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I would suggest you go to the E.R. as soon as possible. You could have an infection, pancreatitous, gall bladder desease, and a list of...
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I don't know if they can be mixed or not, but if you will go one webmd under your main login name there is a pull down window. Click on my tools...
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Hi Know what you mean, but just give it time, it will just dissolve on its own, and be gone.Good Luck
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From a nutrition standpoint, you still could be low in certain nutrients even with taking vitamins. For example, if you are low in vitamin D, the...
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I take 1 B-complex each day and I don't have leg cramps anymore.  I was having muscle cramps in my rib area yesterday, and took 1 potassium...
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There are no "recommended doses" of either vitamin. Studies have NOT proven that vitamin C or E have any therapeutic or preventative...
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Vitamins and other supplements really have no, proven therapeutic effect in the management of sinusitis. You can certainly take them, but the...
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Yes, you need to take them your whole pregnancy and for a short period after pregnancy. If you are planning to get pregnant, then doctors suggest to...
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Titanium Pro X is generally a normal in addition to protected piece that will not integrate virtually any waffle in addition to elements. The theory...
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Hi Could be just one of your teeth doing it, get them checked out.Good Luck
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Muscle cramps can occur from low levels of minerals in the blood, such as potassium, but I have not heard of it being caused by an excess of vitamins...
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You need to make sure you keep your spine/back in a flat, neutral position when you work out. If you don't, you risk placing pressure on the...
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No, you do not need to take excess vitamins. With the exception of vitamin A and D which can actually cause medical issues if taken in excess, the...
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Hi If your having lots of sex or masturbating daily, then yes the amount will be low, try taking a break for a couple of weeks it should come back as...
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WebMD has a list of vitamins and other supplements that might help with headaches. The page lists the supplements, weight of the evidence and reviews...
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