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What are the effects of too much lactic acid?
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Dr. Michael Taylor
Critical Care
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In brief: Depends on the cause
Lactic acidosis is associated with a variety of conditions, including: shock, liver disease, kidney failure, medications (e.
g. Metformin), some inborn errors of metabolism, etc. It's not so much the effects of the lactic acid; symptoms are usually the result of the underlying problem, and dealing with that underlying problem is the primary goal.

In brief: Depends on the cause
Lactic acidosis is associated with a variety of conditions, including: shock, liver disease, kidney failure, medications (e.
g. Metformin), some inborn errors of metabolism, etc. It's not so much the effects of the lactic acid; symptoms are usually the result of the underlying problem, and dealing with that underlying problem is the primary goal.
Dr. Michael Taylor
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