How to cleanse the iodine inside your body after a …

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    “ Drink plenty of water and urinate”, That’s exactly the perfect answer.

    But as you requested my answer, So let’s give a simple explanation for that:

    Iodinated contrast media is mainly excreted by our kidneys and that’s a physioloigcal process which the kidney will undergo anyway.

    But in some patients the iodinated contrast media cause a reversible renal impairment due to constriction of the renal vessels and hypoperfusion of the kidneys. So in order to avoid such condition, good hydration is adviced which will dilute the iodinated contrast media in our blood and improves the perfusion of our kidneys by increasing the blood volume.

    Hydration is done by two methods: Asking the patient to drink plenty of water and/or injection of IV saline after administration of the iodinated contrast media (using the same automatic pump,, Flushing the contrast media).

    The techs and doctors who have already answered have done a great job. I would just add that much of the iodine contrast is already “cleansed” before you even leave the hospital/imaging center where the scan is done. That is, your kidneys begin the process of removing the iodine almost immediately… If I scan a patient and then do a delay series (where I scan again from 3–10 minutes after the contrast injection), I can quite clearly see a great deal of contrast already in the patient’s bladder, waiting to be urinated out. There are trace amounts in your system for several hours, but it’s pretty much gone within 12 hours unless you have severely poor kidney function.

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    Cleanse? You can’t, you’ll pee it out, all by itself, over 4 to 8 weeks, although T½ in those having normsl kidney function is around 2 hours, in those with compromised kidney function T½ is around 30 hours. Some will be taken up in your thyroid, in those already having thyrpid abnormalitues (nodules, goitre) raising the risk for subsequent hyperthyroidism 1.6 to 3 times compared to those who haven’t had iodinated i.v. contrast, hypothyroidism is rare, people having Hashimoto are at a higher risk for hypothyroidism afterwards. See this 2015 Review: A Review: Radiographic Iodinated Contrast Media-Induced Thyroid Dysfunction

    It is possible to block the uptake of iodine in the thyroid by taking sodium of potassium perchlorate (not available, a pharmacist must compound it using laboratory grade perchlorate) taken twice to thrice daily starting the day before the CT.

    Iodinated contrast is usually water soluble.. it is excreted by the kidneys.. you should stay properly hydrated.. Drink lots of water and you can add a cup of green tea.. it acts as a diuretic to clear the excess water rapidly and also an antioxidant to eliminate the harmful effects of the radiation you were exposed to while having your CT scan

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    What about these? And the studies suggest the thyroid can present with hyperthyroid symptoms anywhere from 2 months to 2 years afterward. Those of us with existing thyroid conditions, like Hashimoto’s, risk even greater harm.

    This info is old.

    It isn’t as simple as just peeing it out.

    1. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1070767/

    2. https://academic.oup.com/jcem/article/100/2/376/2813118

    3. https://www.medpagetoday.com/cardiology/pci/30837

    4. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22271121

    5. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14997334

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    Make sure to drink lots of water and liquids. It will get filtered out by your kidneys a couple days after your scan. Don’t take any medications that are rough on your kidneys such as metformin.

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    You don’t have to do it. Body does it myself. If it is given intravenously it is excreted through urine. Oral iodine to opacity bowel goes out through stools. So on

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    The small amount that remains after a scan is flushed out in urine by the kidneys. Anyone having a CT with contrast that is iodine as opposed to gadolinium is advised to drink plenty of water.

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    You pee it out. Most of it the first time after the exam

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    Drink plenty water and urinate.

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