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Is it possible to inject Xanax (alprazolam) if you crush up the pills and extract the drug using water? I want to find out before I do it. I am a recreational drug user.
You are crazy: If you think that any responsible physician would give you advice that could lead to your death. Injecting pills introduces talc, any number of contaminants, as well as a host of different germs into your venous system. It is dangerous, can lead to death, pulmonary embolism, heart valve infections, brain abscess, bone abscess, pneumonia and many other things. Stop now, get help. ...Read more
Yes: Doctors use sterile water injections into the bloodstream on a regular basis, and this is perfectly safe. However, nonsterile water (tap water) injected into the bloodstream may be contaminated with chemicals and bacteria that could lead to infection and death. Bottom line: let your health care professional do all injections into your bloodstream! ...Read more
Hello. Was just curious as to what would happen to me if I were injected with 10mls of water for injection through my IV line?
Harmful: Infusion of plain water intravenously, even if it's sterile, can potentially cause destruction of your red blood cells (hemolysis), although it would have to be a larger volume to cause severe hemolysis. The destroyed red blood cells cause damage to kidney tubules. Don't mess with your iv line!! ...Read more
Infection risk aside, how much would someone's hgb be lowered (very roughly) from injecting 100ml pure water? Is that a low enough amount to be safe?
Good grief!: Why would you do such a thing? Is this some sort of wacko natural health procedure? The actual reduction in hemoglobin level would be small, but if 100 ml water were rapidly injected, it might cause significant hemolysis (osmotic rupture of red blood cells), which in turn can cause serious problems like kidney damage. In any case, this carries absolutely no health benefit. Don't do it. ...Read more
What causes dual penis streams when I drink alot of water? What causes it? A Cateter? I do get cateter injected to my penis when im in an icu.
Mucus: Some mucus drying in center or urinary opening can cause a double stream. Catheter trauma can cause urinary opening to get sore & part of it to stick together. U must have or have had medical problem to require ICU stay & catheterization. ...Read more
It depends on: The osmolality not the sodium chloride, and that small amount won't matter ...Read more
Hey, my friend just injected tap water into her blood stream with a needle, will she die? If so, how long does she have to live?
What would happen if some1 injected 200ml tap water into their veins? Would they die? I thought it killed rbc's but on another answer it wasn't noted
Yesterday, I injected a B12 into my butt by myself, After injection, I felt a bit pale lips. It lasted 3 min and drinking some water got it better. Why?
Maybe Pain?: Pallor sounds more like a symptom of presyncope or almost passing out. Drinking and sitting down likely helped. Your symptoms do not sound like an allergy reaction which would cause hives and potentially breathing problems. All the best. Giving yourself an injection is brave. ...Read more
28 years old,,, chest pain,,, normal catheter just spasm while inject,,, worsens some times by drinking cold water,,, improve a little by burp?
I've been injecting oxicodone and duladid into my leg viens. My legs have been swollen and the water pocketssurronding my knees and ankles are full of water. My legs getcramps in them now?
SERIOUS CONCERNS: Phlebitis could be a serious consequence of IV drug use. The veins can inflame and clots can form causing pain and swelling. Infection can be another serious complication. From your description the exact nature of your problem is unknown but you should see a physician ASAP because of the possibilities. Also, IV opiate use is inherently potentially fatal, seek CD treatment for your dangerous habit ...Read more
Hi when we are having tooth scaling in anything being injected into you from tooth scaler? Is the water coming out of scaler going into the blood stream when the scaler penetrates your gums? . It is not like an injection?
Unlikely: The scaler uses water to help remove the deposits from the teeth. The water is also designed to keep the area cool. Properly used it's unlikely to damage the gum tissue or inject water into the tissue. ...Read more
How does the fluid injected during tumescent liposuction minimize bleeding? I read that during tumescent liposuction my doctor will inject salt water, adrenaline, and anesthetic into my fat before it is suctioned out. This supposedly reduces bleeding. Why
Nabilone is it safe for me to disolve with vitamin C packet or isopropyl alcohol mixed with water to inject? Is that going to harrm me? Its THC capsol
No!: Isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol should never be taken internally, orally or otherwise. It is poisonous and not at all chemically the same as drinkable, ethyl alcohol. But I reinforce colleagues' concern about homemade injectables. Discuss with your md the possible of a solution you can safely drink. ...Read more
Sudden warmth feeling over chest/stomach and back. Feels like when you have CT dye injected or warm water being poured over me. No sweating. Causes?
