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can you mix clonazepam xanax and oxybutynin together without it hurting you to badly?
my mom took a half of a xanax, a clonazepam. we are wondering if we give her the oxybutynin will it hurt her, even though she is percsribed to it?
kay kay
06/27/10
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How much potassium chloride is appropriate?
My mom is in the ICU after a small brain aneurysm. She is doing alright but she is getting 200 ml/hr of 1.3% potassium chloride in .9% sodium chloride solution. Is this the proper dose for a 50 year old female weighing approx 92 Kg?
Thanks! The Dr. also confirmed this when I finally got to speak to him.
Radar
08/08/09
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  Yes, "... Usual dose - Infusion: 40 mEq/Litre of IV solution administered at a rate to deliver 40-200 mEq potassium/day ..." http://www.vhpharmsci.com/PDTM/Monographs/potassium_chloride.htm

It is in the normal range, but you left off one important piece of information and no medical individual will be able to answer your question unless you give the blood potassium level.

The medication is right on target ...
Travelingman
08/08/09
Magnesium Chloride Deicer vs Supplement?
what's the difference?

I have this stuff at my house called "FreezGard 100% Magnesium Chloride Ice Melt" (http://icemeltchicago.com/chicago-ice-melt-products.php 3rd one from the bottom) at my house. It says it's 100% Magnesium Chloride.

I noticed Magnesium Chloride is also sold in supplement form (http://www.google.com/products?hl=en&q=magnesium+chloride+supplement&um=1&ie=UTF-8&ei=rpkfS967Ds2elAf47NToBQ&sa=X&oi=product_result_group&ct=title&resnum=3&ved=0CB8QrQQwAg).

I was wondering if its safe to take the deicer in small dosages to replace the dietary supplement. it sounds wrong, but just curious.
Here's some more facts. http://www.drugs.com/mtm/magnesium-chloride.html
vspeks
12/09/09
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  Taking any single element supplement is not a good idea under any circumstances, unless it is for a well supervised therapeutic reason by a practitioner. Nature does not package nutrients as individual nutrients for a very good reason. There is always interaction that is required for nutrients to be utilized properly by the body. Magnesium and Calcium are absorbed by the body in the jejunum and only when the pH of the chyme from the stomach is low enough. Which ever of these nutrients is required for the body, it decides how much it needs and absorbs that only. If you take one or the other of these, out of balance, you can create deficiencies.

Balance is the key to health in the body. Chemically made nutrients are toxic to the body and generally rejected, while also damaging the DNA of your cells. Quantum physics experiments have shown us how this happens and that the body has an incredible sensory ability to determine nutrients from toxins.

Good luck to you
onlymatch4u
12/09/09
can you get high off oxybutynin?
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Aaron
04/13/09
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  No... it's an antidiuretic/antispasmodic: all it does is make it difficult to pee

It's prescribed mostly for people with mild bladder incontinence, urinary-tract spasms or bedwetting problems.
HerHuggyBunny
04/13/09
Can oxybutynin cause delirium?
john f
06/08/08
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  Oxybutinin may occasionally cause a "confusional state." This is not exactly delerium, but might come close.
http://www.rxlist.com/cgi/generic/ditropan_wcp.htm
Susan S
06/09/08
Can you die of licking a small of calcium chloride?
Ok so we were in class and we were doing an experiment with baking soda,calcium chloride, and water.This guy in out group and was playing around, not knowing it was poisonous he licked a touched the pieces of calcium chloride and licked his finger.My teacher told us that you can die if you put it in your mouth,he told the teacher and he sent him outside the student didn't finish the experiment im really worried will he die? im scared for him ill pray for him :(

10/20/10
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  Calcium chloride isn't poisonous, but it could burn your mouth. What he did was pretty stupid, but he'll live.
charcinders
10/21/10
How long does it take Oxybutynin to work?
heyletsgocoast
10/17/09
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  you can look it up on here missy`
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/meds/a682141.html
Ghost of Posey Narka™oi oi mate
10/18/09
tell me about oxybutynin for overactive bladder?
i am using it and it is 5 mg. twice a day instead could i take 2 at bedtime
Betty C
10/28/06
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  Why is this medication prescribed?Return to top
Oxybutynin is used to relieve urinary and bladder difficulties, including frequent urination and inability to control urination. It also helps to decrease muscle spasms of the bladder.

