Hi, I found the right doctor, doctor who has knowledge of biochemistry, find the cause(s) and treat those, vitamin/mineral deficiencies and any high level of heavy metal(s). Pity most doctors do not have that knowledge/training.
I'm not sure what she is adding. Maybe she is using it to vent from her neuro problems and feels she is knowledgeable.
In any case, if someone new comes online, they will see that high doses she espouses are dangerous and that is why we write.
To help others recover with optimistic recovery stories and warnings for newbies.
I sent an email yesterday, but I'm not sure if MedHelp informs users when they get an email at MedHelp.org or if you won't find out until you log on, so just in case:
I've started a Vitamin B6 Toxicity Group here on MedHelp. The group is open to public. Here is the link:
I've created 4 Discussions. I've answered each with my own personal experiences. Please, add yours as well. Feel free to create more discussions and post questions.
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