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What Is Sucrose Acetate Isobutyrate
Probably ok limit: Sucrose Acetate Isobutyrate is a clear liquid food additive that works as an emulsifier. It mixes water and fat, distrubutes and suspends flavor oils in drinks. It replaced brominated vegetable oil. Used in energy drinks, electrolyte replacement beverages, wine coolers, malt beverages, bottled mixed drinks. The FDA considers it safe but limited allowable to 300 part per million in alcoholic drink ...Read more
I bought an eye-liner with: synthetic beeswax, dimethiconol behenate and sucrose acetate isobutyrate. Are them dangerous for my skin? I have atopic derma
Not likely: They are no more likely harmful to your skin than anyone else's. Having said that, people with ad are more likely to develop allergic contact reactions presumably due to a defect in the skin barrier function allowing allergens to penetrate the skin more readily. ...Read more
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Infant Diarrhea: I assume you mean diarrhea. Zinc supplementation is a critical new intervention for treating diarrheal episodes in children. Recent studies suggest that administration of zinc along with new low osmolarity oral rehydration solutions / salts (ORS), can reduce the duration and severity of diarrheal episodes for up to three months. ...Read more
Is megastrol acetate safe for males and if taken will it diminish my chances to have kids in the near future?
Is there a milk for lacose intolerant, sucrose intolerant and fructose intlolerant kids aged 7+ years? If not then what choices does one have?
Yes: This will not interfere with your ability to exercise. Avoid smoking, however, because the combination can increase your risk of blood clots. Hope this helps! ...Read more
No: It is high caloric, low-to-no nutritional value empty calories. It is no better than a candy bar or soda-pop. If your child runs a half-marathon or more daily, it may be indicated to replenish depleted stores of electrolytes and sugars, but otherwise it is not good for children. It was designed with high-power college athletes in mind, not little kids playing around in the back yard. ...Read more
Please look up cyproterone acetate on the web and read through as many related articles as you can.
My advice is not to take this but I will leave that to your opinion once you have gone through several items.
Do you really need it? ...Read more
Yes, you should not: Mix the two. Do not use them together ...Read more
Surely your doctor told you why you take this medication. If not please find out why he/she prescribed this. This medication is not prescribed just for the heck of it but for a good clinical reason. You need to find out from your doctor.
I presume you are being seen on a regular basis. ...Read more
See below: I am unaware of any adverse interactions with taking these two medications together. ...Read more
Hydroxyprogesterone hexanoate is made from 16-dehydropregnenolone acetate, does it have androgenic activity?
Calcium compound: Calcium acetate can be used in kidney disease to bind to phosphate to lower blood phosphate levels. Side effects of this treatment include upset stomach. Interestingly, it is used as a food additive, where it acts as a stabilizer, buffer and sequestrant, usually in candy products. ...Read more
Calcium compound: Calcium acetate can be used in kidney disease to bind to phosphate to lower blood phosphate levels. Side effects of this treatment include upset stomach. Interestingly, it is used as a food additive, where it acts as a stabilizer, buffer and sequestrant, usually in candy products. It also binds Fluoride in water, neutralizing it. ...Read more
New prescription: If your doctor did not tell you why you were prescribed this medication you need to ask him/her why. If you are not satisfied with your doctor seek advice from another doctor. In the meantime go on line and read through the information about your new drug. ...Read more
Effects can vary.: It can change your menstrual cycle, both in frequency and flow. Other possible side effects include water retention, decreased appetite, weakness, & soreness at the injection site. Depression, dizziness, headache, nervousness, sleepiness, breast tenderness, breast discharge, abdominal pain, nausea/vomiting, jaundice, blood clots, and phlebitis are less common. It's also possible to have no side effects at all! ...Read more
Mild topical steroid: Hydrocortisone acetate is a mild topical steroid good for treating mild eczema, itchy insect bites and contact dermatitis (think poison ivy). It is generally available over the counter and good for treating mild problems, more severe issues may need a more potent topical steroids that are prescription only. ...Read more