Magnesium deficiency: Lack of magnesium
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has anyone experienced swollen neck glands with hctz? I was taking 25 mg for a long period of time and all of a sudden had a swollen gland in my neck after taking dilitizem for a period of less than one week. Taken off dilitizem and put on prednisone and lump disappeared. Taken off hctz because of low blood magnesium. Magnesium still low but put back on hctz and lump reappeared. Has this happened to anyone else?
I am having low potassium and chest pressure, anxiety, etc. Trip to ER last week thinking I was having a heart attack. Just read all of the symptoms I'm having could be from low magnesium. Will be talking to doctor this week. Scary "muscle spasms" in my neck.
I'm a renal transplant patient taking Lipitor. Kidney failure was from an autoimmune disease called Goodpastures Syndrome. Now prone to Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, calcification and a host of other potential illnesses. Also, my family are salt ( NaCl) merchants, gathering sodium chloride from inland lakes in Western Australia. In 1998 a Japanese medical research team visited our lakes and took samples of a concentrated magnesium bittern for testing on insulin resistance and published research papers in PubMed.
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