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Magnesium chloride and blood pressure

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doctor1 MD

Hi! What about magnesium chloride as a supplement? Is it good? Is it dangerous? Do we have "opinions" only or do we have results from thorough scientific research? Thank you. ...

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thank you. I purchsed Sun Ray Health Magnesium Chloride (200g) in powder form with suggested serve; 'As directed by your HealthCare Professional' The naturapath who provided the magnesium was uncertain ...

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I would like to know if Magnesium chloride can be absorbed transdermally as a preventative medicine ... indicate success. also see links to Transdermal Magnesium Chloride below. I would like to use ...

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I m a renal transplant patient requiring Mg supplementation. Can magnesium chloride be absorbed transdermally? ...

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Public Forum Discussions

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My husband has just been released from hospital. While in hospital he was given magnesium chloride ... s been released to come home. My question is: will the medication magnesium chloride be safe for him ...

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to try taking Magnesium to lower my LDL. I read that one doctor recommended taking a prescription form, Magnesium Chloride Solution 100 mg/cc. I am wondering if this is still available only by prescription ...

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.7, chloride 111, CO2 of 25.3, BUN 13, creatinine 0.78, glucose 105, A1c 6.0, and magnesium 2.22. TSH 2 ...

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Does magnesium lower blood pressure? How does diet soda affect blood pressure? What foods to stay away from to prevent high blood pressure? What foods are good to prevent high blood pressure? What ...

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I have had high blood pressure. Trying to lower it with potassium, magnesium and spironolactone for two weeks, with no change. Just started Lisinopril have only take twice and now BP is 113/75 please ...

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My 95 year old mother is visiting from England - going back on Saturday. I just took her BP and it is very low - just 95/55. Her pulse is 90. She was recently hospitalized because of low sodium chloride ...

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Hello, My mom age is 65 years old, her blood pressure is 150/90 mmHg. Is it a high blood pressure ... in that condition should work...Should i omit salt totally from food?..what about Hibiscus and ginger, Ca, Magnesium ...

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lamotrigine, magnesium or probiotics, Omega 3 and vitamin B12 increase my blood pressure? ...I have been on 4mg of Perindopril to treat high blood pressure and my read ins are now 120 ...

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happened before and my blood pressure was low. Not sure about tonight. I am female 59 years old ... or magnesium might also cause this type of symptom. There was a nurse their and kept telling me ...

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I have a bp of 117/91. I am overweight (270 lbs, 6 1 ). I walk at least 8000 steps a day, but ypically 10,000 steps/day. My endocrinologist has me on Lisinopril and I am taking magnesium supplements. I ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Hi. Its a trace element. Deficiency causes muscle pain and Arrhythmias. Toxicity can cause seizures.

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There is no need for additional supplements. Take care.

doctor1 MD

PRES is Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome. Hypertension is involved in causing PRES but also use of steroids, renal failure and eclampsia. Low magnesium levels can make PRES worse. It is very important to keep good control of your blood pressure.