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Signs Symptoms Of Not Eating Enough Protein
You will be protein:
You will be protein deprived and you will not survive
protein is essential for our body, it makes up muscle, bone, skin and hair
after removing water protein is 75% of body weight and body can not store protein as it stores fat.
Protein is essential for hemoglobin, enzymes, hormones and antibodies
you can not survive without proteins. In other words without protein there is no life. ...Read more
Currently having a lengthy hypoglycemia attack; payday and protein bar 45 minutes ago. Now eating beef. Anxiety symptoms still. There. Help?!
Sounds like a panic: Attack or Klonopin (clonazepam) withdrawal. If I am correct and it is a panic attack which I'm assuming it is because your blood sugar should've normalized by now. I believe you posted this originally four hours ago. The duration would make me think of either Klonopin (clonazepam) withdrawal or status panic which is where you have prolonged panic. Either way you should contact your doctor and ask specifically how much Klonopin (clonazepam) you should take to get the symptoms under control. Not knowing your dose or if you missed a dose makes it impossible to give you any more detailed advice. ...Read more
What protein can I drink while nursing a 9 month old? I'm not eating enough and losing too much weight
Whatever you like: You might find Carnation's breakfast essentials as a less costly alternative to products like Ensure. It comes in several flavors. Ensure or Ensure plus would work. There are similar products out there. Be sure to continue your prenatal vitamins since they help prevent baby from draining your system too much of essential vitamins. ...Read more
If you were not eating enough calories and ate very low amount of protein as well- could that contribute to any hair loss over time?
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To lose weight I've been eating salad & lean protein. Stomach pain after 4hrs of not eating. Should I give in and eat?
Yes...: Try to snack in between your major meals with a healthy snack like cucumbers or celery. Also drink water, avoid sugary drinks, and yes, DIET drinks. Diet drinks fool your brain and you actually end up eating more to make up for the calories your brain thinks you need. Low-fat foods means added carbs, thus you end up gaining weight. Keep it simple, natural, and lean! Good luck! ...Read more
I have black stool with no pain eating some protein shakes and gummy vitamins haven't had any symptoms of any type??
Can't store protein: Unlike carbohydrates and fat, there is no storage form in the body for proteins. Proteins are either incorporated into tissues or they are eliminated. However there are conditions in the body such as amyloidosis which involve abnormal deposition of misfolded proteins; these can cause a variety of problems including heart failure and kidney failure. ...Read more
If you had ahus when you were young and have not had any symptoms for years except some low amounts of protein can you go into relapse with ahus?
Ahus: Atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome can reoccur. We don't know what cause it but something can go awry in your hemolytic system. As stated we don't know why. ...Read more
Allergy vs intoleran: Common and medical meaning of milk allergy and intolerance might be confussing. Medically, there is definition of milk protein allergy and of lactose intolerance. Milk protein intolerance is not a formal medical diagnosis. Lactose intolerance is characterized by bloating, abdominal cramping and often diarrhea after eating dairy food, and using lactase (lactaid) helps control symptoms. ...Read more
What happens if your body isn't able to break down protein, would you have symptoms similar to hypoglycemia?
Symptoms of protein deficiency are physical. Some are emotional.
Fainting, headache, difficulty sleeping, slow healing, general weakness, skin rashes, pale skin, ridges in nails, thinning or brittle hair, weight loss, edema
edema is a collection of fluid under the skin. Nkiness, moodiness.
Problems with conflict resolution
Lack of energy, no desire to do things. ...Read more
1.Constant craving of carbs!
2.Muscle and/or joint pain!
these are signs of mild deficiency!
symptoms of severe protein deficiency:
1.Edema (swelling) 2.Thinning brittle hair and/or hair loss 3.Ridges in finger and toe nails 4.Skin rashes; dry skin 5.Weak and tired 6.Muscle soreness and cramps 7.Slow healing 8.Skin ulcers 9.Sleep issues 10.Headache 11.Nausea 12.Fainting 13.Depression/anxiety. ...Read more
Pyelonephritis, infected kidneys and urinalysis indicated traces of protein. Are these worrying signs?
