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Medicine For Lactic Acid Allergy
Refer to the orthopo: Pls keep taking your meds, and refer asap to your orthopod, he/she might want to consult an allergist or evaluate your symptoms accordingly, which might be due to the materials used orsomething else causing the symptoms. ...Read more
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
I have mouth ulcer and the doctor has recommended B-complex and doxycycline and lactic acid bacillus capsules. Are these medicines okay?
Mouth ulcers: What was the diagnosis?? That's the important question. The cause will determine the treatment. Was the "doctor" a physician or dentist? What you mentioned regarding medicines are fine, but will they cure or prevent the ulcers? That's a question we cannot determine over the internet without examining you and knowing your medical and dental history. ...Read more
Compensatory: Many things can cause an increased production of Lactic Acid in our bodies. When our oxygen levels or delivery of oxygen are lower than what we need, our bodies will produce lactic acid. They may increase with strenuous exercise or by serious conditions such as sepsis, heart failure, or shock. Also a medication used to control glucose in diabetics called metformin may increase our lactic acid. ...Read more
Don't stop: So, Lactic Acid builds up from working out - exercising. If you stop rather than go through a cool down period - it will build up and cause pain. You need to - if a runner - go to a slow run/jog/walk at the end of your run - to continue good blood flow and removal of the lactic acid. ...Read more
No they're not: Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but the peels before reaching FULL adulthood can be dangerous to the still developing skin. The skin has not reached its full thickness even during the teen years yet, so doing a peel could take it down too far in the skin layers and expose layers of the skin that should not be exposed. This can lead to severe pain, infection, poor healing and disfigurement. ...Read more
Yes: But done under the right conditions by an experienced provider. Home use of chemical peels in teenagers should not be recommended ...Read more
It goes away: They say "pain is just weakness leaving the body". But it's really lactic acidosis building up in the muscles. This occurs as part of the normal metabolism of glucose by your muscle in the absence of oxygen (called anaerobic metabolism). The Lactic Acid clears from the muscles (and your body) with rest, plenty of fluids and appropriate nutrition. ...Read more
Shin splints: These are a form of muscle strain where calf muscles connect to the shin (tibial bone). Like tendonitis, it can take time to heal when it gets started (usually related to excess activity when you're just getting started without warming up adequately). Alternating ice/heat, ibuprofen, stretching before work-outs will gradually heal this over 2-3 weeks. Good shoes will help too! ...Read more
No.: Lactic acid is normal products of muscle strong or prolonged activity. It is helpful to have warm pad apply to increase blood circulation to bring the acid away. Muscle relaxer is not work on blood vessels and may have significant side effects, not indicate to use for this purpose. ...Read more
Lactic acidosis: Lactic acid is an end product of "anerobic metabolism". Normally cells use oxygen as a substrate for metabolism however if there is not enough oxygen available cells have an altered metabolic process where the end product is lactic acid Treatment is aimed at restoring normal perfusion. Individuals who exercise can generate lactate but it is rapidly removed due to a healthy cardiovascular system ...Read more
Lactic Acid: Few hours after rest and fluid intake. ...Read more
No.: Everyone has a small amount of Lactic Acid in their body. Those who have an excess of Lactic Acid are generally very ill. They need hospitalization and intensive care to reverse the underlying process which has seriously undermined their metabolism. The rest of us have nothing to worry about from physiologic amounts of Lactic Acid and no treatment is necessary. ...Read more
Can I use retacnyl as well as products that contain lactic acid? And how do I treat a mild rash from retacnyl?
Hmm...: This is way to complex... you should see a Doctor that can examine you ...Read more
Can lactic acid build up from workouts produce symptoms of lactose intolerance in people who are lactose intolerant?
My right calf is getting that lactic acid feeling just by walking less than 1000m. I haven't done an injury what could this be?
I have had pain in the outside of my shins for years where it feels like lactic acid build up. It starts almost immediately when I run.
Probably Nothing: Lactic acid is the byproduct of your cells when they metabolize sugars without oxygen. This is what happens when you go for a long run... Lactic acid accumulates in your tired muscles and causes a burning sensation. If depleted, probably not much happens... Lactic acid can accumulate for lots of other reasons too, but generally related to a lack of oxygen. ...Read more