I may or may not have ordered T3 meds from another country out of complete desperation. Why is it so hard to get the correct thyroid meds at the correct dosage. Loving the crumbs of Dr. Lowe on the internet & pasting a link. His out of print books on T3 and metabolic syndrome are exorbitantly pricey on eBay/Amazon depending how next days go, may do it.
Made a big pain/nausea connection last night. My son and I have many food sensitivities. Mine seemed to start early thirties but he was born with them. He’s been having much less pain and nausea since starting Mast cell activation disorder treatment, but I’ll still check in a few times a day to ask his pain/nausea level. He hasn’t been above a three in either (down from 7/8s) since starting MCAD Tx.
Was googling my Fibro muscle pain during mild insomnia last night and saw Dr Myhill references to lactic acid/d-lactate. BINGO. We have been trying to sneak in some dairy now and then to ensure good calcium levels and no more broken bones. Turns out dairy causes quick path to lactic acid overload in folks with mito challenges. In neck/shoulder for me due to old scar tissue from work injury; tightness in that location used to lead to chronic migraine til I had insane amount of Sarapin/B12 trigger point shots to get the spasms to ‘let go’. For my son, dairy seems to be correlation between rising from 0 to 3 in both stomach pain and nausea, as well as random muscle aches in legs and shoulders, and very noticeable fatigue. Daiya fake cheese, we are coming back to you!
Report on food allergies/EDS connection: https://www.medpagetoday.com/meetingcoverage/aaaai/31471
Dr Myhill link: http://www.drmyhill.co.uk/wiki/Fermentation_in_the_gut_and_CFS