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5 1/2 months pregnant -is it safe to use trisodium phosphate to clean the walls before painting the nursery? Or should my husband do it solo?

5 1/2 months pregnant -is it safe to use trisodium phosphate to clean the walls before painting the nursery? Or should my husband do it solo?

Probably fine: Tsp is actually used as an approved food additive in the us and eu and in low doses has no toxic effects.The dry powder is caustic to the GI tract and fumes may produce superficial irritation or cough. Your body will dispose of any irritant issues before it could ever get to baby. If you use it in a well ventilated space its irritant quality will be minimal.If you want daddy to do it solo, let him. ...Read more

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Does tricalcium phosphate absorb well?

Does tricalcium phosphate absorb well?

OK: Put a pill in a glass of water and see how long it takes to dissolve. The absorption of calcium is complex requiring transport mechanisms controlled by hormones such as parathormone from your parathyroid glands. ...Read more

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What is significance of low phosphate when all other tests are normal?

What is significance of low phosphate when all other tests are normal?

Lab error?: Possible to have vit d deficiency or hyperparathyroid. Other causes are usually pretty obvious and still others are very rare. I would repeat lab test first. ...Read more

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Could codeine phosphate get you high?

Codeine: All opioids if not used appropriately can produce a "high" and codeine is not exempt. ...Read more

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What exactly is glycose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase?

What exactly is glycose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase?

Carbohydrate enzyme: Glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (g6pd deficiency) is an inherited disorder found mostly in people with african, asian, or middle eastern ancestry. G6pd helps convert carbohydrates into a more useful form. Lack of this enzyme causes red blood cells to become fragile, resulting in the rbcs bursting when stressed. This leads to hemolytic anemia. Infection, drugs & some foods can trigger. ...Read more

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Iam using codeine phosphate for a decade.How can I quit?

Gradual reduction: Reduce quantity used by about 20% every 3-4 days. Ideally, talk to dr for assistance and monitoring. ...Read more

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Causes of 1.6 phosphate level all other bloodwork normal?

Lab error?: Possible to have vit d deficiency or hyperparathyroid. Other causes are usually pretty obvious and still others are very rare. I would repeat lab test first. ...Read more

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What is the difference serum phosphate and total body phosphate?

What's measured: While it's easy to measure how much phosphate is in a sample of serum, it's got very little to do with the total amount of phosphate in the bones, your dna, and the machinery of your cells. The latter is a subject mostly studied by arcane researchers; some folks lost phosphate through kidney defects & the diagnosis is a bit of a challenge. Best wishes. ...Read more

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What are the maximum amount of 30mg codeine phosphate tablets i can take in a day?

What are the maximum amount of 30mg codeine phosphate tablets i can take in a day?

Max Dose: If it is pure Codeine (not tylenol (acetaminophen) with codeine)....Then 360 mg per day is the max. In any case you should not exceed the dose your doctor prescribed ...Read more

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