Lead poisoning

What is Lead poisoning?

Lead poisoning is poisoning caused by lead: poisoning from the absorption of lead into the body, which over time can cause damage to the nervous system, brain, liver, and gastrointestinal tract.

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I have been shot 5 times with buck shot ammo...I have many pellets embedded in me including in my kidney liver spine and colon...they tell me I...

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Your case is rarity but there are reported cases of lead poisoning after beeing shot....

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I have bipolar and I work in a factory with high lead levels. Lately I have noticed that I want to eat ALL the time and I have started having mood...

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Normal lead levels are less than 10. As you are having levels of 25 it is in higher side. Lead poisoning or excessive lead...

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my blood lead levels were detected to be 82ug/dl, and i am on chelation therapy now, moreover i am also an epileptic and am treated with topiramate...

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A lead level of 82 ug/dl is considered very high and can lead to significant complications.
There are...

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