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Magnesium is taken for: Constipation Migraines* Hypomagnesemia

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Magnesium is a chemical element with the symbol Mg, atomic number 12, and common oxidation number +2. It is an alkaline earth m...
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What people say about Magnesium and Hyperreflexia ?

#291 in Magnesium discussions - 20 posts discuss Hyperreflexia with Magnesium.
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magnesium to help my Hyperreflexia / easy startle response....
" ...help my Hyperreflexia / easy startle response. Does seem to help. Using magnesium citrate... "

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the docs and told I have hyperreflexia. I have quite a bit...
" ...Just back from the docs and told I have hyperreflexia. I have quite a ...this? Going to raise my magne... "

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supplements I was taking, the magnesium tablets were called...
" ...nature of the hyperreflexia. I found several causes for hyperreflexia as a generalised ...with generalised or isolated/localised hyperreflexia, but not with ...I was taking, the magnesium tab... "

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them. I even started taking magnesium tablets but they made...
" ...months ago I increased magnesium intake as someone suggested ...them. I even started taking magnesium tablets but they ...to me. All research I have done indicates that hyperreflexia's sole... "

may help with hyperreflexia. Lymies are frequently...
" ...may help with hyperreflexia. Lymies are frequently low in... "

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your magnesium status. magnesium usually gets glossed...
" ...sure you balance your magnesium status. magnesium usually gets glossed over ...absorption of both magnesium and vit d3 ...would potentially associate with magnesium deficit: - difficulty swa... "

muscle twitches, myocardial irritability, poor...
" ...often present and quite severe. Hyperreflexia, muscle twitches, myocardial irritability, ...clues to this deficiency. Magnesium is predominantly an ...irritability has cleared.\" I am so we... "

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follow up question re the magnesium in your supplement...
" ...up question re the magnesium in your ...exhibited generalized tremulousness with hyperreflexia, sustained ankle clonus ...this tetany-like state to respond to calcium suggested that magnesium... "

muscle twitches, myocardial irritability, poor...
" ...and quite severe. Hyperreflexia, muscle twitches, ...to this deficiency. Magnesium is predominantly ...has cleared.\" ADVANCED TOPICS INLYME DISEASE DIAGNOSTIC HINTS AND TREATMENT GUIDELINES... "

muscle twitches, myocardial irritability, poor...
" ...often present and quite severe. Hyperreflexia, muscle twitches, myocardial irritability, ...clues to this deficiency. Magnesium is predominantly an ...to me, not that magnesium, calcium and p... "

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