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Review: could Sodium bicarbonate cause Facial tics?

Summary: there is no Facial tics reported by people who take Sodium bicarbonate yet.

We study 6,056 people who have side effects while taking Sodium bicarbonate from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Facial tics and more.

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Sodium bicarbonate

Sodium bicarbonate has active ingredients of sodium bicarbonate. It is often used in metabolic acidosis. (latest outcomes from 6,119 Sodium bicarbonate users)

Facial tics

Facial tics (uncontrollable spasms in the face, such as blinking of eyes or scrunching of the nose) has been reported by people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, bipolar disorder, high blood pressure, depression, palindromic rheumatism. (latest reports from 57 Facial tics patients)

On Jan, 27, 2015: No report is found

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  • If i have already been diagnosed with pe, will bicarbonate be harmful
    My daughter had complications 2 weeks ago that led her to be diagnosed with pulmonary embolism. she is being treated with blood thinners
  • Can facial tics be caused by alcoholism
    My hubby will not admit he is a binge drinker and claims his facial tics have nothing to do with alcohol! He jerks his head back all the time and stuck his tongue out at one point or time like a snake and stomps his one foot while they are crossed on the ground. and constantly scrunches his nose up and raises his eyebrows a lot as well. He has had more symptoms in the past but i do not have much time to explain. he was hospitalized for liver damage and he will not change for anybody! He told me he was going to stick to two beers a day when he got out of hospital and of course he has not! He has also been hospitalized for pancretititis and refuses to quit. He drinks from the time he gets up at 4 in the morning or later and drinks and then takes naps during the day and claims he does not get sleep. I am almost getting ready to crack and dont know what to do! I want to leave him but on the other hand i want to be supportive but i cannot help someone who does not want to help hisself!

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