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Squalene: Squalene is a natural substance that is an intermediate compound in the formation of cholesterol. It is used topically to improve dry, scaly skin conditions, and, by some, as an adjunct to cholesterol-lowering drugs. It has been touted as possibly being effective, without good evidence, in some cancer treatments. Check with your doctor before embarking on a squalene regimen. ...Read more
Hello. I have dermoid cyst and operated it. I need to know what food I should and shouldn't eat. And can I consume squalene as a vitamin?
Cyst: There are no relations between foods and dermoid cysts. ...Read more
Was given experimental anthrax vaccine by army in 2000 The book VACCINE A says the squalene in it can cause all problems that I have. What's squalene?
Squalene: An oil based vaccine adjuvant.Get a more detailed answer ›
I am 30 years old, is it good if i start to take omega 3+squalene daily as daily supplement? Thank you
Why take either?: If your lipids are normal, i doubt either of these substances are helpful. The are no clinical studies to my knowledge supporting any benefit of squalene is humans. There was also a recent study which is open to criticism that suggests omega-3 increases the risk of prostate cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not the key: Omega 3's from bottles have proved less of a disappointment for some inflammatory diseases than they have for atherosclerosis, but they are not the key to your recovering from acne. Your current regimen of retin a and topical Clindamycin is a good start, but if you have to ask, perhaps you'll need something stronger. Don't hesitate to ask, and best wishes. ...Read more
Erections: See a Urologist to assure you have no hormonal deficiencies like a low testosterone level as well any underlying medical conditions that may cause your issues. There are of course medications that can help you achieve the erection you once had. best wishes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If PRN medication is prescribed then is it the case that the medication has to administered if the need arises UNLESS some contraindicating factor for its continuing use arises?
PRN= As needed.: Medications that are ordered "prn" or as needed, are to be used if or when the problem occurs that needs some help that the medication should provide. An example is a pain medication to be used only when the pain increases to a level that needs relief. Other things may be done to relieve pain, like cold compresses or a heating pad, stretching etc. so the medication may help but is not a must. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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