Thiamine, often known as thiamin or vitamin B1, is a micronutrient required for survival. Thiamine is a B vitamin that allows the body to utilize carbohydrates for energy. It is necessary for glucose metabolism and is vital for nerve, muscle, and cardiac function. Symptoms of thiamin insufficiency can be subtle at first. Fatigue, irritability, impaired memory, and weight loss are just a few symptoms. Then, a severe thiamin deficit (beriberi) can develop, causing nerve, cardiac, and brain problems.
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Query: Hi doctor, My mother is 68 years old. Her weight is 75 kg and height is 165 cm. She has severe right leg pain from behind the knee and around the calf muscle, especially in the nerves. She has varicose veins on her thighs and has had continuous pain for nearly 35 years following her third pregnan... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com I do understand your concern. It is not possible to make conclusions with limited information, but you can do the following things for her to get pain relief. Ask her to elevate her leg while lying down on bed to at least 9 to 12 inches above like using three to four pillo... Read Full »
Query: Hi doctor, I am an 18 year old healthy female. All day today, I have had sharp pain in one tiny spot on my left hand. There is a tiny red mark that looks like a scratch, but it is not. It is not warm, but the pain is also spreading to my arm. I have also had the same type of pain in both my legs and... Read Full »
Answer: Hello,Welcome to icliniq.com.DVT - deep vein thrombosis classically presents as sharp, unilateral limb pain with swelling, redness and extreme pain especially if someone tries to squeeze it.What you are explaining here is neuropathic pain. Your BMI is not low, but is on the lower side of the range ... Read Full »