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Re: renal problem ? tealady

Posted by francesco on November 20, 2003, at 1:24:40

In reply to Re: renal problem ? Francesco , posted by tealady on November 19, 2003, at 20:27:33

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> She was only referring to when she did treat these patients she did amino acid profiles...and that she personally is uncomfortable with using tryptophan because some individuals(not all) may metabolize it into undesirable byproducts...as well as the EMS thing.

Thanks. Now it's clear : )


> Did you change anything 3 months ago? Start any new supps/drugs/ aminos? around that time? Anything change in the past 4 or 5 months even as it can take a while for levels to build up?

I changed a lot of stuff in the last months.
I began to have polyuria on July (so 5 months ago, exactly) in the short period I was taking Wellbutrin (I took Wellbutrin only for 10 ten days). Of course I can't be sure Wellbutrin is the cause. I took Wellbutrin for a couple of days, then I quit it for another couple of days and then I start it again for another week. In this second period, if my memory is correct, I began to have polyuria.

> > In the recent past I tried also to begin to take Prozac and Anafranil (in two different occasions) and experienced similar syntoms (Eosinophilia-Myalgia Syndrome).

> Perhaps you have highish serotonin levels anyway?

I have thought about it. What are according your knowledge the signs of an high serotonin level ?

The further problem is that I'm taking supplements for ADHD-like syntoms and the concentration seems better targeted by tryptophan than tyrosine. The same happened in the past for Anafranil which was terribly useful for concentration. (I mean for concentration ability to read, watchings movies and so on without being distracted).

> Personally I can't tolerate more than 500mg tyrosine broken into 2 doses per day for example...

Yeah, it was the same for me. I have never taken more than 500mg of tyrosine and for me was also more than enough !


> Having adequate magnesium and a multiB ( with say at least 25mg B5, B3 and 15mg B1,B6...or that level) helps.

I have to check the content of my multivitamin-mineral complex. Thanks for all these precious info.

I do know I'm lowish on serotonin at present from symptoms, and I'm still considering tryptophan.

... and wich are the syntoms of low serotonin levels ? : )

In these days I've been trying EPA-DHA. So far it has been the best suplements I've taken in terms of cost/benefits and it helped with connection with others, energy level, mood and motivation.
Have you have tried it ?


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