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Zinc Deficiency
My Zinc level is 37.8 mcg/dl. How much time it will take to recover to normal. I am taking Muscleblaze Multivitamin.
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Hi If you are thinking that zinc levels in your body will come to your normal requirement of popping a pill I’m sorry to break the bubble but it won’t really work The science behind any supplementation is that OCP’s gets just 20-30% absorbed instead you could have gone for Intravenous injections it would have bought your zinc levels to normal in 2 months course thereafter you should have taken natural sources to prevent further loss
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Also intervene or get more blood works to check if there are other deficiencies too as one mineral deficiency leads to another deficiency hence your functionality of overall absorption of nutrients are affected
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Need detail case history to guide u properly if u wish to take proper treatment consult online through practo app for proper management consult online through practo app
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Zinc is absorbed completely if your gut health is upto the mark. So check if your zinc supplement is in correct form and composition
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Connect with over consultation to help you with it
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Healthy evening, The best source of zinc Oyster: oyster have most zinc of any food with 74.1 Crab : shellfish packed with zinc Beef Pork Lobster Chikpea and other legumes Cashew and other nuts Oats Some vegetables zinc rich Soyabean , peas, lentils, peanut, sweet corn, blackberry, strawberries, redcurrant etc.
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Gud evening pls consult physician .
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