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G6PD Deficiency - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hi , Doctor I have something in my blood it's called G6PD I don't know if you know it but it's something prevent me from eating Beans or anything like it , Now I have regisered in body building gym so they told me to take AMINO 2222 tabs . So I want to ask if I can take it or not ? And thanks for your help
Doctor :   Hi I am Dr AAAAAAA
User :   Hi Dr AAAAAAA
Doctor :   ok let me go through
Doctor :   your question?
User :   I have something in my blood it's called G6PD I don't know if you know it but it's something prevent me from eating Beans or anything like it , Now I have regisered in body building gym so they told me to take AMINO 2222 tabs . So I want to ask if I can take it or not ?
Doctor :   Anything like fava beans have to be avoided.
User :   yes
Doctor :   Aminoacids can be had.
Doctor :   No issue about that.
User :   so I can take Amino 2222
Doctor :   Yeah it is a problem in your carbohydrate metabolism, not in your protein uptake.
User :   OK thank you very much
Doctor :   But do take small doses as people may have liver problems in excess usage.
Doctor :   Also whey protein may cause diarrhea in some people.
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