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=============================== http://Fertilaid.weebly.com =============================== So I thought I would send out this note to let you know that I do have a recommendation on a fertility supplement that seems to help a lot of women to get pregnant. FertilAid. Remember though, these supplements are NOT magic. You still need to be doing things right as far as diet and lifestyle to make sure you are maximizing your odds to conceive.
http://www.medhelp.org/user_journals/show/4497 They include: "A multi vitamin/no iron 1000 mg of Salmon Oil (epa=160 mg / dha=240 mg / omega 3 = 400 mg) x1 1000 mg of Flaxseed Oil (ALA/omega 3 450 mg / omega 9 110 mg) x1 Raw flaxseed/ 1 teaspoon daily Hepatapro PPC (900 mg) x 2 info:  http://www.medhelp.org/posts/show/346752 ;  Resveratrol (500 mg) x1  and x2 (alternate every other day) info:   http://www.lef.org/resveratrol/ source:   http://megaresveratrol.
If you're taking thyroid meds, meaning T4, then the doctor should look at your T4. Testosterone, then your total testosterone. My personal experience with the latter is enough that you relieve symptoms, but your muscle mass isn't rising inappropriately. Maybe tricky if you have multiple things that are low, since your symptoms could be from any one of them being off.
JUL 2006 “Dramatic improvement of penile venous leakage upon testosterone administration.
- – -The RDA (the minimum amount needed) for magnesium is about 300 - 400 mg a day. Most of us get far less than 200 mg. - – -Some may need much more depending on their condition. - – -Most people benefit from 400 to 1,000 mg a day. - – -The most absorbable forms are magnesium citrate, glycinate taurate, or aspartate. - – -Avoid magnesium carbonate, sulfate, gluconate, and oxide.
It would be best to let your body heal itself and restore its normal function without unnecessary interventions. However, you can add natural supplements rich in vitamins A, E, B-complex, and C to help with the healing. Sources rich in the above vitamins include seafood, wheatgerm, and citrus fruits. Do keep us posted on your doubts and progress.
I wasn't a big internet user before - but I sat ocassionally early in the morning and just started doing yahoo searches on symptoms - cures - supplements and the thyroid disease itself. I really dug deep inside myself to figure out what I was feeling (ill) and put in searches. I continueously came to a site called about.com.
Since then I've tried psychotropic drugs and hormone balancing - testosterone, hydrocortisone and Armour thyoid. I haven't had any sustained success with anything so far. Occassionaly, I'll get a week or 10 days when I'm back to normal. Then it fades. These good times started when I first took testosterone, 3 weeks after starting Lexapro, when I went off benzos and Lexapro and added herbs and licorice, and finally when I first started hydrocortisone.
//www.hormonerestoration.com/Thyroid.html) to explain my push for a diagnosis of hypothyroidism. In review my labs are: TSH: .68 (.50-5.0) FT3: 1.0 (.8-1.7) FT4: 2.7 (range 2.3 – 4.
I was low but had normal response with the injection. I think my adrenals are ok now with taking supplements for a while, and because since taking the thyroid pill my temps aren't fluctuating much, I dont drop much from activity, and I've hit 98 here and there, with an average of 97.8 - 98 in the mornings 3 days in a row. but its only been 2 weeks since starting therapy.
Also, there was a post yesterday from someone with similar symptoms. She had low ferritin levels that don't respond to iron supplements. There was talk of Thalissima but tests were inconclusive. You may want to check out her post.
I have sent a copy of my recent review entitled “Chronic infections in neurodegenerative and neurobehavioral diseases” published in Laboratory Medicine, vol. 39, pp. 201-299, 2008. This also mentions chronic infections in fatiguing illnesses, which includes Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia Syndrome. Some information on dietary supplements useful in these diseases appears in my publication in the International Journal of Medicine.
In fact, a number of studies have shown that Vitamin D has a direct impact on the reproductive organs in both men and women. In men, it works to help produce more testosterone, the hormone responsible for making sperm. In women, vitamin D works directly on the ovaries, helping to regulate how estrogen is used to help egg follicles mature and grow. Vitamin D also appears to play a role in how estrogen acts in the uterus, particularly in regard to development of the lining.
I did find a new doctor for the second opinion but it's going to be a few weeks as they are requesting medical records from his current doctor. They won't see him until they review is treatment plan with his current doctor. I feel much better. Thanks again.
