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Extreme Carbohydrate Intolerance Looking for help to diagnose on an Extreme Carbohydrate Intolerance case that has gone on for 13 years. Through trial and error I determined that I can only eat protein and green vegetables. When eat any other foods I get an extreme allergic eye reaction of redness, pus discharge at night, crusting, itchiness, inflammation, sensitivity to light. This reaction happens even when I eat something as simple as a carrot.
Extreme Carbohydrate Intolerance Looking for help to diagnose on an Extreme Carbohydrate Intolerance case that has gone on for 13 years. Through trial and error I determined that I can only eat protein and green vegetables. When eat any other foods I get an extreme allergic eye reaction of redness, pus discharge at night, crusting, itchiness, inflammation, sensitivity to light. This reaction happens even when I eat something as simple as a carrot.
Extreme Carbohydrate Intolerance Looking for help to diagnose on an Extreme Carbohydrate Intolerance case that has gone on for 13 years. Through trial and error I determined that I can only eat protein and green vegetables. When eat any other foods I get an extreme allergic eye reaction of redness, pus discharge at night, crusting, itchiness, inflammation, sensitivity to light. This reaction happens even when I eat something as simple as a carrot.
03:50: I am very curious about the long term effects of hydrocortisone in the treatment of Addison's Disease. I realize that pre-diagnosis and replacement therapy, an addison's patient is not able to metabolize carbohydrates and fats due to the lack of cortisol. Is the body's ability to metabolize nutrients returned to normal with steroid replacement therapy? I host an addison's disease support page at http://www.maxpages.
She is also obviously prone now to bowel dysfunction to the point of obstruction, and requires Colace in any event to avoid the constipating effects of some of her meds and her more-sedentary lifestyle. With her already-limited communication skills (she is nonverbal), I think it would be preferable to try something like the ketogenic diet versus adding yet another medication that might be further sedating, thus robbing her of motivation to communicate at all.
The other possibility is gluten intolerance. Intolerance can also be to egg, protein, carbohydrate, fish, sea water food etc. Hence it is important to consult an allergy specialist to rule out what food allergies you have. Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
Hi Moodbirdle and welcome to the forum. I have seen your comment at the Fibro Community and I thank you for your kind words. Caryopteris has a good suggestion in regards to LDN as it is safe, inexpensive and it might work. The challenge is to get a doctor to prescribe it initially, since it's an orphan drug (expired licence-no profit incentive and it's low dose) and off label for your purpose. Another suggestion is, as I mentioned at the Fibro community is to do Dr.
The delicate balance of what foods have what effects never struck home more than the fact that I had eaten quite a lot of stewed tomatoes during the week of my plateau, which I realized only recently has a lot of sugar content in it. Almost as much as cereal. I remember my teenage know-it-all days when I looked at the caloric content of table sugar and thought that it was so negligible, I couldn't understand what all the hysteria was about and figured I knew better because I did the math.
The delicate balance of what foods have what effects never struck home more than the fact that I had eaten quite a lot of stewed tomatoes during the week of my plateau, which I realized only recently has a lot of sugar content in it. Almost as much as cereal. I remember my teenage know-it-all days when I looked at the caloric content of table sugar and thought that it was so negligible, I couldn't understand what all the hysteria was about and figured I knew better because I did the math.
One study sponsored by the National Institutes of Health shows that 68% of Americans are are magnesium deficient. Other experts put the number closer to 80%. There are easily over 100 symptoms of magnesium deficiency. Dr. Sidney Baker wrote about some of the effects of magnesium deficiency: "Magnesium deficiency can affect virtually every organ system of the body.
Welcome to the gastroenterology community! This could all just be due to the ulcers that the H Pylori caused, which will go away. I am surprised that your doctor put you on naproxen with your history of ulcers. This can cause ulcers on its own and I would highly recommend you talk to your doctor about stopping this.
At age 30 I started exercising more, drinking excessive water and tea, and reduced my carbohydrate intake although I did consume alcoholic beverages frequently (socially). A change in location and lifestyle also had me eating later at night and sleeping soon after which I've been working on changing. Around the age of 32 I started to get extreme heartburn (I never had heartburn before in my life until then).
(Mg) heart arrhythmias, fatigue, depression, anxiety, sleep disorders, hyperexcitability, restless leg syndrome, peripheral nervous system issues, carbohydrate cravings, carbohydrate intolerance & more! 2. (HA) restricted nutrient delivery leading to poor tissue health-slow healing, dry skin, wrinkling skin, impaired waste removal out of the tissues and joints, dry eyes, poor vision, increased inflammation leading to premature ageing & more.
Two weeks is a very short duration of treatment to suffer from side effects and I would not advise discontinuing them before the advised time. Hope this helps. Take care!
I had a moderate/severe hashitoxicosis flare up for two months and lost no weight at all. I have all the symptoms of insulin resistance with normal insulin levels. "Insulin resistance is defined where a normal or elevated insulin level produces an attenuated biological response." But i would say you are right on the money to point the finger at insulin resistance as one of the reasons to gain weight/unable to lose weight with hyperthyroidism.