This medication is sometimes prescribed for other uses; ask your doctor or pharmacist for more information.

How should this medicine be used?Return to top
Oxybutynin comes as a tablet and a syrup. Oxybutynin usually is taken two or three times a day.

Follow the directions on your prescription label carefully, and ask your doctor or pharmacist to explain any part you do not understand. Take oxybutynin exactly as directed. Do not take more or less of it or take it more often than prescribed by your doctor.

This medication usually is taken with water on an empty stomach, at least 2 hours after or 1 hour before meals. However, your doctor may want you to take oxybutynin with food or milk to lessen stomach upset.

What special precautions should I follow?Return to top
Before taking oxybutynin,

tell your doctor and pharmacist if you are allergic to oxybutynin or any other drugs.
tell your doctor and pharmacist what prescription and nonprescription medications you are taking, especially diuretics ('water pills'), lithium (Eskalith, Lithobid), medications for high blood pressure, potassium supplements, and vitamins.
tell your doctor if you have or have ever had heart, liver, kidney, or stomach disease; glaucoma; colitis; an enlarged prostate; intestinal disease or obstruction; an overactive thyroid gland; or myasthenia gravis.
tell your doctor if you are pregnant, plan to become pregnant, or are breast-feeding. If you become pregnant while taking oxybutynin, call your doctor.
if you are having surgery, including dental surgery, tell the doctor or dentist that you are taking oxybutynin.
you should know that this drug may make you drowsy. Do not drive a car or operate machinery until you know how this drug affects you.
remember that alcohol can add to the drowsiness caused by this drug.
plan to avoid unnecessary or prolonged exposure to sunlight and to wear protective clothing, sunglasses, and sunscreen. Oxybutynin may make your skin sensitive to sunlight.
What should I do if I forget a dose?Return to top
Take the missed dose as soon as you remember it. However, if it is almost time for the next dose, skip the missed dose and continue your regular dosing schedule. Do not take a double dose to make up for a missed one.

What side effects can this medication cause?Return to top
Oxybutynin may cause side effects. Tell your doctor if any of these symptoms are severe or do not go away:

dry mouth
sensitivity to bright light
blurred vision
dry eyes
decreased sweating
flushing
upset stomach
drowsiness

If you experience any of the following symptoms, call your doctor immediately:

fever
fast pulse
heart palpitations
restlessness
seizures
difficulty urinating
hallucinations (especially in children)

If you experience a serious side effect, you or your doctor may send a report to the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) MedWatch Adverse Event Reporting program online [at http://www.fda.gov/MedWatch/report.htm] or by phone [1-800-332-1088].

What storage conditions are needed for this medicine?Return to top
Keep this medication in the container it came in, tightly closed, and out of reach of children. Store it at room temperature and away from excess heat and moisture (not in the bathroom). Throw away any medication that is outdated or no longer needed. Talk to your pharmacist about the proper disposal of your medication.

In case of emergency/overdoseReturn to top
In case of overdose, call your local poison control center at 1-800-222-1222. If the victim has collapsed or is not breathing, call local emergency services at 911.

What other information should I know?Return to top
Keep all appointments with your doctor.

Do not let anyone else take your medication. Ask your pharmacist any questions you have about refilling your prescription.

Brand namesReturn to top
Ditropan®
Ditropan® Syrup
Ditropan® XL
researchtissue
11/01/06
Can Oxybutynin cause panic attacks?
5mg once daily?
t h e MRS. ♥
03/06/10
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  it shouldn't. Ask your doctor though.
S P
03/06/10
what is the medicine oxybutynin used for?
i need to know if this medicne is used for colestoral
indybill
08/27/06
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  http://www.ditropanxl.com/
Urinary Frequency
PreviouslyChap
08/27/06
Are there any other over the counter drugs which contain the same elements as Oxybutynin?
Pills same as Obybutynin
winkbrashear@sbcglobal.net
03/14/09
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  OXYBUTYNIN is used to treat overactive bladder. This medicine reduces the amount of bathroom visits. It may also help to control wetting accidents. This medicine may be used for other purposes; ask your health care provider or pharmacist if you have questions.

