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Some Juice From An Orange Went Down The Wrong Way What Will Happen To The Juice
It gets absorbed: I take it from your question that some orange juice went down your trachea, or airway. We call this aspiration, and unless it was a large amount or happens repeatedly it is not likely to cause any problem. It is acidic, so will be even more uncomfortable than other liquids in the airway, but will be absorbed into the body. There is a small chance it could cause a pneumonia, but this is not likely. ...Read more
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Stomach has been making noises and hurting for the past month even if I'm full. It started when I drank vodka orange juice. What's wrong?
Still drinking??: If you put alcohol on a wound or a cut, you know that it BURNS very badly. Well, it does the same thing to some people's stomach lining, particularly those who have other risk factors for getting peptic ulcer or gastritis (infection with a certain bacteria called h. pylori, use of aspirin or NSAIDs, heredity). If your stomach is still bothering you, see your PCP for an evalatuion and treatment. ...Read more
This morning I drank some orange juice and fealt a burning feeling in my stomach and blacked out from the pain what s wrong with me?
I wasn't able to hold any food down, I drank orange juice and then puked, but I didn't eat until about 5. Is my baby still okay? I'm 17 weeks pregnant
It ok: You baby will take from you and it would take several days of fairly persistent puking to cause an issue for you and the baby. If you're having nausea and vomiting issues you can calls your OB provider even on the weekend. Most of us doing OB have an answering service and there are meds we can call in for nausea and vomiting. ...Read more
I am 5 weeks pregnant and unable to keep anything down. Orange juice, lemon drops, pepermints, smoothies, saltines, fruit, corn or pretzels. Help plz?
If I accidentally consumed orange juice that had soiled. What could happen? And wouldn't I be able to tell by the taste if it was spoiled?
Orange juice is tricky - we've been told for years how healthy it is, right? True, it has vitamin c, calcium (if you buy the calcium fortified stuff), and it tastes good, but there are a few other things to keep in mind:
- an 8 oz glass of oj has almost as much sugar as a can of soda
- oj has little to no fiber, so that sugar rush can cause an Insulin spike which eventually leads to high cholesterol, diabetes, high blood pressure and weight gain. Eating the whole fruit is much better for you because the fiber found in the fruit causes the sugars to be digested more slowly which avoids the Insulin spike
- the stuff you buy in the carton has been processed with many chemicals to increase shelf life - even the expensive stuff! If you must have oj, it's much better to squeeze it yourself.
The 2 best bits of dietary advice I can give pertaining to juice is "everything in moderation" or "bypass the juice and just eat the fruit". Your body will thank you. ...Read more
Yes: A woman can drink orange juice while nursing, if she was fine drinking orange juice in the past. There is not a reason for her to avoid orange juice, unless she starts to have reactions to it. If she thinks the baby is getting a reaction after each time she (the mom) drinks orange juice, then the mom should talk with the pediatrician about it. ...Read more
Is there anything I need to avoid, aside from dairy, while taking doxycycline? Are oranges/juices ok?
Stay out of sun: Depending on the dosage form you have, tablet or capsule, don't take it close to going to bed, to avoid it dissolving in your throat (esophagus, causing pain). Tablets are better, but more expensive. Also, stay out of the sun, as you can sunburn easier. Possible to have vaginitis from it (small percentage of women).So take your probiotics/fermented vegetables to avoid this from happening. Ask rxist. ...Read more
Craving sweets: You are probably just craving something sweet. Orange juice has a lot of sugar. Way too much sugar. I do not recommend drinking any fruit juice. Eating fruit is healthy but drinking them is not. It takes a lot of oranges to make a glass of juice and you don't need that much sugar. Try to drink milk and water and eat fruit. Avoid other sweet drinks like pop and gatorade as well. ...Read more
Oranges vs juice?: If this is just a preference, like enjoying chocolate more than vanilla, it doesn't mean anything. More information would be needed if the issue is more complicated. ...Read more
I changed my son at 5, 8 and 10 this morning and he was drenched each time in between the 2-3 hours. Could it be the orange juice?
Juices not needed: Juices are the equivalent of giving a baby a coke. The sweetness factor contributes to water refusal. If u want baby to have the benefits of an apple, give apple sauce;oranges, peaches, pears, grapes etc. All benefit the child more when given as a natural food, not a refined extracted juice. ...Read more
I never do: Early in training we were given elaborate reasons to introduce juices, most of which I consider bunk. I consider them flavored sugar, destined to program a kid to crave sugar as s/he ages and battle weight gain for life. I consider apple sauce, fruit wedges, etc. The proper way to use this food. I only use juices to loosen up a kids bowels when they are constipated. ...Read more
Just a little OJ but: Both oj and regular soda both have too much sugar. Oj has more sugar than regular soda. Any person who can eat a fruit doesn't need oj (just eat fruit!). The question is: is the sugar going to hurt you worse or sooner, or are the chemicals in soda going to hurt you worse or sooner? If overweight, high in triglycerides, having pre-diabetes or a family history of it, the sugar is one's worse enemy. ...Read more
Haven't heard that o: There's nothing to suggest you should drink orange juice -- your baby won't know either way. ...Read more
Store bought juice: Is typically loaded w/sugar and not good for you. Juicing is good in that you can drink the contents of a lot of fruits at once. The downside is that you loose the skin of the fruit, which contains a lot of nutrients. Whole natural fruits and vegetables are best. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Yes: Known food and drug interactions with Omnicef (cefdinir) include multivitamins with iron. Orange juice should be fine - I do not see any evidence that drinking orange juice will decrease its effectiveness. You may consider eating or taking a probiotic (like yogurt) to re-establish your healthy gut flora. (reference: lexicomp). ...Read more
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