Why Do I Have Low Potassium Levels

by John

My question is, Why do my blood tests always show that I have low Potassium levels?


I take diuretics for my heart problems. My Heart problems are not that bad. I have had serious operations with no problems. I am 72 years old, and have had 3 Hernia operations in the last 3 years. I had my left leg amputated below the knee when I was 63. I had a dual bi-fem operation when I was also 63. I had no problems at all.

I am taking 5 Potassium supplement pills Of Euro K 600 a day. I don't think that is enough.

John Harcourt.

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Low Potassium Levels
by: Kerri Knox, Registered Nurse

Hi John,

Please see my page on What Causes Low Potassium


Kerri KNox, RN

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