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Re: How to regenerate receptors after toxic damage? Pontormo

Posted by Prefect on January 6, 2017, at 19:11:29

In reply to Re: How to regenerate receptors after toxic damage?, posted by Pontormo on January 6, 2017, at 8:06:51

Up to that week I had no health or mental issues. The 2 week period I had the dental work done is when I came down with the mysterious illness; all the physical and mental symptom practically started on the exact same day. Blood tests only showed hepatitis and slight Creatinine Kinase elevation.

Doctors, after my liver enzymes went back to normal and I continued to have all my symptom for about a year, finally diagnosed me with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. They put me on low dose Luvox.

Over the years I've realized this was a false diagnosis because I have great exercise tolerance. I've had a sleep study done; no sleep apnea, but frequent awakenings. There aren't many diseases that continue for 20 years with the same symptoms and don't turn into something else.

Lyme Disease - I don't get joint/bone pain
Celiac - I don't have any weight loss
Parasites - Been tested

Also, the only non-infectious event that causes liver enzymes to be that high in absence of jaundice is acute liver toxic injury.

So far all I've done is titrated the Luvox to 100 mg/day over the past 20 years to manage my anxiety. Not much else (I exercise regularly).

Last few days I've been curious about glutamate activity and whether working on that could be the answer. I need to research more to find a glutamatergic supplement/drug I may be comfortable with.




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