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Medicine For Ascorbic Acid Allergy
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
Allergy symptoms: Allergy symptoms are varied and may include hives, itchy, swelling, runny nose, sneezing, coughing, wheezing, throat swelling, shortness of breath, stomach pain, vomiting or diarrhea. When people are allergic to a food most reactions occur soon after ingestion. It is doubtful that someone is allergic to ascorbic acid although it is possible to react to citrus fruits. ...Read more
I have made a work medicine check up.My ascorbic acid levels are too high!you should go to your doctor...Can anyone help?
Need more info: I am not sure what the question relates to. Ascorbic acid (vitamin c) levels are normally not checked. If someone is taking a high dose of vit c, a level might be checked, but I am more interested in why the vitamin and what resources are used for dosing. Some physicians such as dr linus pauling recommend huge dosages (10, 000 mg), other experts 500 mg. Can cause diarrhea maybe kidney stones. ...Read more
Vit C: Great question. Vit c (ascorbic acid) plays a role in tissue regeneration and healing. It is necessary for healthy ligaments, tendons, skin, and blood vessels. There are several studies that point towards Ascorbic Acid helping those with headaches, but headaches are a known side-effect of large doses of ascorbic acid. ...Read more
Safe to take: There really shouldn't be any side effects at that dose. That is the recommended dose for many brands of over the counter vitamin c supplements. As with any pill/drug/supplement you may have upset stomach from taking it or have an allergic response to it. Alwys check with your doctor before starting any supplement to ensure that it is safe for you to take. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Vitamin C: Ascorbic acid, or vitamin c, is a water-soluble vitamin important in our diet. Excess amounts of vitamin c can be excreted via the urine if the body has enough. Other water-soluble vitamins include: vitamin b complex and urine excretion of these is also a common means by which to remove excess from the body. ...Read more
Not promising...: Ascorbic acid supplementation had no significant effect on neuropathy compared with placebo, suggesting that no evidence is available to support treatment with Ascorbic Acid in adults with charcot-marie-tooth 1a. Cmt1a is the most common inherited nerve disorder.High-dose Ascorbic Acid has been shown to have remyelinating potential and to correct the phenotype in mice. ...Read more
No such thing unless: In general vitamin c is extremely safe and non-toxic and you can not overdose, in the sense of taking a quantity that would damage your health. There is a limit to how much you can absorb, and when this amount is exceeded you won't absorb any more and it will act as a laxative.The exception is people who have a hereditary g6pd deficiency, in which high doses of IV vit c can cause hemolytic anemia. ...Read more
One and the same: Ascorbic acid is the chemical name for vitamin c (just as pyridoxine is the chemical name of vit b6 etc.). Vit c is an essential nutrient for every cell of our body.We need it every day as we can't store it.It's crucial for the health of skin, connective tissue, immune system, preventing heart disease etc. See http://www.Lef.Org/magazine/mag2008/apr2008_newly-discovered-benefits-of-vitamin-c_01.Htm. ...Read more
Not exactly the same: Sodium ascorbate is one of the mineral salts contained in ascorbic acid/vitamin C. It does not seem to be more bioavailable (available for use by the body) than other forms of vitamin C supplementation. There is also the down side that it contains sodium. I would discourage you from considering megadosing anything, including vitamin C. Stay well:) ...Read more
Does 60 mg of ascorbic acid or cocoa powder cause acid reflux? I have been told citrus and chocolate are not good.
They can - depends: Every person is different, and every stomach reacts to different foods by producing a different amount of acid (for a different period of time). Thus, while citrus and chocolate have been reported to cause worse acid reflux in some people, so have tomatoes, spicy foods, peppers, vegetables, and even antacids! The only way to know for u is to change your diet and see if the symptoms get worse. ...Read more
Yes it is safe: Yes it is safe.Get a more detailed answer ›
Ascorbic acid O/D: An overdose occurs when an excessive / dangerous dose of a drug / substance is used. Excessive doses of Vitamin C can cause: diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, heartburn, abdominal bloating & cramps, headache, insomnia & renal calculi. REF: http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/expert-answers/vitamin-c/faq-20058030 ...Read more
Unknown: Ascorbic acid is generally given by mouth and there is much debate on how long it lasts in the human body. The half life is described in the medical literature as being anywhere between 30 min and 17 days. In general we think of vitamin c levels easily reaching capacity and having a relatively short half life which is why we advise for daily oral supplementation. ...Read more
I use cecon (ascorbic acid) drops to my 3month old baby only 2 drops i thing is better to my baby or not is better to my baby?
How many mg of ascorbic acid should I take to help me heal?I have chickenpox and currently taking 500mg vit c twice a day + 50mg. A total of 1050mg.
Up to 20,000 mg/day!: The sicker you are the more vitamin c you need. A common concept by nutritionally-oriented docs is to take as much vit c as your body can absorb- you know you are at the limit when you get loose stools (this is called bowel tolerance). Try 2000 mg every 1-2 hours until you get loose stools to find out how much your body needs- see http://bit.Ly/1dml8dy for details! ...Read more
See Your Doctor: 3 mos old takes "Cecon 2 drops"; is Ascorbic Acid (Vit. C). It is not known why you are giving your baby Vit. C. It is used to treat certain conditions such as Scurvy & more however it is not routinely given to normal, healthy infants. Vit. C has side-effects if improperly dosed & with certain conditions such as G6PD deficiency (common to your region). Do not use without a doctor's recommendation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have some black pigments precipitate on my face. Can ascorbic acid and 2 glucoside remove or lightens it?
No.: Don't experiment with your face. I don't know what you mean, exactly, by "black pigments precipitate", but let a dermatologist evaluate you properly, and prescribe an appropriate treatment. ...Read more
May or may not: It is better to take vit c and most other vitamins with meal to improve absorption. ...Read more
My baby is 5 months old and she's g6pd...is it ok for her to take multivitamins and ascorbic acid?
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