oxybutnin is a generic for a number of brand name drugs and it is not over the counter in the US. But you can buy it online from mexico or europe without any paperwork. take a look at the online pharmacy I use for some of my maintenance pills http://the-drug-store.com/?search=Oxybutynin
samuel
03/17/09
how long does it take Oxybutynin to work?
i been on it for 2 days and have seen no change in my bladder problem
heyletsgocoast
10/15/09
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  well you want to the doctor because your bladder is very serious.You should go to the doctor and you should drink some that red juice i forget the name of it that help alot to with bladder problem and drink alot of water to.
Jocelyn
10/16/09
Can having too much sodium chloride therapy cause hypokalemia?
I become severely dehydrated on a daily basis due to other issues. but I have so far found a link that i only get hypokalemia when i'm on steriods or sodium chloride...
Is this theory accurate, or is it just coincidence?
Hotarustar
08/01/11
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What is the difference between potassium chloride an potassium bicarbonate?
In terms of healthy balance of bodily electrolytes, I'm not sure what difference there is between the two. Is it as simple as potassium chloride is the combination of the electrolytes potassium + chloride while potassium bicarbonate is the combination of the electrolytes potassium + bicarcarbonate? I'm not sure if it breaks down that simply.
Anne
11/14/06
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  Yes, it actually is that simple. Potassium bonds very well to both chloride and bicarbonate. Potassium has a +1 charge, while both chloride and bicarbonate have a -1 charge.

Check out this site for a detailed description of these three electrolytes and their effect on the body:

http://www.medicinenet.com/electrolytes/article.htm
ZachO
11/14/06
which mouthwash works best?
if you could tell me which mouthwash you think would work the best please share. o and also it would help if you explained why. thanks:)
oListerine - Antiseptic Mouthwash
oAct - Sodium Fluoride Mouthwash
oOasis - Cetylpridinium Chloride Mouthwash
oSmart Mouth - Zinc Chloride Mouthwash
Erin
11/22/09
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which mouthwash decreases the amout of oral basteria?
if you could tell me which mouthwash you think would work the best please share. o and also it would help if you explained why. thanks:)
o Listerine - Antiseptic Mouthwash
o Act - Sodium Fluoride Mouthwash
o Oasis - Cetylpridinium Chloride Mouthwash
o Smart Mouth - Zinc Chloride Mouthwash
(it has to be out of these 4. i dont need recomendations. just these 4)
Erin
11/22/09
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Can you safely take IV Fluids (Sodium Chloride) orally?
Can you take IV Fluids (Sodium Chloride) straight from the bag orally without any health risks?
Just wanted to know as a survival technique when you have no water left but IV bags are available
Zyalater
07/20/11
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I bought some Magnesium Chloride Liquid from NutriCology and was wondering if it can be used in an IV as well?
I do hydrogen peroxide therapy in IV form and Magnesium Chloride is suggested with this. I was just wondering if what i bought will work?
tomlawbcs
06/30/09
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  Provided you balance the osmotic pressure it should be fine, although I'm not sure what the maximum concentration for the molarity of MgCl as opposed to NaCl can be.
Alex F
07/04/09
Rite Aid saline solution for cleaning piercing?
I just got my ear pierced again today after the hole closed up and I no longer have any of that ear care antiseptic from Claire's (which I heard isn't that great anyways). I just wanted to know if the saline solution I got from Rite Aid is good for cleaning my piercing. I thought it would just be salt and water but in the contents section, it says: A sterile, isotonic, buffered solution that contains boric acid, sodium borate, potassium chloride, sodium chloride, preserved with polyaminopropyl (0.00003%) and edetate disodium (0.025%).

I was just wondering if all those extra things besides sodium chloride is good to use on my ear or if I should return it.

I also have some bactine spray but I heard not to use that either.

Thanks
RayRay
08/18/10
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  Use coarse sea salt and warm water. ( I have my ears, my navel and my eyebrow pierced )
This is best to use. Dissolve about 2 teaspoons in a coffee mug of warm to hot water. Dip a cotton ball in the water and clean the back and front of the piercing. The best way to do this ( after the piercing heals ) is to take the earring out and clean both back and front and the post before putting it back in. And this is all you need

