Month: February 2021

Hyperproteinemia

Hyperproteinemia – What Is It and How To Get Rid Of Them

Hyperproteinemia, the excess of testosterone in the body, is mainly caused by an increase in the production of sex hormones and an excess of circulating protein. Signs and symptoms can be manifested anytime after a man has consumed an oral medication containing 5-alpha reductase inhibitors (ACE inhibitors, Prozac and Zoloft), or a non-opioid antidepressant (Amitriptyline). …

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Hypoproteinemia

Hypoproteinemia – What You Need to Know About This Disease

Hypoproteinemia or low protein in the blood is common in many individuals of all ages. Most people have normal or high plasma protein levels. Hypoproteinemia may be caused by many factors including heredity, aging, infection, and trauma. Certain health conditions including diabetes, kidney disease, hyperlipidemia, and chronic liver disease may cause abnormal accumulation of protein …

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