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Medicine for G6PD patient with fever?

Hi Doctor. Can I know the list of medicines that a G6PD patient should take for fever ...
 

Can CLA be used for G6PD deficiency?

I have G6PD, is it safe to use CLA? I'm interesting losing the fat and hear it was good. I also heard that its good for inflammation which is another reason I wanted to try it. ...
 

G6PD patient.Tetanus shot effects?

Are there issues with a Tenus shot if you have G6PD? ...
 

Is it advised to give mucinex to a child having g6pd?

I want to know can I give my son mucinex if he is g6pd ...
 

Prescribed tamsulosin hydrochloride for prostatitis. Is this medicine safe for G6PD patient?

can't take this medicine since I'm a G6PD patient (and my physician doesn't know alternative since G6 ... take safely for G6PD? is there online medical library to check drug safety for G6PD patients? ...
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What are the symptoms of G6PD?

One of our twin boys who have G6pd has been complaining of a stomach ache for a few days now. He ... this be rlated to G6PD? We have not had anyissues with G6PD yet so am unsure about it. ...
 

How to treat g-6-pd deficiency ?

Hello, my 7-year old son is diagnosed with g-6-pd deficiency since birth. this past week he wakes up in the middle of the night and complains of leg pains specifically at his gastrocnemius. He ...
 

How to treat G6PD ?

Hello doctor, I have a question, Im a female and I was told I have G6PD I m not infected I m ... if it has anything to do with G6PD and if there anything I can do to prevent it from being very severe? Also ...
 

G6PD and Lactogen 2

Hello, I am from India. My son is 6 months old and he has G6PD (1.1 U/g Hb). Can I give him ... that these are not good for a G6PD child? Please help me. ...
 

Is Flagyl and Lincocin safe for G6PD deficiency patients?

Hi, I have G6PD deficiency. My dentist did RTC yesterday and gave me 1. Flagyl (Metronidazole) 2 ... these medicines keeping in mind my G6PD deficiency. I forgot to tell him about my G6PD. ...
 

Is vegetarian diet ideal for G6PD patients?

I have an 18 year old son who has g6pd. He was diagnosed at birth. We have avoided fava beans, the medications, and mothballs. In the last three years he has been a vegetarian. We have been cooking ...
 

What are the side effects of taking G6PD with steroids?

hey doctor i have g6pd defficiency but i am thinking of taking the next step of my bodybuilding ... dangers taking steroids with G6PD? and if possible which steroids i should avoid at all cost, thanks ...
 

What fruit is suitable for my g6pd son ?

hi dr.!what is a good fruit for my g6pd son /he is now 9 1/2 months old nw ...
 

Will it affect the HIV test to g6pd patients ?

doc,i am a g6pd patients,so dat will affect the hiv testing result of i done? ...
 

What is the safest vitamins with complete dha for g6pd ?

Hello dr.. what is the safest vitamins with complete dha for g6pd? how about DOLPHIN PALS DHA GUMMIES FOR KID (country life) and MOSEGOR VITA SYRUP? Thanks!!!! ...
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Is muconase safe for g6pd
Hello Donmarc Welcome to healthcaremagic. Muconase if I am right is a Normal saline nasal spray. If so then its absolutely safe in G6PD.
 
G6PD baby medicine for cough & colds
Hello, Thanks for writing to us. Cause of occurence of cough and cold has to be evaluated clinically ,especially in children. Respiratory tract infections has to be ruled out. Usually for cold-phenylephrine hydrochloride and chlorpheniramine maleate containing syrup is given for child. Regading the severity of cough,prednisolone or ambroxol hydrochloride containing syrup has to be administerd
 
g6pd baby can eat banana?
Hi Dear Welcome to the Health Care Magic. He can eat lots of banana and all other fruits. Please, just take care of some specific medicines which are avoided. Thanks
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