Too much protein on the brain

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You might want to consider electrolyte supplements (not in sugary drinks) to complement the water though. Too much pure water and not enough nutrients can be counter-productive. Definitely don't force water down if you feel you've had enough. Congrats on day 12! The water is great, try to think holistically about your nutrition and fuel yourself in the most healthy way possible. This will help the most with your body's healing at this point.
There was a survey done that most of the people in the US do not have enough Magnesium..Do not worry about that..Magnesium it is also a Brain Builder..It helps it rebuild and recycle..Get some vit/min in a liquid form that is all natural..Alot of the vit/min from stores take a lot of the natural ingredients away by breaking it down..I use Magnz in my ways as I mention to you..In powder, capsules and oil. If you do want it all equaled out then by it all mixed in a liquid form..
After shot i take 2 tabs called Disproal to prevent fever which is helpfull. But on the 2nd day of my shot i feel too much weakness and tiredness. I have met with 3 persons who had done their treatment and now they are living virus free life. They all said that weakness and weight loss are general side effects of medicine. But i m not satisfied. I think i facing too much weakness. Some time i feel heart sinking. Can anybody tell me what is it.
the amount of protein in your diet should not effect the protein level in your blood that much, unless you are taking extra protein like Body Builders use protein supplements. I don't have MS, but I don't think this sounds like an MS thing either. Some illness causes the body to make too much of certain proteins that can then show up in the blood.
My Dr ordered an MRI as result of all the symtons. They did find a lesion on the left side of my brain in a very small vessal and now say that that DAY of the episode I had a stroke. I am still experincing the same symtons I am 45 years old. I dont feel like it was a stroke. It has been in the back of my mind that maybe it had something to do with the dental procedure. I would appreciate any input on this.
My Family Dr. said a 30 year old should not have any spots on his/her brain. I am picking up the CD rom of my brain today with the radiologist report on it. It is nice to know that MS is livable. Your comments are reassuring. I am making plans for long term health care now just in case it is MS, alzheimer's or dementia. Once diagnosed it is very difficult and expensive to obtain coverage. My husband is in the military and dealing with our insurance is trying to say the least.
Just cut back on the self-love as much as possible and try your hardest to stop looking at the porn. If you have trouble stopping on your own, you may actually need some outside help such as from a counselor, an internet support group, or an understanding family member. You are not alone in this.
Anti-MBP activity was detected in brain extracts of all eleven MS patients, and in seven out of the eight brain extracts from the patients with other diseases; however the level of anti-MBP activity was significantly higher in the MS extracts (P less than 0.01). Analysis of the MS brain extracts after purification by affinity chromatography columns revealed that the anti-MBP activity was specifically mediated by IgG and resided in the IgG1, IgG2, and/or IgG4 subclasses.
I guess I didn't do my research too well - that's how my first PA sold me on the idea that I Have MS and to go on DMDs. I feel like an idiot. I hate this process. Anyone know anything about myelin basic protein and what it means if it is high?
As I am 47 days clean, is it too late to start taking the L-Tyrosine and Protein shakes? I am told they both could help with fatigue.
My Daugheter-in-law went to the doctor today for an ultra-sound and the OB-GYN said that the baby had water on the brain and a hole at the base of the spine. Last check-up they said she had high protein levels. She is 6 months pregnant. Can you please tell me what the prognosis could be? Is there anything they can do for the baby? Her brother had spina-bifida, and passed last year. Thank you very much.
Also, try chewing your food more slowly/eating slower, it gives the brain a lot of time to reconize what is going on then interrupts that you are full.
The degree of brain fog is relative to how the person reacts to the medications. People don't go into a trance - they usually experience some memory problems due to fatigue, anemia and other chemical changes within the brain. Many times people take other medications such as antidepressants anxiety or pain meds which can also effect congnitive ability. Generally, most people do fine.
I think my body was craving the sugar. On the morning of the fourth day, I sat down to watch the morning news on tv, and noticed we had a much clearer picture than usual. But it wasn't the tv, it was my eyesight. I couldn't believe my vision had improved so much in only three days! By the fifth day my energy was way up, I had lost three lbs., and I felt great. Unfortunately, I couldn't keep it up. I slowly brought back all the sugary foods.
