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Water Soluble Vitamin Deficiency

Water Soluble Vitamin Deficiencies


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  • Remember for B12 absorption, intrinsic factor from stomach mucosa must be present. Def is pernicious anemia. Vitamin C def is scurvy and is characterized by gingivitis, inflamm of connective tissues, muscle degeneraion and weakness.[allnurses.com]
  • Since water-soluble vitamins are present in so many foods, deficiencies are usually a result of an unhealthy diet or underlying condition that increases your urine output, like alcoholism.[livestrong.com]
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  • They are generally nontoxic when present in excess of needs, although symptoms may be reported in people taking megadoses of niacin, vitamin C, or pyridoxine (vitamin B 6 ).[faqs.org]
  • Worryingly, these nutritional deficits were already present at the time of diagnosis.[glutenfreetherapeutics.com]
Easy Bruising
  • Characterized by: easy bruising, muscular fatigue, soft swollen gums, hemorrhage, and anemia.[proprofs.com]
  • Symptoms of a deficiency include easy bruising, nosebleeds, bleeding gums, blood in the urine or stool, or extremely heavy menstrual periods. Vitamin K overconsumption is not known to cause problems.[verywell.com]
Fatigue
  • Characterized by: easy bruising, muscular fatigue, soft swollen gums, hemorrhage, and anemia.[proprofs.com]
  • All three reported that they experienced a relief in their fatigue during the second survey—and two had a complete remission of their fatigue![thyroidpharmacist.com]
  • In studies, experimentally induced deficiency in humans has resulted in headache, fatigue, impaired muscle coordination, abdominal cramps, and vomiting. Biotin (Vitamin B 8 ) Biotin is the most stable of B vitamins.[faqs.org]
  • It affects the nervous system, leading to depression, mental confusion, fainting and fatigue. Toxicity Toxicity symptoms are diarrhoea, insomnia, and irritability.[food-info.net]
  • Deficiency more often due to poor absorption than low consumption Meat, seafood, eggs, and dairy C (ascorbic acid): Antioxidant 7.1% 31% Scurvy, fatigue, anemia, joint pain, petechia.[mdedge.com]
Malnutrition
  • In addition, about 1 in 5 patients suffers from malnutrition, with most of those showing involuntary weight loss and a low BMI.[glutenfreetherapeutics.com]
  • It most commonly occurs in developing nations usually due to malnutrition. Since vitamin A is stored in the liver, it may take up to 2 years for signs of deficiency to appear.[extension.colostate.edu]
Abdominal Cramps
  • In this case, vitamin C toxicity can cause a few gastrointestinal symptoms including diarrhea, nausea and abdominal cramps. In other words, too much vitamin C can give you a pretty bad bellyache.[study.com]
  • Toxicity Symptoms of vitamin C toxicity are nausea, abdominal cramps, diarrhoea, headache, fatigue and insomnia. It can also interfere with medical tests, or cause excessive urination and the growth of kidney stones.[food-info.net]
Ulcer
  • Abstract We investigated over time whether contemporary Japanese patients with complicated peptic ulcers have any water-soluble vitamin deficiencies soon after the onset of the complicated peptic ulcers.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • […] adenine dinucleotide (FAD) Riboflavin (B2)--deficiency rare deficiency, becasue grain and cereal products are fortified w/ riboflavin. deficiency associated w/ atrophy of tongue (glossitis), fissure of cornea of mouth (cheilosis), dermatitis, and cornal ulceration[proprofs.com]
  • Supplementation may be prescribed by physicians to speed the healing of bedsores, skin ulcers, fractures, burns, and after surgery.[faqs.org]
  • Lastly, and less commonly B12 deficiency can result from certain medications such as metformin (a treatment for diabetes), anticonvulsants, colchicine (used to treat gout) and long-term use of ulcer medications such as omeprazole or ranitidine.[stuff.co.nz]
  • When it comes to fat soluble vitamins, vitamin D is highly recommended for people with diabetes who are prone to infections due to periodontal disease and diabetic ulcers.[adwdiabetes.com]
Skin Lesion
  • For celiac patients, the risk of long-term health consequences can be a very serious concern, including for example, anemia caused by folate deficiency, a high risk of fractures due to low vitamin D levels or skin lesions as a consequence of zinc deficiency[glutenfreetherapeutics.com]
  • lesions Folate Megaoblastic (macrocytic) anemia, abdominal pain, diarrhea, birth defects Infants: 65 – 80 μg Children: 150 – 200μg Adolescents: 300 – 400 μg Men & Women: 400 μg/day Pregnant Women: 600 μg Lactating Women: 500 μg Ready-to-eat breakfast[faqs.org]
Purpura
  • Therefore, deficiencies of Vitamin C cause poor wound healing, gum abnormalities (pain, bleeding & loose/missing teeth) & bruising (purpura, ecchymosis, perifollicular hemorrhages). Scurvy results from not eating enough fruit and other fresh foods.[stomponstep1.com]
Skin Ulcer
  • Supplementation may be prescribed by physicians to speed the healing of bedsores, skin ulcers, fractures, burns, and after surgery.[faqs.org]
Impulsivity
  • Thiamin (Vitamin B 1 ) Thiamin functions as the coenzyme thiamin pyrophosphate (TPP) in the metabolism of carbohydrate and in conduction of nerve impulses.[faqs.org]
