Results 1 - 8 of 8 for ACETAMINOPHEN OR ALCOHOL OR BACITRACIN OR BENZALKONIUM OR BENZOCAINE OR IBUPROFEN OR NEOMYCIN OR POLYMYXIN B
  1. ... number of different conditions, including: Hepatitis A Hepatitis B Hepatitis C Alcohol use disorder, which includes alcoholism. Liver cancer Diabetes ...
  2. ... Men usually have higher homocysteine levels than women. Alcohol use Smoking Use of vitamin B supplements If you have questions about your results, ...
  3. ... to make proteins. Normally, folic acid and other B vitamins break down homocysteine and change it into ... homocysteine levels by taking folic acid or other B vitamins These can be taken as supplements or ...
  4. ... including a homocysteine blood test and/or vitamin B tests . Lower than normal levels of MMA are ... test/hw43820.html#hw43852 Related Health Topics Anemia B Vitamins Genetic Disorders Newborn Screening Related Medical Tests ...
  5. ... Chanteloup E, Vergniol J, Castéra L, Le Bail B, Adhoute X, Bertet J, Couzigou P, de Lédinghen, ... resonance-imaging-mri/hw214278.html Related Health Topics Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) Cirrhosis Fatty Liver Disease Hepatitis ...
  6. ... Lymphocytes . There are two main types of lymphocytes: B cells and T cells. B cells fight off invading viruses, bacteria, or toxins. ... needing medical treatment. Factors such as exercise, diet, alcohol level, medicines, and even a woman's menstrual cycle ...
  7. ... anemia caused by not getting enough of certain B vitamins (B12 and folate ) in your diet, or when your body can't absorb enough B vitamins. Aplastic anemia , a type of anemia that ...
  8. ... porphyria/testing-for-porphyria/first-line-tests Hepatitis B Foundation [Internet]. Doylestown (PA): Hepb.org; c2017. Inherited ...