He did a garden variety LP, and the protein level was like 49, just outside the hospital's normal range. The ER doc gave me a pretty good neuro exam and diagnosed me with dysmetria. I could go on and on...Someone stop me! Thanks for your thoughts. How are you?
My mother had dementia and we know that hepC can have an adverse effect on the brain so I have 2 red flags already. Need all the help I can get.
I did not associate the digestive problem with the fudge until recently. Today I decided to go on line to check on that whey protein powder and have found several sites saying it can cause digestive upsets..
it is time to get on the whey protein shakes pick it up at walmart it is 15 bucks for a 2lb can drink 2 shakes a day it has the amino acids for the brain and raw protein for energy it helped me recover keep posting for support we all want to see you make it............................Gnarly......................................
When I finished tx, I tried NADH and it helped quite a bit with the brain fog There is more info on the NADH site. The information is free and helped me. I also started taking other things along the way to try to help me. I am feeling pretty good right now. I hope I can keep it up. I came home one day last week, told my husband I felt good, told him not to move or screw it up LOL Serrapeptase is supposed to be good for inflammation. Also probiotics are good for the body.
I have the same thing, where when I have weakness, it usually is bilaterally present in my legs and arms, but far more in my legs. I, too, had elevated protein in a run-of-the-mill LP (not an MS protocol LP), and mine was only 48, I think, but still out of range for that hospital's normal of 45. Anything out of range should raise a flag, and I'm glad to know your doc is looking at it. He should run it again.
It isn't bad tasting. Joe's tastes are really wierd while on tx but he can drink this without too much trouble. The last time his viral load was tested was 16 weeks and it was 470. This means he'll have to go for the longer journey but at least he is being called a slow responder instead of a non-responder this time...this is try #3.
The inflammation in MS is confined to the CNS. The Blood-Brain Barrier prevents the products of inflammation from freely moving into the peripheral system. For this reason an elevated peripheral (blood) CRP is not expected in MS. Marked elevation points toward inflammation that is peripheral to the CNS. My neuro said that they sometimes see a minor elevation in MS and no other source is found, but it is so non-specific that it does not help with the diagnosis of MS. To state in another way.
Hi I have posted an article on Magnesium L Threonate. Supplement that crosses the blood-brain barrier. It improves Brain/ Cognitive Functions Pls. see my posts. There will also be loads on info on Google.
lists of side effects will use medical terms to refer to it, so you'll have to look up anything that is unfamiliar to you, becuz my memory ain't what it was, but seems like dyskenisia and dystonia are muscle type side effects. The solution is to have the prescribing doc make sure you're getting enuff or not too much of the medicine or to change to another like kind of medicine.
i felt like that too that sick to stomach feeling but now day 27 my stomach feels better i lost weight when i was detoxing but now i still get a little sick to my stomach in the morning but i feel much better now congrats on day 6
I am kinda scared of them. I know how much I like the buzz. So I have been trying to follow the advice of the Forum here. Cut all sources. Let others know my "dark secret. Work a daily program. Keep my guard up. Somewhere in a later post, Kyle said the battle is never over. We are never cured. But we can live a clean life. Just keep that number one always. To your question, the mental battles ease up considerably with time. We just cannot afford to get to comfortable and complacent.
I get a pressure in the middle of my spine, the pain can range from the shoulder blades to the lower back, muscles spasms or stabbing pains. I get a feeling of vibrations throughout my entire right leg if I walk to much or too fast. The pain in my back seems to get better if I rest and worse with any type of activity, even just walking in a store. I also have issues with my vision if my back is really hurting. Ice helps more than heat.
I didn't even consider myself an anxious person, but after almost a year of therapy, I can really see now that I was/am. I agree with you about too much information on the web...I self-diagnosed myself with everything from heart disease to hypoglycemia to brain tumors to cancer. Had all kinds of tests done. If it is indeed anxiety, and it does sound like you have been worked up pretty good on the physical side of things, the key thing is to accept that that's what it is.
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