibrufen lysine a wk been told have 2 live with it no nerve tab works, help?
Diagnosis?: What was the diagnosis and by whom? Oral surgeon, primary care physician? Neurologist? Ent specialist, etc. Without being able to see you, know the diagnosis, see x-rays, know who you've seen and what their findings were, etc. We have very little information to go on and can't offer any advice other than perhaps to seek another opinion. ...Read more