  • Others, such as Na , K , Ca 2 , and Cl -, help to maintain electrical and water balance in the body, transmit nerve impulses, and stimulate muscle contraction.[chemistry.wustl.edu]
Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Front Back Thiamine (B1)--biochemical function cofactor for: pyruvate alpha-ketogulatrate dehydrogenase B1 deficiency Beriberi: high-output, heart failure (wet beriberi) peripheral neuropathy (dry beriberi) Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome: deficiency in chronic[proprofs.com]
  • Deficiencies can cause peripheral neuropathy (numbness & tingling), seizures, anemia & irritability.[stomponstep1.com]
  • neuropathy, heart failure), Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome Vitamin A (retinol) As preformed vitamin: fish liver oils, liver, egg yolks, butter, vitamin A–fortified dairy products As provitamin carotenoids: dark green and yellow vegetables, carrots, yellow[merckmanuals.com]
  • . * Unusual neurological symptoms, including numbness, visual disturbance, sensory changes (especially in the hands and feet, a condition known as peripheral neuropathy). * Psychiatric symptoms including depression, paranoia, confusion and delirium –[stuff.co.nz]
  • Anemia, skeletal myopathy, ataxia, peripheral neuropathy, retinopathy, impairment of the immune response and nerve damage are signs that there may be a deficiency. Benefits Including sources of vitamin E in your diet brings many benefits.[livescience.com]
Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Front Back Thiamine (B1)--biochemical function cofactor for: pyruvate alpha-ketogulatrate dehydrogenase B1 deficiency Beriberi: high-output, heart failure (wet beriberi) peripheral neuropathy (dry beriberi) Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome: deficiency in chronic[proprofs.com]
  • Deficiencies can cause peripheral neuropathy (numbness & tingling), seizures, anemia & irritability.[stomponstep1.com]
  • neuropathy, heart failure), Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome Vitamin A (retinol) As preformed vitamin: fish liver oils, liver, egg yolks, butter, vitamin A–fortified dairy products As provitamin carotenoids: dark green and yellow vegetables, carrots, yellow[merckmanuals.com]
  • . * Unusual neurological symptoms, including numbness, visual disturbance, sensory changes (especially in the hands and feet, a condition known as peripheral neuropathy). * Psychiatric symptoms including depression, paranoia, confusion and delirium –[stuff.co.nz]
  • Anemia, skeletal myopathy, ataxia, peripheral neuropathy, retinopathy, impairment of the immune response and nerve damage are signs that there may be a deficiency. Benefits Including sources of vitamin E in your diet brings many benefits.[livescience.com]
Ataxia
  • Beriberi is a chronic def of thiamine named back in the 1890's in asia: S/S are ataxia, tachycardia, edema. B2 is Riboflavin and its def is called Ariboflavinosis. S/s are inflammation of lips and tongue. B3 is Niacin and its def is important.[allnurses.com]
  • […] biochemical function cofactor for: pyruvate alpha-ketogulatrate dehydrogenase B1 deficiency Beriberi: high-output, heart failure (wet beriberi) peripheral neuropathy (dry beriberi) Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome: deficiency in chronic alcoholics manifesting with ataxia[proprofs.com]
  • It includes amnesia (memory loss), confusion, ataxia (unsteady gait), and visual disturbances due to uncoordinated eye movement.[stomponstep1.com]
  • Anemia, skeletal myopathy, ataxia, peripheral neuropathy, retinopathy, impairment of the immune response and nerve damage are signs that there may be a deficiency. Benefits Including sources of vitamin E in your diet brings many benefits.[livescience.com]
  • Although rare, severe B1 deficiency can lead to beriberi, Wernicke’s encephalopathy (confusion, ataxia, nystagmus), and Korsakoff’s psychosis (confabulation, lack of insight, retrograde and anterograde amnesia, and apathy).[mdedge.com]
Confabulation
  • […] alpha-ketogulatrate dehydrogenase B1 deficiency Beriberi: high-output, heart failure (wet beriberi) peripheral neuropathy (dry beriberi) Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome: deficiency in chronic alcoholics manifesting with ataxia, ophthalmoplegia, confusion, and confabulation[proprofs.com]
  • The confusion and memory loss can lead to confabulation in which the patient has bizarre explanations for things like how they got injured.[stomponstep1.com]
  • Although rare, severe B1 deficiency can lead to beriberi, Wernicke’s encephalopathy (confusion, ataxia, nystagmus), and Korsakoff’s psychosis (confabulation, lack of insight, retrograde and anterograde amnesia, and apathy).[mdedge.com]
Paresthesia
  • WATER SOLUBLE VITAMINS [CONTINUED] Vitamin Deficiency Recommended daily intake Food sources Toxicity Vitamin B 12 Pernicious Anemia: macrocytic anemia, nervous system disturbances; paresthesia (tingling and numbness in limbs), difficulty walking, loss[faqs.org]
  • […] eg, liver]), poultry, eggs, fortified cereals, milk and milk products, clams, oysters, mackerel, salmon Maturation of RBCs, neural function, DNA synthesis, myelin synthesis and repair Deficiency: Megaloblastic anemia, neurologic deficits (confusion, paresthesias[merckmanuals.com]