2 teaspoons coarse sea salt
Coffee mug of warm or hot water
Cotton balls or Q-Tips
Wendy
08/18/10
Potassium citrate and potassium chloride?
If someone has been on Potassium citrate (urocit-k) for 9 years (for Cystinuria/Kidney stones), why would a doctor have them to start taking both the potassium citrate and the potassium chloride, together? Especially if that person has developed High blood pressure?
Cricket
02/18/09
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how much potassium and sodium chloride should a person have a day?
im bulimic and my doctor said i have low potassium and sodium chloride. i was wondering how many tablets of potassium and how much salt should i take daily?
(pls don't tell me that i should jus stop being bulimic, im trying 2 work on it)
una ragazza siciliana
12/17/06
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  According to Wikipedia, you need a total of 2,000 milligrams of potassium and 2,400 grams of sodium a day. Do the math, find out how much you need.
Heero K
12/17/06
suplement or vitamin containing malic acid and magnesium chloride?
does anybody know the name of a suplement containing magneium chloride and malic acid that help fibromyalgia patients/and where can i buy them thanks
Ivette
11/27/07
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  Try the following link:

http://fibromyalgiasupport.com/
deb
11/27/07
which is safe, Lysol or Quaternary ammonium chloride disinfectant?
Is Lysol a Quaternary Ammonium chloride based disinfecting chemical?
saint anne
07/26/10
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  I have a bottle of it, and it says the active ingredient is Dimethyl Benzyl Ammonium Chlorides.
Mooned Y!A
07/26/10
is it safe to take protonix with oxybutynin? HELP?
is it?? protonix is for acid reflux and oxbutynin is for bladder spasms.
ilovemrkite
04/05/08
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  Yes it is ok to take one with the other. IF you are really worried about taking them at the same time try taking one(preferably the protonix) in the morning and then take the oxybutyin in the evening. But if you have more concerns than just taking them together you might want to discuss it with your doctor. I work in a nursing home and alot of my residents are on both of those meds together.
lovelyshyness2000
04/05/08
is this a good alternative to coffee?
For now, I'm thinking that instead of the caffeine in coffee to give me that pick-me-up, I'm drinking some de-ionised water from Whole Foods with electrolytes infused. The electrolytes are potassium bicarbonate, calcium chloride and magnesium chloride. It's almost like a Gatorade without the extra sugary stuff. Is this a good alternative, do you think?
frankgmann
05/10/10
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  Considering the addictive quality of coffee and the very acidic effects that it has on the body that regularly consumes it, ... I'd say that water, (even tap water), is a much better choice to go with, .. although personally I'd much prefer to avoid drinking tap water, due to the chlorine and flouride that it is treated with. .. not to mention the pharmaceutical drugs that are present at low amounts in a lot of municipal water these days from recycling of sewage water.

I like the other suggestion you received to drink green tea or a form of it in water. It will provide you with some caffein if you like that and will also provide you with some very good health benefits, such as anti-cancer effects.

Note, .. that so often a tall glass of water will go a long way towards satisfying both hunger pangs and a need for an energy boost. .. The afternoon low energy blues that many typically experience on the job is very easily remedied by flushing out the liver and kidneys with a good dose of water.
meatball7
05/10/10
Are 1,250 mg of Ammonium Chloride and 570 mg of Sodium Citrate dangerous?
I usually robotrip using a certain product (whose only active ingredient is DXM) that ran out at the local store. Instead I bought another cough syrup that in each 5 mg has:
diphenydramine HCL (12.5 mg)
DXM HBR (15 mg)
pseudoephedrine hcl (30 mg)
ammonium chloride (125 mg)
sodium citrate (57 mg)
menthol (1 mg)

I'd usually take it so I'd get about 150 mg of DXM, but that means I'd get 1,250 mg of sodium citrate and 570 mg of sodium citrate, which I've never dealt with before. Would those 2 get me really sick.. and not be worth taking?
starsnatcher
02/16/11
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  Ammonium Chloride is used as an expectorant, and the LD50 (lethal dose for 50% of the population) is 1650mg/kg. So unless you weigh under 1.5 pounds, you should be OK with 1250 mg.

