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The usual problems that require the acidification of a dog's urine are kidney stones and bladder calculi -- both are excruciating conditions that require a veterinarian to intervene surgically, and I mean NOW! If you cannot afford a vet, call your local SPCA or Humane Society -- ASAP.

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All humans have an innate self-control, except for those who have mental diseases or drug addicts.

Answered: How to lower HGBA1C LEVEL?

hgba1c is used to measure blood sugar; levels above 6.5% indicate diabetes. You can probably lower it by losing weight with diet and exercise. Or your doctor may want you on medication.

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Answered: How to lower very high blood sugar numbers

I doubt very seriously that you are insulin resistant, but it could happen. It would help us very much if you could give us a detailed account of what your daily caloric intake is. Maybe you could just list the food that you eat and what you drink, including alcohol, if any,
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PH Probe

The test for acid reflux is known as a double pH probe study . In this test, a long tube is placed into your nose; it extends down the back of your throat, into your esophagus, almost all the way to your stomach. There are two sensors for pH (acidity); one is positioned close to the bottom of ...