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Manganese Sulfate Medication
Is there any long term complications that develop from repeated exposure to ferro manganese (femn) or ferro silica (fesi)? I work in a steel foundry.
See answer: Selenium does not improve thyroid function in hypothyroid individuals. Selenium deficiency does exacerbate auto-immune thyroiditis and congenital hypothyroidism. Selenium reduces incidence of postpartum autoimmune thyroiditis and reduces anti-thyroid peroxidase levels. Selenium also improves mild Graves opthalmopathy. Magnesium deficiency may play a role in the genesis of hypothyroidism and Graves ...Read more
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I suffer w/ menieres & bad vertigo. Could manganese help with vertigo? I currently take Valium & meclizine
I eat healthy but also i take mutivitamins and minerals suplement is it safe ? and i take 3 mg of Manganese and 12 mg of zinc is it safe ?
OK: If you don,t eat vegetable and fruit those supplement are ok ,but if you eat vegetable and fruit you don,t need those supplement. ...Read more
Unlikely: I'm not sure what extremely high levels of manganese would do to a person, but i doubt it would cause only increased anger. If you know why it's elevated, stop the cause and see what happens. If you don't know, find a physician to help figure it out. Anger is not uncommon with adhd. If it is new, looking for what has changed is worthwhile; if chronic, work with a professional on that issue. ...Read more
Magnesium Supplement 300mg with Manganese 4mg
(Manganese amino acid chelate 40mg)should i be cautious as the upper limits are reported as11mg a day?
The dose is OK but: The dose is OK but why are you taking it? ...Read more
I take Minirals pill and vitamins pill .and both of them cotain zinc and Manganese and vitamin d is it safe ?
Manganese = 2.8 mg
I suffer menieres & bad vertigo. Would b100 vitamins & manganese benefit me? A pharmacist suggested these. Side effects?Thanks
Anecdotal advice: There is no compelling evidence to suggest that manganese and vitamin B complex can help with Meniere's - patients may experience the placebo effect. Important not to overdose on these OTC products. Are you taking acetazolamide and/or on a low-salt diet? See your neurologist or ENT physician for further discussion. http://www.utmb.edu/otoref/grnds/Menieres_061213/Menieres-slides_061213.pdf ...Read more
Please I have 9.5hb and in the 9th month of pregnancy. Midwife prescribed Ferro Manganese Cobre. Can I take folic acid and fersolate in addition?
Etiquette: You may want to discuss with your provider, if you feel that you should take medication in addition to the one presciribed by the provider ...Read more
Hi , i was wondering if a calcium supplement which also has vitamin d, manganese, magnesium, boron and vitamin K good for you?
Yes! : This sounds like a formula well-designed for bone health. Supplements work in symergy. You can't absorb calcium if you are low in vit d. Vit k makes sure the calcium goes to your bones instead of arteries. Boron improves bone density and magnesium and manganese are also important for bone health. ...Read more
Is Magnesium Oxide 300mg with Manganese 4mg(Manganese amino acid chelate 40mg*11mgUpper Limit)for
Migraine Aura or is Magnesium Citrate Best Option?
I take BP med lisinopril 10 mg.Can i take a multi with c, d3, k, thiamin, ribo, niacin, b6b12, biotin, pantothenic acid, cal, iod, mag, zinc, manganese, chromium, +?
Do calc ascorbate 150mg, niacin 40mg, biotin 600mcg, magnesium 225mg, potassium 6mg, zinc 15mg, manganese , inositol, and PABA 10mg good when I'm TTC?
Unknown. Go natural.: Unless there are specific deficiencies in a woman, going natural is safest. It is not known what happens when a woman takes various drugs or chemicals, nor what is actually in various tablets or potions sold in stores or online. Eating a natural, balanced, healthy diet is safest (one can choose Organic foods if one feels Organic is safer). One can take a trusted brand of a daily prenatal vitamin. ...Read more
A stimulant: Ephedrine (ephedrine sulfate) is similar to the stimulants the body makes itself - adrenaline, noradrenaline and dopamine, and does many of the same things - raises blood pressure and pulse, is a decongestant, appetite suppressant. Because of its risks, most doctors no longer prescribe it, and use pseudoEphedrine (ephedrine sulfate) (sudafed) instead as a decongestant mainly. It is still found in many herbal drugs, esp from china. ...Read more
Please can you tell me what is this medication for?medication-Procart(chondrotin Sulfate and curcumin extract).
Inflammation joint: Chondroitin Sulfate is usually used to help with chronic degenerative joint disease. Chondroitin helps to preserve cartilage and support joint health. Curcumin is an anti inflammatory to help in more acute situations. This combination may help with chronic joint pain and or swelling. ...Read more
I've been taking codeine sulfate 60mg. Lately my medication is on backorder. Which other pain meds could I consider. It has to be similar to codeine?
See your doctor: There is no over the counter replacement for codeine. There are multiple other options, but they are all controlled substances that need be prescribed by a physician. See your doctor to determine which is best for you. ...Read more
Quinidin-Quinora: It is a heart medicine used to treat rhythm problem of the heart. ...Read more
I have anemia and take iron medication (ferrous sulfate). Should I continue if i recently developed hemorrhoids and the iron makes me constipated?
F/57 having hysteroscopy d&c tomorrow with general anesthesia .can I take my medication today.? Which are Paxil 40mg Ativan 1mg codeine sulfate 120mg. Anastrazole 1mg I take all thsse daily.forgot to ask my doctor and today Sunday clinic are close.
Patient is already scheduled for hysteroscopy/d&C with general anesthesia. Patient should take paxil, Ativan and codeine today and do not take any in am. Avoid anastarzole(NSAID) today, tomorrow and resume day after surgery. Inform the anesthesiologist and your doctor of all that you took in am.
Good luck. ...Read more
There does not appear to be any reason for people with sulfa or sulfite allergies to avoid medications that contain a sulfate salt such as barium sulfate. Here is the web page:
http://allergies.About.Com/od/medicationallergies/a/sulfahub.Htm. ...Read more
Pseudoephedrine: Yes, to stimulants such as meth, & also to ecstacy. ...Read more
Yes: Drugs tests look for 2 essential chemicals when they look for opiates - Codeine and morphine, which are similar compounds and they are both converted into each other. Hydrocodone is metabolized into Codeine which is then transformed by acetylation to morphine. These are the final common pathway products for most, but not all, opiates. Oxycodone produces relatively little, is has separate test. ...Read more
Several uses: Magnesium sulfate is commonly used to stop premature labor, and to prevent eclamptic seizures, and may also be beneficial for a baby born prematurely. Typically a "loading dose" of 4-6 grams is used, followed by 2-3 grams per hour given intravenously. Side effects including flushing, dry mouth, blurred vision, and nausea, and are usually worse for the first 24 hours a woman gets the medication. ...Read more