Magnesium is a mineral that is found in the human body and is crucial to many of our body’s functions. Magnesium levels can become depleted and lost in our bodies due to many medical conditions. Magnesium loss can occur due to kidney disease, Crohn’s disease, Parathyroid problems, diabetes, cancer, alcohol abuse, diarrhea, and more. Our office provides laboratory workup to check magnesium levels and IV magnesium replacement therapy to aid in the recovery of lost magnesium levels.
Magnesium aids in facilitating relief from constipation and acid related illnesses such as heartburn. Other symptoms that magnesium aids include ADHD, chronic leg cramps, healthy blood circulation, issues related to the heart and blood vessels, Lyme disease, restless leg syndrome and even asthma.
Magnesium is also a crucial element in ensuring the healthy growth of bones. Osteoporosis can be a symptom experienced by women and men as they enter their mature years of life, magnesium can aid in rebuilding bone loss in this way. Nerves and muscle systems also benefit from healthy amounts of magnesium in the body and without it can experience uncomfortable symptoms. IV Magnesium can treat difficult to correct magnesium levels by oral magnesium tablets effectiveley.
Side effects of IV magnesium
Side effects of IV magnesium can range from diarrhea to skin irritation, to dizzyness, lightheadedness, muscle weakness, and decrease in blood pressure. Some of these side effects are related to the speed at which IV magnesium is infused.
Magnesium Sulfate Injections
We also provide magnesium sulfate injections as a way to replace low magnesium levels. Magnesium injections are usually given in the deltoid regeion.
Patients have found magnesium iv for migraine and asthma especially helpful in the treatement of migraine headaches and uncontrolled asthma.
An intravenous flow of magnesium to the body can be done in the comfort of My Concierge MD’s offices by trained professionals. There is no need to suffer from uncomfortable symptoms that are closely linked with magnesium deficiency. Please contact us today to schedule your visit by calling 310-299-8959.