Hi i have been askdd by my doc to shift to dexolac as the babies phosphorus levels are high. Baby was in the icu at birth and was treated zerolac and then moved to lactogen. Is dexolac a good substitute. Mother ...
done urine routine on 21st feb, RBC was Nil, Pus Cells 2-4, Epithelial Cells 8-12. repeated urine test after having amoxicyllin 350mg thrice a day for 7 days, my RBC 0-2, Pus Cells 2-4, Epithelial Cells 4-8. Moreover it also showed Ex. Phosphate...
I am experiencing that small portion of front part of my left foot gets slightly swollen for a few minutes immediately I take bath in cold water in the morning at about 9 AM. For blood sugar I am taking Syzygium -Q, Acid Phos and Phosphorous. For...
I take 40 mg of generic Lipitor - this time when I picked up my prescription the pill is oval and on one side it has RDY and the other side 123 - the prescriptions I ve had before was a smaller almost ...
My phosphorus level was 2.8 with a normal ionized calcium and a total calcium of 10.9. Normal vit d level and normal PTH, what can i have?
Can be many causes like excessive intake of vit D, excessive laxative use containing phophates, infection, heat stroke, trauma, acid-base disturbances, Renal inabilities. Renal or kidney's inability to excrete phosphate is most common cause
I am female of 45 & I have 6 childs.I have a pain in both legs from about 15 years. Medical specialist says that its due to bones weaknes.I use medicines bt no.
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Bilateral leg pain is may be due to decreased calcium in the body which has lead to decreased bone density.
You have to check for blood calcium and phosphorus level to find out the levels in the blood.
You may require calcium supplements for your symptoms.
How many water should dring in a day
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Some health authorities have suggested that people drink at least eight glasses around 240 mL of water per day and the British Dietetic Association recommends 1.8 litres. In the US, the reference daily intake (RDI) for water is 3.7 litres per day (L/day) for human males older than 18, and 2.7 L/day forhuman females older than 18.