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Renal Tubular Acidosis (rta)

Renal Tubular Acidosis (RTA) is a disease of the kidneys Namely the renal tubules. There are three main types of renal tubular acidosis Type one, type two, and type four. Type three renal tubular acidosis is a term no longer used for its defining feature resolved with age and was not part of the pathological process. The type of RTA is assigned depending on which part of the acid handling mechanism is affected. Statistics on Renal Tubular Acidosis (RTA) There are no widely accepted statistics on the rate of RTA. The disease, however, does occur at any age and afflicts men more so than women. Risk Factors for Renal Tubular Acidosis (RTA) Type 1 This condition may be inherited or acquired. In the majority of cases, this form of RTA results from the presence of another disease such as Sjogrens syndrome , hypergammaglobulinaemia, chronic active hepatitis and systemic Lupus Erythematosus. Type 2 This condition may also be inherited or acquired. The pattern of inheritance in this condition is more unpredicyable than that of type 1 RTA. This condition may also be present in associated with other disease states such as Fanconi Syndrome and can be induced by certain drugs such as acetazola Continue reading >>

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Successful Management Of Refractory Type 1 Renal Tubular Acidosis With Amiloride

Successful Management of Refractory Type 1 Renal Tubular Acidosis with Amiloride 1Department of Internal Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA 2Division of Nephrology, University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus, Baltimore, MD, USA 3Department of Medicine, Division of Nephrology, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA 4Department of Epidemiology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD, USA 5Nephrology Center of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, USA Correspondence should be addressed to Patrick Oguejiofor ; [email protected] Received 14 July 2016; Revised 2 December 2016; Accepted 14 December 2016; Published 3 January 2017 Copyright 2017 Patrick Oguejiofor et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License , which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. A 28-year-old female with history of hypothyroidism, Sjgrens Syndrome, and Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) presented with complaints of severe generalized weakness, muscle pain, nausea, vomiting, and anorexia. Physical examination wa Continue reading >>

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    Hi Everyone,
    I have been doing Keto for 2 months now. I lost 2 kg in the 1st 2weeks and after that I was stable and in the last 2 weeks I gained 1,5kg.
    My current stats: 74.5kg. 163cm, 48 years old, female. Macros: 15g carbs, 118g fat, 70g protein. 1500 Cals per day.

    I log my food on a Keto app and I test my blood ketones. the 2nd week my best reading was 1.6 and now it does not go higher than 0.4. I have not changed anything in my diet and exersise. I am sick with flu and on antibiotics this week. my ketones are around 0.2 since I stared with the antibiotics. I am too scared to get on the scare as I might have gained more weight.
    Any help or suggetions will be highly apprciated. I come from a background of badly yo yo dieting on a low fat, low carb diet, eating very little. I dont wan to go back there. I feel much better eating keto. Maybe my metabolism is damanged?
    thanks guys and ladies. I an really desparate.
    Annalize

  2. Nettles

    If you've been yo yo dieting and restricting calories for a while, treat the first few months of keto as a healing process. Don't worry about calories and eat to satiety. Let your body busy itself rebuilding lean mass and working out a new hormonal balance. You'll know when you're ready to push towards weight loss again - once you start spontaneously fasting, you can make that a tool in your arsenal.
    In the meantime, try not to fixate too much on the scale, take some key measurements like hip, waist and thigh and see if you're making progress in other ways.

    Keep calm and keto on.

  3. Annalize

    Thank you so much. I will hang in there and see how it goes. I also have issues with digestion. I had to take laxatives for ever. Since on the keto diet, I have been using magnesium, vit C and probiotics and I think my body is still healing as you say. It seems to be helping, but far form normal.

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Renal Tubular Acidosis: Symptoms & Treatment

Renal Tubular Acidosis: Symptoms & Treatment Watch short & fun videos Start Your Free Trial Today Log in or sign up to add this lesson to a Custom Course. Custom Courses are courses that you create from Study.com lessons. Use them just like other courses to track progress, access quizzes and exams, and share content. Organize and share selected lessons with your class. Make planning easier by creating your own custom course. Create a new course from any lesson page or your dashboard. Click "Add to" located below the video player and follow the prompts to name your course and save your lesson. Click on the "Custom Courses" tab, then click "Create course". Next, go to any lesson page and begin adding lessons. Edit your Custom Course directly from your dashboard. Name your Custom Course and add an optional description or learning objective. Create chapters to group lesson within your course. Remove and reorder chapters and lessons at any time. Share your Custom Course or assign lessons and chapters. Share or assign lessons and chapters by clicking the "Teacher" tab on the lesson or chapter page you want to assign. Students' quiz scores and video views will be trackable in your "Teach Continue reading >>

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    How long does it take to get back into ketosis after a cheat day/meal?

    My family went to my In-laws house this Sunday. I LOVE wife's family. I should not have gone, they ALWAYS feed me good. I always binge over there. This was no different, I was weak. Luckily this only happens once every few months.
    How long does it take to get back into ketosis after cheating. I just started lifting again this week so that should help. I also intend to keep running at least 2x a week. My new weekly diet is about 20-30 carbs a day. Started doing hard cheese and fatty meats for dinner to get my fat up for the day up and keep my carbs down.
    I fully expect some flaming, but knowledge would be more helpful.

  2. CoffeeStout

    I think it will be slightly different for each person. After a carb load in the past I would return to ketosis usually within 12 hours or sooner.

  3. boyselier

    [QUOTE=TexasEric;1490641601]My family went to my In
    For me personally it can take 2 or 3 days, If I do a tabatta work out (20 sec. on and 10 sec. rest 4 min total time) I been able to cut it down to 24 hours. You basically have to get rid of all the stored glycogen in your body in order to start metabolizing fat for ketones. People usually use a HIIT work out since that taps into your glycogen stores for energy, steady state cardio wont cut it.
    Try the tabatta work out on sprints a treadmill or a elliptical, but remember its 20 seconds of INTENSE work don't cut yourself short and catch your breath for 10 seconds and repeat you should only be able to do 4 min of this. If you can go longer you cheated and did not do it right.
    I sometimes will throw fasting into the mix as well since your guaranteed no carbs and a low insulin levels. But no everyone can mentally do that.

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