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What Is Haemoglobin Syrup Used For
Don't see it much: It is the trade name for Buclizine. It is an antihistaminic drug which has been tried in several medical conditions with limited success. These include motion sickness, allergic conditions, vomiting, migraine, etc. A drug company has recently dragged it out of the closet to promote it as an appetite stimulant for children. I am not a fan. ...Read more
Hemoglobin C trait: If i understand correctly, you are describing someone who carries one dose of hemoglobin c, and one dose of normal hemoglobin. This is usually a non-problem. If instead you are describing a person with elevated hemoglobin a1c, this is a marker for poor diabetes control. I'm glad you're proactive -- best wishes. ...Read more
Variable diagnosis: This could be a due to a number of things.Proper treatment would require an identification of the cause through exam and testing before a treatment plan could be formulated. The eosinophils are up some in allergies, up a lot in some parasite infections, and very high in some blood disorders. The plan should originate from the doc who knows the kid the best, or his/her referral source. ...Read more
Pain: Darvocette was the combination of d-propoxyphene and paracetamol (or acetominophen/ tylenol (acetaminophen)). While a synthetic opioid closely related to methadone, it was nowhere near as potent or effective as methadone, and many critics felt that it was the tylenol (acetaminophen) that actually worked in it. After reports of cardiac toxicity (arrhythmias) it was removed from the US market years ago. Still available elsewhere. ...Read more
Phosphorus use: I admire your interest for Health. As per information drawn from standard homeopathic material medicas, in Homeopathy, Phosphorus is used for Pharyngitis Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Increased tendency to bleed and bruise Food intolerances Chronic fatigue syndrome Hepatitis Arthritis and Anxiety ...Read more
It's not: It was once a common medicine chest addition if you had a young kid. Studies eventually showed it was often used wrong, inducing vomiting when it actually made things worse.After a while it was just the OTC drug of choice of people who liked to barf and it was removed from the marketplace. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes as directed: Metadate is a stimulant medication in the methypenidate (ritalin) family. Indicated as treatment for adhd. This diagnosis is made after careful evaluation and information from teachers etc. Start with low dose and increased to maximum effective response with close observation. If no significant side effects can be quite safe and effective ...Read more
More what is not...: Triglycerides are products of sugars and starches-carbs! high triglycerides on a profile can indicate pre-diabetes. You need to go on a low carb diet and debride your diet to 50g/day of carbs! if you dso this one week-have your lipids checked. You'll be a believer! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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