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Doctor insights on: Symptoms Of Enzyme Deficiency

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Does g6pd enzyme deficiency go away?

Does g6pd enzyme deficiency go away?

No: G6pd deficiency is a genetic disorder that is passed down on the x chromosome. A person who has this diagnosis cannot get rid of it. However, the enzyme levels can fluctuate in people and certain illnesses, exposures, and stresses can make the symptoms of the disease appear when these enzyme levels drop low. So you may not have symptoms of the disease, even though you still have the diagnosis. ...Read more

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Enzyme (Definition)

An enzyme causes the transformation of a compoond to another compound. In living structures, it is the transformation of a protein to another form. An example is from an inactive state ...Read more


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What are the natural sources of digestive enzymes, i ve no appetite or very low one since a long time, cd this be due enzyme deficiency?

What are the natural sources of digestive enzymes, i ve no appetite or very low one since a long time, cd this be due enzyme deficiency?

COULD BE: There are myriad reasons for poor appetite. This would be at least a 2 hour visit investigating clues, symptoms, etc.. I see you have respiratory problems. Do you smoke? That's a big one. You are young, and sound like you have sxs of anxiety, which in and of itself is classic for loss of appetite. See a good, comprehensive doctor and ask questions, go through all your symptoms, how long, etc. ...Read more

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Is there a blood test that can detect enzyme deficiencies? If so what is the name of the test? What type of doctor can test you for enzyme deficiency?

Is there a blood test that can detect enzyme deficiencies? If so what is the name of the test? What type of doctor can test you for enzyme deficiency?

Depends: It depends on what symptoms one has. If the symptoms are gastrointestinal,then a gastroenterologist would order the appropriate tests. For hormonal problems, an endocrinologist is best. For blood problems, a hematologist is best,etc. The specialist looks for the enzyme deficiency. ...Read more

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I am 38 year old female with hypothyroidism, vitamin d and b deficiencies and highly suspected aldh 2 enzyme deficiency. How does this all tie in?

I am 38 year old female with hypothyroidism, vitamin d and b deficiencies and highly suspected aldh 2 enzyme deficiency. How does this all tie in?

ALDH is seperate: Limit alcohol as your risk for cancer is increased. Hypothyroidism can affect digestion and absorption which can promote deficiencies. B12 def can also affect your thyroid function. Consider gluten sensitivity also as this can tie in. ...Read more

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I have an enzyme deficiency that doesn't allow me to run or walk fast. My muscles tense up, my feet & legs get numb and it hurts. What enzyme is it?

I have an enzyme deficiency that doesn't allow me to run or walk fast. My muscles tense up, my feet & legs get numb and it hurts. What enzyme is it?

Nonspecific: A number of hereditary muscle diseases can mimic your symptoms, and you can have a muscle biopsy which will reveal your exact condition. The numbness is not of muscle origin however, and raises question of underlying nerve disorder instead. Go to local medical school and see neuromuscular specialist. ...Read more

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What can I avoid of food I am suffering from deficiecy of enzyme g6pd?

What can I avoid of food I am suffering from deficiecy of enzyme g6pd?

G6PD deficiency&diet: The are lists of foods and medicines to avoid on the internet, especially from sites like g6pd deficiency.Org. The most important foods to avoid are fava beans and other legumes, sulfites, menthol, artifical blue food coloring, artificial ascorbic acid, and tonic water. All your doctors need to be provided with a list of the medications to avoid. ...Read more

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I am a type 1.5 diabetic. What other hormones/enzymes could my pancreas be deficient? My liver is constantly over producing glucagon.

I am a type 1.5 diabetic.  What other hormones/enzymes could my pancreas be deficient? My liver is constantly over producing glucagon.

LADA: Latent autoimmunity causes some adults to develop type one diabetes after type 2 or Insulin resistant type is present. Have you been screened for celiac disease? It could be the underlying cause for your problems. ...Read more

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Pottasium deficiency symptoms?

Pottasium deficiency symptoms?

Weakness: Low potassium (k) is most commonly seen in patients who are taking diuretics. The low k can cause weakness and irregular heartbeats. ...Read more

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