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Are there any side effects to taking Zyrtec, (cetirizine) lysozyme, kaloba long term in children 2-4 years old?
Does acne get dry and heal up when we apply saliva on it since it contains lysozyme .what do you think ??????????????
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My wife is trying to get pregnant, I am taking antibiotics - lysozyme & emsolone. Will this affect the fetus, if my wife conceives. Thank you.
What type of inflammation is Etoricoxib and Lysozyme used for? Any difference? Can Etoricoxib be used for inflammation caused by bacterial infection?
Is Leftose (Lysozyme HCL) suitable for inflammation at finger along nail margin? Applying Fucicort (Fusidic acid & Betamethasone).
Medication: Do not apply medication without a prescription from your doctor!!! ...Read more
I'm having Seborrhoeic dermatitis and taking Neurovit, Apo-cetirizine, Lysozyme 30mg.But I think I'm fever due to cold weather (I don't have a thermometer but I feel headache and dry-eyes).Can I take Acetaminophen-containing product at the same time?
Sure: Get a thermometer. You're taking a pricey mix of vitamins, an antihistamine, and lysozyme which is probably doing you no good. Seborrheic dermatitis is easily managed by evidence-based medicine -- what you're taking won't touch it but if you want "natural", you can choose from sulfur, coal tar, or a variety of other stuff that will. Best wishes. ...Read more
I am not aware: Of any clinical use of dialyzed serum. Such products are available from animal sources and are utilized in culture systems for study of blood stem cells and progenitors. I would be suspect of a claim for human therapeutic use. ...Read more
IgE: In serum measures the level of IgE circulating in the blood stream, it is the immunoglobulin that binds to the surface of certain cells, mast cells and basophills, and responsible for acute type I allergic reactions. IgE measures the amount of circulating IgE not the bound IgE, it is elevated in certain diseases ...Read more
Magnesium: I'm not sure what you mean. Assuming this means you were told by your doctor you had a abnormally high serum magnesium level, it can be caused by a number of things, some a simple as use of certain magnesium-containing antacids. It is also associated with kidney disease and if pathologic often associated with abnormal calcium and/or potassium levels. It definitely deserves further evaluation. ...Read more
Yes: The most common treatment for serum sickness is discontinuation of the offending drug, combined with the use of both antihistamines and glucocorticoids. Withdrawal of the drug by itself is usually sufficient treatment for patients with mild symptoms. Fever and joint pains resolve within 48 hours. To prevent recurrence, the culprit drug should be avoided in the future, if possible. ...Read more
Unfortunately...Yes: Serum sickness got it's name from reactions after treatments with high doses of horse serum given for treatments snake bites or tetanus. Antibiotics can also cause this. The persons antibodies clump with the foreign serum proteins. These clumps (immune complexes) can clog small blood vessels in the skin, mucous membranes, joints, kidneys and intestines. Fulminant severe reaction can be fatal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Neutralize toxin: anti-tetanus toxin or toxoid binds with tetanus toxin or toxoid, neutralize it, and passes out of body as a harmless substance, thereby preventing damaging toxin effet. However, whenever possible, tetanus immune globulins should be given instead of tetanus anti-toxin, since the latter lasts shorter than the immunoglobulins, and has more side effects. Tetanus anti-toxin is made from horse serum. ...Read more
Depends on values: Elevated IgA level might just represent an adequate response to an infection. If this is the case, when the infection is gone, the levels would come back to normal. Less common, they could be extremely high and might indicative of a proliferative disorder of the cells that produce the iga. ...Read more