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what are signs of low potassium levels?

A: Cramps  in  your  legs  also, cramps  in   the  calfs of   your  legs  mean  low potassium  levels Drinking  more  orange juice  will  help...
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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

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are leg cramps a sign of Diabetes?

A: Cramps are most notably a sign of low potassium. Not diabetes. Here are diabetes symptoms-- Hyperglycemia is high blood glucose. Symptoms are-- Frequent urination Excessive thirst Extreme hunger Unusual weight loss Increased fatigue Irritability Blurry vision Hypoglycemia is low blood glucose. Symptoms are-- Sweating and palpitations Pale skin Hunger - to the extreme Trembling Irritability Anxiety/aggression Poor concentration Feelings of faintness/dizziness Loss of consciousness Death Possibly. My mother had bad leg cramps from being...


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what Do I Need To Know about My potassium levels?

A: potassium levels are important for a variety of reasons. potassium is both an electrolyte and a mineral, and it helps to regulate the mineral-water balance in the body as well as the function of nerves and muscles. potassium is closely related to sodium levels. When sodium levels within the body rise, potassium drops. When sodium levels drop, potassium increases. Aldosterone, a hormone produced by the adrenal gland, also affects the level of potassium in the body. Another factor that can contribute to fluctuating
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what are Arginine Side Effects?

A: Arginine, an essential amino acid normally produced in the body, may have side effects when supplementation is necessary. These side effects can include an allergic reaction, which can cause shortness of breath, itching, and rash; nausea and stomach pain; and changes in blood chemicals. In addition, people with liver and kidney diseases or diabetes may suffer reactions specific to their conditions. Most people tolerate arginine supplements well, however; in clinical trials lasting up to six months, few people had significant side effects. The most significant arginine side effect is an allergic reaction. This can occur in any supplement form, but occurs more frequently when it is given by injection. signs of an...


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what are Common Problems with the Endocrine System?

A: Problems with the endocrine system affect the production and utilization of the various hormones of the body. Some of the most commonly diagnosed endocrine disorders include diabetes, polycystic ovarian syndrome, and hypothyroidism. Additional problems with the endocrine system may include osteoporosis, growth disorders, or hypoglycemia. Grave`s disease, Cushing`s syndrome, and Addison`s disease also affect the normal hormonal balance of the body. Any questions or concerns about possible problems with the endocrine system in an individual situation should be discussed with a doctor or other medical professional.. Diabetes and hypothyroidism

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what are the Different Trimethoprim Side Effects?

A: Trimethoprim is an antibiotic used in the treatment of urinary tract infections, traveler''s diarrhea and pneumonia. The drug''s most common side effects involve skin complaints, thought other trimethoprim side effects include allergic reactions, gastrointestinal symptoms, and an effect on blood cells and electrolyte levels. A rare side effect of taking trimethoprim is developing meningitis. Skin rash and pruritis, a condition in which the skin becomes itchy, are among the most common of the trimethoprim side effects. Rash will occur in 2.9 percent to 6.7 percent of people taking the standard 10-day regimen of 100...


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what are the Best High Blood Pressure Remedies?

A: High blood pressure, or hypertension, is often called a silent disease, because it is possible to have high blood pressure for many years before symptoms appear. Headaches and dizziness are often the first signs of high blood pressure. Getting prompt and effective treatment for hypertension is important, because untreated chronic high blood pressure increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attack and stroke. High blood pressure remedies such as dietary modifications, exercise and medication all can be effective. Anyone with high blood pressure should consult a medical doctor before beginning an exercise program or modifying the...


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what are the Most Common Causes of Lip Numbness?

A: Lip numbness, also called paresthesia, occurs as a result of many conditions that affect the sensory nerves. These nerves control feeling in the lips. Lip tingling and full numbness are both categorized as a lip paresthesis although these symptoms can present together or separate.. One of the most common lip numbness causes is an allergic reaction to food or chemicals. A Tingling or swollen lip can also be a precursor sign of an allergic reaction. The numbness can be instant or delayed. Minor reactions can last a few minutes, while a severe allergic reaction can last hours. Severe reactions may also include hives, dizziness, and trouble...


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what are the health benefits of licorice?

A: While true licorice (and I use that term because many products, including candy, that have "licorice" on the label actually use other ingredients) does have proven health benefits, it can also have dangerous side effects.. The benefits include: soothing a sore throat and upper respiratory infection (because licorice is considered a mild anti-inflammatory), soothing stomach ulcers and lowering cholesterol.. Potential side effects, however, include: causing or increasing high blood pressure, signs of congestive heart failure (retaining water with swelling hands and feet, difficulty breathing), severe muscle pain, low blood potassium and irregular heart rhythm. All

 
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