Dosage of ranitidine for infants

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Avatar f tn Vitamin B12 is considered safe and non-toxic. Taking any one of the B complex vitamins by itself for a long period of time can result in an imbalance of other important B vitamins. For this reason, it is generally important to take a B complex vitamin with any single B vitamin. Possible Interactions If you are currently being treated with any of the following medications, you should not use vitamin B12 supplements without first talking to your healthcare provider.
Avatar m tn Women who do not have enough vitamin B12 in their blood before and after conception have a greater chance of having a baby with brain or spinal cord defects, a new study says. Most at risk may be vegans and vegetarians, since B12 is far more common in meat and animal-based foods, noted an American and Irish research team whose findings were published in the March issue of Pediatrics.. According to the study, women with low levels of B12 had at least 2.
Avatar n tn He has ulcers in his esophagus and has for about 5 years, no food allergies, no celiac, and all kinds of medication non seem to work ulcers are still there everytime he has a endoscopy. He get sores on his toug so I know he is having problems. He has anxieties problems and I'm starting to wonder if there could be any relation. The Docter says it is acid reflux a special diet and medication have not taken care of these ulcers.
Avatar n tn To be completely honest for those of you who need help and are searching for alternatives to the docs drawn out with no solution course I put my son on milk and oatmeal cereal at 2 mos since he wanted to suck on the boob forever, he was't relaxed or content also. I always put him to breastfeed after supplementing and he breastfed for 1 1/2 years and got all the immunity and positive nutients that come from mothers milk.
Avatar f tn As per ray2502, with TMAU, people have reported a fishy odour however no above symptoms were reported such as the clearing of throats and difficulty breathing etc. It is more of an odor problem. For those with PATM and an odour, that odor could be from the sulfur component in our body which has a pungent odorous smell. Anyways to continue on…with my research so far, I keep coming back to disorders of digestion as the cause.