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Is it safe to take alpa lipoic acid, n-acetyl l-cysteine (nac) and milk thistle when prescribed quetiapine? The supplements i take for my liver.

Is it safe to take alpa lipoic acid, n-acetyl l-cysteine (nac) and milk thistle when  prescribed quetiapine?  The supplements i take for my liver.

Probably safe: Please speak with your own physician about this first. There are no problems with alpha-lipoic acid or nac and quetiapine, but there's a possible interaction with milk thistle. There's contradictory evidence aboutit increasing, decreasing, or having no effect on the liver enzyme system that processes quetiapine. In 1 human study milk thistle didn't affect these enzymes -- so with caution, ok. ...Read more

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Does nac-acetyl cysteine help relieve dry eye?

Does nac-acetyl cysteine help relieve dry eye?

Mucomyst: This medication is helpful in prevent recurrence of filaments in severe dry eye but does not treat dry eye itself. See your eye doctor for appropriate dry eye therapy. ...Read more

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Who is taking n-acetyl-cysteine?

Who is taking n-acetyl-cysteine?

N-acetyl cysteine: N-acetyl cysteine is a unique medication that has been used for mucus thinning in a person afflicted with pneumonia or bronchitis. Inhaled in to one's bronchi, it breaks up mucus. NAC is also used as an anti-oxidant and as a kidney protecting intervention against radiocontrast dye. It is available from pharmacists with prescription and in hospitals. ...Read more

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What is the recommended dose of n-acetyl cysteine for asthma?

What is the recommended dose of n-acetyl cysteine for asthma?

Not researched: N acetyle cystein is a supplement with antioxidant properties, but there is no evidence based medical documentation for use of it in treatment of asthma. Shahzeidi, md. ...Read more

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I take n-acetyl-cysteine, is this okay to take daily - I am a heavy smoker cutting down and it seems to help my lungs (pain, mild mucus, breathless)?

I take n-acetyl-cysteine, is this okay to take daily - I am a heavy smoker cutting down and it seems to help my lungs (pain, mild mucus, breathless)?

No problem: But check your dose with your doctor. Good luck stopping smoking. 65% of smokers develop depression. I am curious if you are on all three antidepressants at once and whether that is helping. Let me know. ...Read more

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I wish to try N -acetyl cysteine; I ve heard it eases anxiety and liver problems-is this true? any side effects of using this [I ve lung issues]

I wish to try N -acetyl cysteine; I ve heard it eases anxiety and liver problems-is this true?  
any side effects of using this [I ve lung issues]

Side effects: NAC is very safe for most people. It should not be used if you have asthma or a history of asthma or if you have a bleeding disorder as it can impair clotting. Other side effects include nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Although it often chelates metabolites in the liver, it can cause liver toxicity and should be avoided if you have liver issues, take numerous medications or drink frequently ...Read more

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Can i take acetyl-cysteine and ambroxol/guaiphenesin together to ease up my phlegm?

Can i take acetyl-cysteine and ambroxol/guaiphenesin together to ease up my phlegm?

Yes: All of those things can loosen your phlegm. They are safe to take together and should work better in combination than alone. Another substance that helps loosen phlegm is potassium iodide. ...Read more

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What is the difference between N-acetylcysteine and N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine?

Why: do you want to know? Why are you concerned about either compound. Perhaps if we know this we can give you a reasonable response. ...Read more

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Can N-acetylcysteine (NAC) be used to lower glutamate levels and/or treat glutamate rebound?

Can N-acetylcysteine (NAC) be used to lower glutamate levels and/or treat glutamate rebound?

Not definite: no specific meds for glutamate dysfunction, anything available has a lot of side effects. ...Read more