There are three "sodium citrates," but trisodium citrate is the one usually meant when using the term.
Taken orally, it's used as an antacid. It is also used as tart-tasting food additive, including in some Ocean Spray juices.
It's generally considered harmless, unless you do something like eat a brick of it.
Conan
02/16/11
Is there any colonoscopy prep one can take without taking Bisacodyl tablets?
Looking for a colonoscopy prep without having to take Bisycodyl Tablets. Also without the polyethylene glycole, sodium bicaronate,
sodium chloride, polyethylene glycol 3350, and potassium chloride, as I can't tolerate them. :-(
Thanks for the prompt responses...I'm seeing my gastro doc next week and will inquire about these alternatives!
Gratefully,
Lida
lidarose1
08/14/08
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  Fleet Phosho Soda (or generic) the active ingredients are Monobasic Sodium Phosphate Monohydrate, 7.2 g and Dibasic Sodium Phosphate Heptahydrate, 2.7 g

It is a 1.5 oz bottle and you take 2 doses 4 to 5 hours apart. The instructions call for it to be mixed in an 8 oz clear beverage. It is real salty so I have tried it with margarita mix and chugged it. I usually immediately follow it with Gatorade ot PowerAde so as to not deplete my electrolytes. I have also chugged the bottle straight (like a shot) and then chased it with a clear flavored liquid.

There is a warning if you already have heart disease or kidney failure. DO NOT cheat on the clear diet or beverages because it works by drawing water to your intestines. Remember to drink lots of clear liquid, eat Jell-O and stay close to the commode. If you consume the clear diet you will be fine.

Everyone I know says this is the least disgusting of the preps.
Póg Mo Thóin
08/15/08
what is the best way to treat a jellyfish sting? please help!?
i have a small chem set that includes:
Sodium Bisulfate
Sodium Carbonate
Potassium Hexacyanoferrate(II)
Calcium Hydroxide
Ammonium Iron(III) Sulfate
Ammonium Chloride
Copper(II) Sulfate

any of these work??? im thinking of mixing the ammonium chloride with the sodium bisulfate, recommended by a friend, please help its been hurting the whole day
Patty Calhoun
07/29/09
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  Sounds really weird, but I have heard urine helps with the burn, you might search to see if that is true or not
jennifer
07/29/09
EXPLAIN: "Push calcium chloride, it'll fix the heart block." (from House MD)?
What exactly is a "heart block" and how does calcium chloride fix it?

My guess is that a heart block an obstruction in one of the valves inside the heart, is this right?
L.E.
04/26/11
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  No, a heart block is an electrical problem.

Another example of how bad that show is.

Calcium hasn't been commonly used in emergent cardiac situations in close to 20 years. Unless the patient is KNOWN to have low calcium, it just isn't used.
ckm1956
04/28/11
accidentally drank dristan nasal spray?
i was goofing around with my friend and he sprayed me in the mouth with dristan nasal spray and i swallowed a fair amount. the med ingredients are Phenylephrine HCl , Pheniramine Maleate and the non-medical ingredients are alcohol, benzalkonium chloride, cellulose, eucalyptol, menthol, purified water, sodium chloride, sodium phosphate and thimerosal.

What should i do? i feel fine
speedyman
10/21/09
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  alright, so your nasal and you throat are connected. have you ever noticed that when you have a stuffy nose and you breathe in, you can feel yourself swallowing it? swallowing something that's taking the same path from a different starting point wont do anything to you. hope i've helped. lets hope this doesn't happen again with something dangerous. good luck =]
Good Advice
10/21/09
difference between calcium gluconate and calcium chloride?
whats the difference between calcium gluconate and calcium chloride, for body hydration.Whats their indication. and what would be the side effect if the treatment is interchanged with one to another
tekya
04/16/10
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  Calcium chloride is versus to calcium gluconate
Maria S
04/16/10
What are the reasons of reduction of sodium chloride and potassium contents in the blood?
I want to know the reasons for reduction of sodium chloride and potassium in the blood. What are the signs and symptoms of such reduction? What damage does it do to the body? How to maintain the optimum level of the two contents?
Taranand
11/30/06
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  usually the main reason for reducing sodium chloride levels (or just sodium) in the blood is to lower your blood pressure. lowering of potassium levels is not usually seen unless you've had lab tests to show you have high potassium..and that doesn't usually happen normally.

