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Role Copper Toxicity Causing Amblyopia
Very Rare: This scenario is uncommon. Most amblyopia cases develop due to refractive errors (need for prescription glasses), misalignments, obstructions in vision (any cause early on for one eye not to have as clear a view as the fellow eye) or developmental differences between the two eyes. If copper toxicity has effected the clarity of the cornea or the function of the retina then amblyopia could follow. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have anxiety and panic. I have done a lot of research and copper toxicity comes up a lot a a possible cause is there any truth to that?
No: We looked at this decades ago and it's not a cause for concern. ...Read more
Copper IUD is said to be effective but is there a possibility of copper toxicity? I want a non hormonal birth control.
According to Mayo Clinic Medical Labs: decreased serum copper concentrations, can be induced by copper toxicity! How can U be deficient and toxic?
It's subtle: I actually know this one. Copper in the blood circulates bound to a carrier that's produced by the liver. Toxic levels of copper suppress its production. I'm glad you've got an inquiring mind, Carl. This will help you see through the "natural healing" folks' idea that we're just bags of vitamins. If you're interested in supplements or exotic labs, get with an evidence-based holist. ...Read more
Calcium high at 10.7, alkaline Phosphatase very low at 10. Negative parathyroid, not anemic, celiac, copper level is normal. What could be the cause?
Watch it: You may have hypocalciuric hypercalcemia, with probably isn't worth the workup as it's not something worth treating. I trust you're not taking a thiazide or dolomite pills, or overdoing milk / antacids. Unless you also have a low albumin, this is unlikely to impact your life. Low alk-phos is never worrisome. Best wishes. ...Read more
Copper reference lev: 0-2 months: 0.40-1.40 mcg/ml 3-6 months: 0.40-1.60 mcg/ml 7-9 months: 0.40-1.70 mcg/ml 10-12 months: 0.80-1.70 mcg/ml 13 months-10 years: 0.80-1.80 mcg/ml > or =11 years: 0.75-1.45 mcg/ml cus - clinical: copper, serum - mayo medical laboratories these are in mcg/ml. Need to know 106-what? To interpret yours. www.mayomedicallaboratories.com/test-catalog/clinical+and.../8612?. ...Read more
Does a normal serum copper level and serum ceruloplasmin level of 21 rule out wilson's disease? Have fatty liver with zero risk factors & mansymptoms
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