Can toothpaste cause complications when suffering from G6pd?
hi, my daughter 3years old has G6pd. I m not sure if toothpaste like Colgate is safe for her as I m reading the ingredients nothing there is on the list of drugs and food to be avoided when you have G6pd. If so which toothpaste she could safely use? Thanks,
G6PD baby, want to know which vaccinations should be given. Guidance?
My son is due for vaccinations and I am curious about what vaccines to give and to avoid. He is a G6PD baby. He is almost 7 mos and we tried to feed him with Cerelac with traces of soy in it in very small amounts. So far, he is not showing any signs of difficulty. When would any symptom appear in...
Child has G6PD. Rash in genital area. Should rice cereal be stopped?
Hi Dr. Galamaga, My son was born with G6PD and has developed a really bad rash all on and around his gential area. He is currently 6 months years old and I am aware that there are certain foods and medications he must avoid in order to prevent him from having a reaction. With that being said, I...
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 Lactogen 2? This lactogen 2 contains soya milk and soya protene and also vitamine K. I heard that these are not good for a G6PD child? Please help me.
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 a carrier, and as most people I don t have any reaction when having any type of beans or why I apply Henna. I have experienced hair loss for a few years now it has gotten better but Im just wondering if...
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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
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