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Is alpha lipoic acid safe to take with metformin and metoprolol?

Posted 7 Jan 2018 by dandew 1 answer

Metoprolol taken once a day, metformin taken twice a day.

I have Peripheral Neuropathy and take so much medicine, why so much, any suggestions?

Posted 9 Jun 2012 by annoranna 4 answers

. I take 3200mg gabapentin, 1600 lyrica cymbalta, pentoxifylli, alpha-lipoic acid, hydrocodone and papaverine..all for my feet. What's up with all that. I went to9 the last doctor to get off some meds and he gave me more. Any suggestions?

Glucophage - How long do you take Metformin to decide it's working for PCOS with insulin resistance?

Posted 19 Aug 2015 by sherryhm 1 answer

I've been taking it for one month 500 mgs 2 x's day with no weight loss and gained a few lbs. I eat very clean and workout everyday. Has anyone used Alpha Lipoic Acid along with Metformin? If so, what were the results?

Alpha Lipoic Acid- does anyone know about this for neuropathy ?

Posted 2 Mar 2011 by NurseJFW 2 answers

Friend developed neuropathy in 1 arm after a mastectomy with lymph node resection. Doc suggested she take alpha lipoic acid caps. She did and said she gained relief after about a week. Has anyone heard of using this for neuropathy? Do you know anything about it?

India suggest Vitamin/Supplement Brands with Benfotiamine+ Alpha Lipoic Acid+Magnesium+Zinc+Biotin?

Posted 20 Jun 2013 by shyamkarani 1 answer

For Diabetic Neuropathy in elderly, vegetarian, female aged 82 years. Vitamin -B12 is already being taken through Pregalin-M, which contains 750 mcg of Methycobalamin

Hi, I have a question about alpha lipoic acid?

Posted 28 Jun 2016 by Profbev51 1 answer

I have tried 600mg of alphalipoic acid , one caplet, for about 2 weeks- It didn't help at all with my BMS, which I have had over 2 years, plainly around the tip of my tongue-- As you know, it's very painful, like having one, unending injection. Today I went to an oral surgeon at UPenn, in ...

Peripheral Neuropathy - Diagnosed with idiopathic PN some years ago, just numb toes, no pain,?

Posted 27 Mar 2016 by Denning2 0 answers

Diagnosed with idiopathic PN some years ago, just numb toes, no pain, weakness in feet, and have to use cane to get around. Trying alpha lipoic acid, befotiamine, and B12 supplements at the moment. Acupuncture actually moved the numbness from one point to another on my feet, but it came back. Heard ...


Posted 18 Mar 2016 by Monica137 0 answers

Hi just asking if your hair loss has stopped since you started taking biotin? If so what strength was it?

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