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What are the symptoms of low potassium levels in the body?

A: Normal serum potassium levels are between 3.5 to 5.0 mEq/L. Hypokalemia refers to the condition in which the concentration of potassium (K+) in the blood is low. Mild hypokalemia is often without symptoms, although it may cause a small elevation of blood pressure, and can occasionally cause cardiac arrhythmias. Digitek or Lanoxin (digoxin) and Tenormin (atenolol) are both fine choices in an effort to keep the sinus rhythm within normal limits. Moderate hypokalemia, with serum potassium concentrations of 2.5 to 3 mEq/L, may cause muscular weakness, myalgia (muscle...


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What Are The symptoms of low potassium,or Deficiency?

A: The only symptom i know about is leg cramps or pain , low potassium....


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Should I go to the emer. room for symptoms of low potassium?

A: As I E mailed the poster when approvuing this post call your surgeon or goto the ER immediately. low potassium can be life threatening. My wife jenhad it. Better sagfe than sorry. If you think your potassium is low, drink some low Sodium V-8. It will getinto your system faster than the gluconate. If you read my profile you willsee that I have had potassium issues, and that''s what my cardiologistrecommended. Nikki: I think your situation is serious enough for you to call your WLSand ask him or her what s/he thinks you should do. I think I''d be realconcern about passing out as who knows if you''ll hit your head or...


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Can you tell me the symptoms of low pottasium levels?

A: The desire to see a holistic medicine consultant and being dragged into Holland and Barrett by some unseen force. Really, go eat a banana or two, they''ll give you all the potassium you need. charlie horse in leg...eat a banana you usually can''t tell without lab work. potassium helps our heart beat correctly so important mineral. only detected though a blood test -tablets "Slow-K" on preception from GP will sort it out dizziness, neasua...try eating bananas...they raise your potassium level... go and see your doc if you''re worried...good luck! Here are a list of symptoms you may get if you have low

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What are the symptoms of low or high potassium?

A: potassium is a mineral that is found in many foods and is needed for several functions of your body, especially the function of nerves and muscles. Since your heart is a muscle, it needs potassium to beat properly. Small changes in blood potassium levels may not cause noticeable symptoms. However, large changes or fluctuations can cause severe, even life-threatening, symptoms. Hypokalemia (low blood potassium levels) may cause abnormal heart beats, constipation, fatigue, and muscle weakness or spasms. Very low levels of...


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symptoms of low potassiun

A: symptoms of loss potassium include: Nausea or vomiting Constipation Abdominal cramps or bloating Passing large amounts of urine Weakness or cramping of arm and leg muscles Heart palpitations Depression...
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What are the symtoms of low potassium?

A: 26 Jan 2012 The only symptom I know for sure are muscle cramps but this can be caused by not drinking enough water also Votes:+0CommentVote upReportSearch for questionsStill looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question. Search:Similar questionsWhy can''t you lay down after taking a potassium?Just genuine curiosity... I have a perscription for a potassium supplement, and the is a warning label the side that say, "Do not lay down ... 1 answer • 18 Nov 2009 • Which is better, potassium citrate or gluconate for low blood potassium levels?1 answer • 6 Jan 2010 • Can

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What Are the Signs of a potassium Overdose?

A: A potassium overdose can happen when one has high levels of potassium, also known as hyperkalemia. This occurs when the potassium levels in the blood exceed 6 milliequivalents per liter (mEq/L), which might be due to excessive use of potassium supplements or possibly kidney failure. The signs of a potassium overdose are typically serious, such as paralysis, arrhythmia, chest pain, and coma. If one suspects an overdose, medical help or a poison control facility should be contacted immediately. There is no established maximum amount of potassium...


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What Are the Effects of High potassium Levels?

A: potassium plays many parts in the working of the human body. It works to regulate muscle tissue, to the balance of the body''s electrical and chemical processes, and plays a part in the digestive system and metabolism. High potassium levels in the body can cause an irregular heartbeat, nausea, or a weak or slow pulse. In severe cases, it can even cause the heart to stop. High potassium levels, or hyperkalemia, has two causes. It can be caused by the body getting too much potassium, in food or medication, or the body releasing too much potassium into the blood stream. There are
 
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