If that is the case) DHEA is low 19 (normal40 - 325) Parathyroid Hormone is normal Sodium is borderline low 137 (normal 135 - 149) Vitamin D is always low despite taking daily supplements (and last year I had to take 50,000 once a week for 8 weeks) TSH is 17 (the highest it has ever been) Thyroid Antibodies are really high - 400s All other Thyroid #s look good (best they've looked in years) I am seeing another Endo on Wednesday, but I am not optimistic as I find that they know a lot about Di
The information I've been told about various drugs and or implants approved by them is something else!! As for supplements many doctors subscribe various supplements from vitamins to herbs. Consumer lab tests and publishes those that fail or are accepted for use.
Another person had taken small doses of Cialis with alpha blockers and other supplements, and it helped. Others reported some relief from only supplements. I say we experiment with every option before jumping to conclusions. Even if at best these meds and supplements help temporarily, it is still great. To: Scot007 Hey Scot, tell us next time you take 5htp if it was really a coincidence or if that stuff really helped.
I've been plagued with hirsutism since I was 12 years old and I'm now 36 and I was always diagnosed with idiopathic hirsutism because my total testosterone was normal, my glucose was normal, my menstruation was very regular, I was not overweight, etc., etc. I always believed that there was something wrong and my physicians just weren't savvy enough to figure it out.
You should see an endocrinologist - but they will not accept the lab results from Rocky most likely. You cannot test until you are off all the supplements (as they would add to the testing) and the biologic half life is out - so it would take weeks. The weaning may further hurt and add to your symptoms. That TSH BTW - old range.
DHEA increases your testosterone and high testosterone is a common cause of miscarriage. This is also reflected in the higher than normal miscarriage rate at CHR when they studied DHEA. 3. IF YOU DON”T HAVE 4 MONTHS TAKE MORE. In general I don’t think that 25mg 3x/day is going to work for more than 50% of women. If you get eggs and are just improving quality then I think it could be enough. If you get very few or no eggs then I recommend 100mg/day once in the morning.
Ok there is Cholestorol Hypertension Diabetes Family History Obesity Sedentary lifestyle Homocysteine C-reactive protein Smoking What else is there?? Ive heard that low testosterone levels is also a risk factor, ive read that on Life Extension Magazine. I have a question....Does chronic inflammation cause CAD or does the CAD develop from other risk factors and the inflammation causes a piece of plaque to break free, which is which??
My question is , do you think those hormones are responsible for my symptoms as my thyroid numbers are fine ?. TESTOSTERONE IS A BIT LOW -- MAY CAUSE SYMPTOMS. LOW TESTOSTERONE IS SOMETIMES SEEN IN UNTREATED PROLACTINOMAS. Current medicine Levoxyl 88mcg/day Bromocriptine 2.5mg/day. I really appreciate in advance for your response.
Ok I'll wait a little longer and review my situation in a couple of weeks. I'd like to know what does upper half to upper third means? Is it around 75% ? And how can you so easily calculate the percentages of the levels between the ranges? What formule do we have to use? Maybe it's very easy but I had not been able to find it.
hi also have the same problem with my penis, it retracts when my adrenaline rushes, also when playing sports its very annoying and i feel like i have to relax on certain exercises because affraid to go in. now how long did it take for the supplements to work, and did it completely stop?
my sister said he ran a huge number of tests on her to see if she had any deficiencies--this is something that i would love to have done because i am sure that i am mal-nourished. she said she is on quite a few supplements--but that he does not intend on keeping her on them permanently. she is also on some type of cortisone--but this is not meant to be permanent, eithr, only to build them up until her body's nutritional health and thyroid health has been optimized.
He also has me on a bunch of oral supplements. One of the members of the yahoo group is a lady in her 70's who is a Berkson client who has had hep c for forty years named Susie Q. She continues to do well with no interferon treatments necessary. She has been going to Dr. Berkson for ten years I believe. Here is an interview sith Dr. Berkson in which he discusses both ALA and LDN. Very interesting read: http://www.honestmedicine.
Chronic use of any opiate, including Suboxone, has the potential for negative effects on testosterone levels and sexual function, and the use of Suboxone is complicated when surgery is necessary. Short- or moderate-term use of Suboxone raises a host of additional questions, including how to convert from drug-induced remission, without desperation, to sober recovery, which often requires desperation.
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