Hypomagnesemia

What is Hypomagnesemia?

Hypomagnesemia is an electrolyte disturbance in which there is an abnormally low level of magnesium in the blood.

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I would like to know if Magnesium chloride can be absorbed transdermally as a preventative medicine to treat calcification of arteries.
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I had an endoscopy test last year and you noted a stricture and stenosis of my esophagus and dysphagia. It was recommended that I take...

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I have low Magnesium , and am on 6 magnesium 400 mg a day. What could be causing this.

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my daughter has expremely low magnesium to the point her teeth are brown and her hair is falling out. She has abnormal shaped red blood cells, she...

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What are the symptoms of low magnesium levels and how do you determine if a magnesium deficiency is causing such symptom as ataxia, vertigo,...

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