Seem to have developed some kind of carbohydrate intolerance. Hope THAT is temporary. Hoping that a gluten free diet will help encourage some kind of colonic activity. Been on it for about 2 months now. Gums swell constantly. I cracked a molar. New endo (one visit) laughed at my TSH of 5.87 and claimed "THAT'S" not what's causing your symptoms. Good Lord! TSH has been 88 in the past. It went down all by itself over the years and THAT was better than any meds!!
If anything, it can lower BP in some people. Of course, some of us can have atypical side effects and reactions towards meds, but that's rare. SSRIs are effective in treating anxiety. Your anxiety will be a bit worse in the beginning, but after 2-6 weeks it will slowly reduce. Xanax does not treat anything (it just temporarily gives some relief) and is highly addictive. It's not at all a good replacement for Lexapro.
That said, you're on quite a cocktail of medications, and some of those (hydrocodone, in particular) can cause extreme fatigue/exhaustion, plus they have other side effects. You might want to research all their side effects and see if they might be part of your problem.
When people have food intolerances or food allergies and/or carbohydrate intolerance, it plays around with blood sugar (fluctuations) and insulin (insulin is a hormone that effects other hormones when it jumps around or is constantly being stimulated), and this in turn can effect the neurotransmitters in the brain. Diet is a hard thing for people to change, but more often than not, it can really help fix alot of problems.
Niacin-Coenzyme in carbohydrate/lipid metabolism. In other words it breaks down carbohydrates to be used as energy. Interesting enough, this is found in FOOD B6-Coenzyme in amino acid (protein) metabolism. It breaks down protein to be used as energy. Guess what? This is also found in FOOD B12-Coenzyme in blood formation and nervous system function. And again, if you eat food then your on track to consuming enough B12. Folic Acid-Coenzyme in amino acid metabolism. Also found in food.
The problem is that it's a steroid and doctors don't like to give it because it has side effects, but I can take it for 7 days and then I'm good for a couple of months with absolutely no coughing. When it starts again I take it for another week. So I'm not on it constantly but it does cure the cough.
Table sugar for instance, even when it is stirred into a fat-free latte, a lowfat yogurt, or hidden in a can of stewed tomatoes, still has the power to act as a pure carbohydrate/starch in our bloodstreams and fat cells, especially when our metabolisms are compromised. Same goes for pointlessly empty or starchy grains such as pasta and rice. Here's where I'm from: I was 230 lbs. when I was finally diagnosed with hypothyroidism after what was probably a decade or more living with the disease.
It appears that the initial absorption rate of glucose is a fundamental determinant of the cardiovascular response to carbohydrate, although the mechanisms mediating these effects remain uncertain. Accordingly, dietary strategies for the prevention of postprandial hypotension should perhaps focus on delaying the initial gastric emptying and/or small intestinal absorption of carbohydrate.
This can include irritable bowel syndrome, carbohydrate malabsorption (i.e. lactose intolerance), bacterial overgrowth, any type of GI infection, or irritation of anus or esophagus. Specific tests to consider would include the following: - Examination of stool to detect the presence of blood, abnormally increased levels of fat (steatorrhea), or the presence of Giardia lamblia. - A lactose tolerance test, during which patients are provided with a test dose of lactose by mouth.
That was years ago before my allergies were a problem. Just as bad now. I'd compare it to lactose intolerance. Ok this is me. I have a fructose intolerance too then. :( But glad I identified it. I would not have know it existed if you hadn't educated me to it on my other posts. :) I do eat dairy with a product called lactaid. Do they make something similar for fructose ?
As you go down you get into the more natural, less processed food, vegetables and fiber foods. For hypoglycemics, you need to understand this concept. What is a carbohydrate? There are three categories of food in the world. These are carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. A carbohydrate is derived from plants. They are based on the element carbon (carbo) and water (hydrate= hydrogen and oxygen).
) Is it possible that I may have picked up an infection in mexico that was gone before the biopsy- but am still experiencing the effects of it? 3.) Should the matter with my small bowel be looked into further if I don't continue to improve? 4.) Should I have bloodwork done? (im not sure what that would reveal- but i really don't know what the next step is) My gastro doesn't feel the need to do anything else. 5.) Is there any medicines I can take to ease the gastritis and my other symptoms? 6.
Tylan is an inexpensive, bitter tasting yellow powder labeled for poultry. It has no adverse side effects other than if you use too much it can cause temporary constipation. We also recommend a natural, home made diet, which I am glad to make up for you and a natural cat vitamin supplement called VitaLife. If your cat is dehydrated your vet can show you how to give SQ fluids at home.
NEVER eat that stuff if you have ANY diarrhea, it will make it much worse. If you have developed lactose intolerance because of this problem (seems lactose intolerance goes hand in hand with sudden gastrointestinal problems including gastroenteritis), the Activia won't help at all. I think the place to start, if this regimen doesn't help, is with a primary care physician for blood work (cbc, check white blood count, celiac panel).
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