lowering sodium levels too much is almost never a problem in north america because our diet has so much salt in it. we intake on average 7 times more salt than we actually need in a day. but if you do have low sodium you might get low blood pressure (dizziness, fainting, especially when standing up from a sitting position)

lowering potassium levels is really dangerous and that's why it doesnt usually happen unless you're on drugs. it will cause you to feel lethargic and will slow your heart rate down. having too low potassium in an EXTREME case will cause your muscles to freeze up and you wont be able to move them, including your heart muscles and your lung muscles = you'll probably die

your body will usually maintain both sodium and potassium levels fine. just watch out for excess sodium in your diet (less salt) and if you're on any drugs then talk to your pharmacist
petrobomb
12/08/06
Can a skin mole be removed using bloodroot?
I have heard that a skin mole can be removed by using blood root paste. I am aware of several 'black salves' that contain blood root and zinc chloride. Zinc Chloride has not been easy to come by however, if one has the blood root herb , is there a way it can be prepared to safely remove skin moles?
timetraveller
02/21/08
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  I am not sure about that but I had 2 moles on my face that kept itching.... good size ones to. A plastic surgeon put me to sleep and there was no pain what so ever even afterwards. They are gone and you can't even tell they were there. # days ago I had 3 large sunspots removed from arms. The doctor froze them they swelled into big blisters and within 24 hrs they were gone. I would go have them removed because I look at it this way if its not suppose to be there then get it off!
Julia
02/21/08
can a person dad had prostate cancer take magnesium chloride?
a person that suffered from prostate cancer 3 years ago can take magnesium chloride?
Ivette
11/14/07
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  Yes.
Doctor J
11/14/07
Question for Eye drops?
1. CIPROC-D (Ciprofloxacin & Dexamethasone)
Ciprofloxacin Hydrochloride IP, Dexamethasone IP
Hydroxy Propyl Methyl Cellulose IP
Benzal Konium Chloride NF

2. Leegenta (Gentamicin & Hydroxy Propyl Methyl Cellulose)
Gentamicin Sulphate IP
Hydroxy Propyl Methy Cellulose
Benzalkomium Chloride Solution
what is the use of each drops ??

I know there are different conjunctivitis - in what condition each drops should be used?
Bindu Sinha
06/19/11
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magnesium chloride in USA?
were see magnesium chloride in USA ????
victor hugo n
05/13/11
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  http://www.swansonvitamins.com/AH017/ItemDetail?n=0
massage therapist
05/13/11
I need to know everything about Magnesium Chloride?
magnesium chloride
innreal
03/18/10
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  Magnesium chloride is the name for the chemical compounds with the formulas MgCl2 and its various hydrates MgCl2(H2O)x. These salts are typical ionic halides, being highly soluble in water.

Hope this helps :)
Razorflame (US)
03/22/10
What is in saliva cleanser?
I have never heard of drug testing with a mouth swab, but they have a mouthwash that forces a negative on the test. What is it in the wash that is the "active" ingredient? These are in order what is in it

water, glycerin, magnsium sulfate, potassium chloride, sodium chloride, witch hazel, aloe vera, boron citrate, lithium sulfate, peppermint(for taste!), sodium benzoate, and potassium sorbate

I get witch hazel and aloe and what not, but what do the other chemicals do? How does it produce a film or whatever? Why are there little thingys floating in it?
Please answer with intelligent answers, if you dont know, join the club dont tell me about it. And if you dont do drugs good for you, keep your opinions to yourself.
Manbearpig
01/10/09
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  Ajax
Joshua B
01/10/09
where can I get zinc chloride and oil of spike?
betty h
03/29/07
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  Zinc chloride is toxic and I doubt that it would be on general sale. I can't find any reference to oil of spike.
huggz
03/29/07
is calcium chloride safe for consumption?
Randy Teo
03/29/07
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  No, not safe for ingestion
Nikki
03/29/07
is there a Sodium Chloride drug that is incorporated into Intravenous Fluids?
jei
09/25/08
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  Thats what usually is in the fluids that they give you in an IV to keep you hydrated.
Jessica M
09/25/08
What is the purpose of calcium chloride in peanut butter as an ingredient?
cyril707
05/22/06
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  Probably better off asking this question in chemistry ;-)
Part Time Cynic
05/23/06
Where can you get Potassium Chloride without a prescription?
Also, it is available in IV form or do they only sell the pills?
K M
06/28/07
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  Overseas? Try a mail order pharmacy based overseas like Mexico.
eric_hall77
06/28/07
Does anyone know anything about firming agent Calcium chloride? Is it harmful to health?
Does anyone know anything about firming agent Calcium chloride? Is it harmful to health?
Evgeny
04/17/10
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can you die if you sniff calcium chloride?i need to know ASAP?
my mate done it and appartly you could die

please tell me
Adam C
12/11/08
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  Don't know call the poison hot line
Babygirl
12/11/08

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