ElliotB wrote:The Biotin does not have to completely dissolve, it just needs to be suspended in the water so you can easily swallow it with the liquid. Biotin is a very fine power and easily mixes with water.
HappyPoet wrote:Some laboratory tests may potentially be distorted by CERENDAY®
These are tests that require the use of a biotin-based reagent such as some immunoassays (see list of parameters below) and tissue pathology examinations. Depending on the method used, results can be falsely low / negative (e.g. sandwich immunoassays) or falsely high / positive (e.g. competitive immunoassays).
THIS INFORMATION IS ADDRESSED TO HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS WHO TAKE CARE OF PATIENTS TREATED WITH CERENDAY®
(BIOTIN 100 mg, capsule).
Some laboratory tests may potentially be distorted by CERENDAY®.
These are tests that require the use of a biotin-based reagent such as some immunoassays (see list of parameters below) and tissue pathology examinations.Depending on the method used, results can be falsely low / negative (e.g. sandwich immunoassays) or falsely high / positive (e.g. competitive immunoassays).
Learn more about biotin interference with :
Sandwich Immunoassays Competitive Immunoassays
You prescribe/take/analyze a sample for a laboratory test OR you interpret a lab test result:
Check with the laboratory if biotin interferes with the assay method used.
If no technical option can be found, treatment can be interrupted so as to obtain circulating biotin level compatible with the tests to be performed.
LIST OF PARAMETERS POTENTIALLY AFFECTED (non-exhaustive)
• HORMONES / FERTILITY
C. Difficile Toxin A&B
CMV IgG, IgM
H. Pylori IgG
Herpes I & II IgG
HIV Ag p24
HIV Ag Confirm.
Rubella IgG, IgM
Toxo IgG, IgM
• THERAPEUTIC DRUGS
• BONE METABOLISM
Beta cross Laps
• SEPSIS / INFLAMMATION
IgA, IgE, IgG, IgM
IL6, IL8, IL10
• LIVER FIBROSIS
Hyaluronic acid (HA)
• DRUGS OF ABUSE/ TOXICOLOGY
Methadone Metabolites, EDPP
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Last update: 05/07/2015
DrGeoff wrote:And buried in the middle of that long, long, list was the one I was worried about - PSA.
This is for Prostate Specific Antigen.
An annoying test in that a positive result can mean more than one thing. An enlarged prostate, prostate cancer, or both. It is known that the test can be skewed by a UTI. i am in the middle of an investigation in this area and the next step but one may well involve a blood test for PSA (depends on a dip for UTI) so I shall have to to quit Biotin a couple of days before.
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