Make sure goes away: Typically with a pyelonephritis some protein is spilled into the urine because the tubules that are infected lose function and are unable to resorb protein spilled into the urine. Make sure the urine protein is gone after you complete your therapy. Obviously make sure that your symptoms of the kidney infection (aka pyelonephritis) goes away. ...Read more
Altered filtration.: The kidney normal has a complex filtering & absorption system that retains almost all of the protein in the blood to conserve it. When the cells that form the filter develop problems through inflammation or disease, they allow protein to the released in the urine detectable on urinalysis. An evaluation to assess the degree and to find the cause is important to limit any kidney damage. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my mum has protein in her urine and she has diabetes is it just a symptom of diabetes or something please help?
Proteinuria: Protein in the urine is diagnostic of diabetic kidney disease in people with diabetes. Protein in urine can increase risk of complications such as stroke, heart attacks, nerve and eye problems. If found early, the protein loss in the urine can be reversed. However, if the protein loss is substantial, the disease will progress and complications are likely to follow. She needs to see her doctor. ...Read more
What to do if I have been considered in stable remission for a while now. Have never had any symptoms or pains or anything except for protein in the urine?
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Not really: High blood protein in majority of cases are caused by the presence of inflammation or other chronic diseases that trigger inflammation in the body. Having said that, sometimes, in certain cancer like myeloma, a high protein level can be seen that is associated with presence of cancerous protein (monoclonal protein). The high blood protein itself- by all means- is not a sign of hidgkin's lymphoma. ...Read more
How long does it take to get a diagnosis of lupus when they start showing signs of the disease. Positive ana's. Sob rashes joint pain fatigue protein n urine?
It depends: It often depends on how soon you can reach a specialist like rheumatologist. See one soon if possible. ...Read more
I read one symptom of foam/bubbles formed in urine maybe cause of protein in urine. Will they be formed even if one stands or sits and urinates!
Normal causes: Of bubbles in urine include dehydrated concentrated urine and rapid/forceful urination (from holding too long) from any position! Abnormal causes include the protein in the urine you suggest and can come from protein drinks/supplements, high protein meal, or kidney dysfunction. Bacteria from an infection can produce a gas making bubbles. Rare instances can be watched; if recurrent, seek eval ...Read more
It can be a sign: Proteins are normally filtered through the kidney and sent back into the blood. If there is protein in the urine it means there are holes in the system that are allowing the protein to leak out. This leak can be caused by damage to the kidney. That is why physicians will check patient's urine for proteins as it is a sign of kidney damage. ...Read more
Nephron damage: Think of the kidney as a filter. This filter is intended to wash out the impurities in your blood, but designed to retain the proper nutrients, blood cells, proteins, etc your body requires. When there is damage to these filtration units (nephrons) in the kidneys, the filtration becomes less efficient and proteins are commonly lost into the urine. ...Read more
Not really: High blood protein can be seen in different settings like in infections, chronic inflammation, chronic diseases, or sometimes in condition like plasma cell disorders. It is not specifically associated with and it is not particularly a sign of hodgkin's lymphoma. If you are concern about your health condition, you should go to see your doctor and discuss in detail with your doctor. ...Read more
Presence of protein in the urine is always a bad prognostic sign. The higher the level of protein in the urine the more likelihood that kidney disease will progress.
You have stage iii CKD based on your egfr and lack of protein in urine is a good sign.
Stage iii CKD needs management by nephrologist so have your pcp refer you to a specialist. ...Read more
If dipstick urine test shows 15 mg of protein nearly evertime I test, it is a sign of kidney damage or disease?
What are some symptoms of renal failure? ... A cousin of mine and my uncle both died from renal failure. In my last urinalysis I had a lot of protein.
How can one diagnose if they have protein deficiency without anemia? Plz can u advice of the symptoms of protein deficiency in females under 50;thanks
Self-diagnosis?: If your bowel movements are basically normal and you are not losing weight, then you probably do not have malabsorption or maldigestion which might produce this despite a normal diet. Get a basic textbook or reliable online dietetics resource and count how much protein you eat daily. If it's 50 or more grams daily, you're simply not protein deficient. Why do you ask. ...Read more