Vasodilation: These symptoms suggest a vasodilation phenomenon. Possible causes include anxiety, stress, caffeine, spices or alcohol effect or hormonal imbalances. Has your thyroid status been checked? Are you taking any medications which could cause vasodilation? Perhaps an evaluation by an internist or endocrinologist would be worthwhile. ...Read more
Varicose vein surgery years ago he accidentally bump his leg & since then it formed a bump & reatains water the dr injects and drain. Is there a fix?
Venous Stasis: End stage venous stasis disease involves stagnation of the venous blood flow. This results in a pooling of blood in the lower extremities. Iron is deposited into the skin resulting in brown staining of the skin resulting in breakdown of the skin to frank ulceration. The retained water is most likely serous fluid related to build up. Compression therapy is very helpful along with laser closure. ...Read more
Parabens: Parabens are the most common preservative overall. Some people become allergic to them. If you are not allergic to them, it is fine to use products that contain them. If you are having an allergic contact dermatitis to a product, see your dermatologist and you can be tested to see what components of the product to are allergic to. Parabens are not the most common cause of allergic contact dermat. ...Read more
Here is a list of th:
Ingredients in Nizoral (ketoconazole) cream:purified water, propylene glycol, cetyl alcohol, stearyl
alcohol, sorbitan stearate, polysorbate 60, polysorbate 80, sodium sulphite
(E221) and isopropyl myristate. Remember if generic is given other ingredients may be found ...Read more
It's possible: The jury is still out on chemicals deemed endocrine disruptors. Parabens are in this category. They can act like estrogen. The studies that have been done so far were using very high doses in lab animals. The big question is do the tiny doses we get from cosmetics, lotion, shampoo etc add up? Hopefully we will have a better answer soon. There are more and more products that are paraben free now. ...Read more
29w pregnant. Need to be prolonged hours in the sun and my sun block has parabens. If I use it today only, will it harm me me or baby?
Parabens: Topical parabens will not harm your baby. ...Read more
I have recently read that using make-up can cause cancer due to the chemicals (parabens etc) and metals (lead, chromium etc) in it. Is this true?
Do parabens in food used as preservatives cause cancer or diseases? Which parabens in food are safe? How can we know if we are not consuming too much
Reality? Noone knows: With any certainty. Why? Because humans are Hi-tech; medicine Low-Tech, very slowly working to understand fantastic complexity & the reason best evidence=clinical trials, yet most issues never studied in clinical trials (who would pay?) Study: www. Bit. Ly/2fvEU8Z for some background. Our primary protection against cancer is Immune System; job 1 of the system. Outside agents generally more minor. ...Read more
They are toxic to ce: They are toxic to certain bacteria, so they alter your normal micro flora. As a treatment for dandruff or seborrheic dermatitis, this becomes irrelevant. OTC shampoos which will probably help if used at least. 3x a day (5x is OK) include. Zinc pyrethione (head& shoulders, DHS Zn), selenium sulfide (Selsun, Head &shoulders), salicylic acid (TSal, DHS SAL). If this fails, there are prescriptions. U ...Read more
Controversy: Exists over the safety of parabens in cosmetics. There is no good scientific evidence that parabens increase the risk of cancer (s). Parabens are considered safe based on their long term use and safety record. There is evidence that parabens may react with UVB light from sun exposure resulting in increased skin aging and damage. ...Read more
Plan: Hair stylist can help you with this question because he/she seeing your hair quality. ...Read more
What does the most recent research indicate about a correlation between parabens and cancer growth?
Potential carcinogen: Parabens or para hydroxy benzines are found in cosmetics, food preserves, many day to day products are implicated in genesis of carcinomas though definite scientific evidences is still lacking. High concentrations are found in breast cancer tissue, has estrogen like activity, contributes endocrine disruption, & may cause dna breakdown possibly skin aging. ...Read more
If you had to recommend a makeup brand to wear free or less of dangerous chemicals and parabens etc. What brands would you suggest? Thanks dr.
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