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Potassium Citrate

Cystitis, gout, kidney stone.

The metabolism of absorbed citrate produces an alkaline load. The induced alkaline load in turn increases urinary pH and raises urinary citrate by augmenting citrate clearance without measurably altering ultrafilterable serum citrate. Thus, potassium citrate therapy appears to increase urinary citrate principally by modifying the renal handling of citrate, rather than by increasing the filtered load of citrate. The changes induced by potassium citrate tablets produce a urine that is less conducive to the crystallization of stone-forming salts (calcium oxalate, calcium phosphate and uric acid). Increased citrate in the urine, by complexing with calcium, decreases calcium ion activity and thus the saturation of calcium oxalate. Citrate also inhibits the spontaneous nucleation of calcium oxalate and calcium phosphate (brushite).

Nausea, Allergic reactions, Paralysis., Abdominal pain, Vomiting, Diarrhea


Pyridoxine is used to treat low levels or deficiency of vitamin B6 in the body, treat nerve damage (peripheral neuritis) caused by isoniazid (an anti-tuberculosis drug), urge to vomit (nausea) and vomiting in pregnancy, and abnormal blood cells produced by bone marrow (idiopathic sideroblastic anemia). It is used for the growth and development of the brain, nerves, skin, and other parts of the body.

Pyridoxine is vitamin B6, required for the proper usage of nutrients and production of energy in the body.

Usually in hands and feet., Long term administration of large doses is associated with dysfunction of nerves resulting in numbness and pain

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