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Apr 02, 2014 in the Neurology Community - 5
Ask the doctor that said you have B6 toxicity how he came to this diagnosis. Are you eating those diet items in normal amounts or are you eating some things in excessive amounts? If so, which ones?
Apr 02, 2014 in the Neurology Community - 5
Ask the doctor that said you have B6 toxicity how he came to this diagnosis. Are you eating those diet items in normal amounts or are you eating some things in excessive amounts? If so, which ones?
Apr 01, 2014 in the Neurology Community - 5
What are you eating that is giving you so much B6? If you are eating a balanced whole foods plant based diet and supplementing B12 You should not be having any problems? Low blood pressure will make you dizzy. Jmho though I'm not a doctor. Alk the best to you
Mar 29, 2014 in the Hepatitis Social Community - 15
Congratulations!
I agree. Wonder if there's a post tx group on Facebook that discusses "pis"
Mar 20, 2014 in the Hepatitis C Community - 15
I am 8 months EOT and my energy levels are much better. Some days I feel like I am 20 again! But I'm having some sort of autoimmune issues that are under investigation by my rheumatologist. I never had this before tx. Hopefully these will pass as time goes on. When I think back to how I was when I finished, all the weird and random sx would come and go. ...
Mar 19, 2014 in the Autoimmune Disorders Community - 3
From what I've read, Sjogren's can affect any part of the body including organs. When do you see your rheumy again? Hope you feel better soon
Mar 15, 2014 in the Neurology Community - 2
There is another autoimmune issue that it may be but I can't remember the name of. It may be a good idea to go and see a rheumatologist who will check her over and do lots of tests to pinpoint what the issue is. Wishing you both all the best.
Mar 15, 2014 in the Neurology Community - 2
Sorry to hear of your wife's symptoms. Has she been tested for sjogrens syndrome?
Mar 13, 2014 in the Hepatitis C Community - 13
I used to have nose bleeds before tx, had the odd one during tx and have had none since finishing tx. Don't know if it's related to hcv or not. You should definitely mention it to your nurse/doctor. It may be nothing but it could also mean something.