Treatment

  • The most common cause of Vitamin B3 deficiency is Isoniazid (TB drug) Treatment. Therefore, some patients receiving Isoniazid are given B6 vitamins prophylactically.[stomponstep1.com]
  • Treatment for B12 deficiency is quite simple, however I would definitely advocate for prevention rather than treatment where possible: if you have a vegan or very strict vegetarian diet, or you are breast-feeding your baby and don't think your dietary[stuff.co.nz]
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Prognosis

  • NMO prognosis is worse compared with multiple sclerosis.[drcalapai.net]
  • Vitamin A status as a marker of prognosis in cystic fibrosis. Abstract book, 11th International CF Congress, Dublin 1992. Poster MP73. Rayner RJ, Tyrell JC, Hiller EJ, et al.[cfmedicine.com]

Epidemiology

  • J Linseisen Current address: Institute of Epidemiology, Helmholtz Centre Munich, Neuherberg, Germany.[nature.com]
  • A 2015 study by the Department of Epidemiology and Health Statistics of the Qingdao University Medical College found that vitamin E intake and high serum-tocopherol levels were linked to a decreased risk of age-related cataracts.[livescience.com]
  • Hygiene and epidemiology : selected chapters. 2. edition. Prague. 2008. ISBN 80-246-0793-X.[wikilectures.eu]
Sex distribution
Age distribution

Prevention

  • Since you lose water-soluble vitamins everyday in urine, eating the foods that replace them is essential for preventing deficiency.[livestrong.com]
  • To prevent riboflavin breakdown, riboflavin-rich foods such as milk, milk products, and cereals are packaged in opaque containers.[faqs.org]
  • DS products may not include statements that they diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.[iceberglabs.net]
  • B6 vitamins promote cardiac health and prevent risk of a heart attack. VitaminB1 prevents formation of kidney stones. Vitaminb9 protect against pancreas, breast and colorectal cancers.[readanddigest.com]
  • (Ohio State Extension Fact Sheet) Another category of vitamins that have had much attention are Antioxidants because of their possible link to cancer prevention.[uen.org]

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