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Magnesium sulfate has active ingredients of magnesium sulfate. It is often used in constipation. (latest outcomes from Magnesium sulfate 8,544 users)
Discoloration of urine (latest reports from 13 Discoloration of urine patients).
On Sep, 23, 2016
No report is found.
Ive had MS nearly 15 years and am 70. I had a slight stroke and Eliquis is being monitored. I recently felt weak after sitting in the garage for 2 hours and haven't felt good. Have dark urine and Doc is giving antibiotics. Anyone else feeling like this.
I am taking 10mg amlodipine/day for a few years for BP and my urine color is dark in 3-5 hr after taking the medicine and gets lighter later. Last month, I added labetalol 50mg/day. Two days ago, I found my urine color became darker (like tea) and blood clots (red pieces) presents in most of ...
I'm a Ph.D. RN and my PCP found out my Magnesium has been low. They started me on 2mgs twice a week, after my mag levels didn't really increase they put me on 2gms every 3 days. Did it help sp today I'm on 2mgs every other day. All IV. Today was my start day and now I have a fever with it. I ...
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