Lithium

What is Lithium?

Lithium is an inorganic metal.It has only one indication in medicine.It is used in bipolar illness.The side effects of lithium are hypothyroidism, nephrogenic diabetes insipidus, derangement of renal functions.Patients on lithium should get their renal functions done regularly.

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Is it safe for my husband to take lithium oratate and/or aswaghanda and blood pressure medication if he takes his blood pressure medication in the...

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That’s totally fine!

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HI,

I have reviewed these medications individually and collectively. It is safe for your...

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What can I take with parnate besides lithium if the parnate alone is not enough. And I am at maxium dosage for the...

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Brief Answer:
Consultation

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Hello, and thanks for your question.

Parnate can safely be used with lithium. There is no reason you...

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I was taking Lithium for a little over a month until my hair started to fall out in large hand fulls, so I stopped taking it. Is this a normal side...

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An occasional one

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Dear Ms, I have gone through your questions nd I understand your concerns , but unfourtanetly...

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