Water-electrolyte imbalance

What is Water-electrolyte imbalance?

It is the imbalance of electrolytes (Na, K, Ca etc) in body fluids. Usually occurs in fluid loss from body- haemorrhage, bleeding, vomiting, loose motion etc.

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12 yr old son - has had a couple of dizzy/unwell episodes about 30 mins after exercise in the last two weeks. Also complains of chest tightness...

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The dizzy spells after exercise can be probably due to
1. Dehydration or electrolyte imbalance - Regular intake of...

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Hi, I have been water fasting for the last 7 days and today I woke up with chest pains, mainly on my left side. I am 30 years old, prior to the...

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You are doing a water fasting for last 7 days. It depends on your body composition that for how long can you...

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I had a few heart palpations in July went to a cardioligist and he did a stress test and took pictures of my heart, he said everything was normal....

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Stress usually causes palpitation and occasional missed beats. These are more likely to be ectopic beats rather...

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