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How many months is a fair trial ..4 months?

Posted by tealady on September 4, 2003, at 5:18:48

In reply to Blake, Re: Pyroluria, posted by McPac on September 3, 2003, at 21:36:17

I think you should try talking to them too..even if difficult.
Part of the problem would have to be that science just does not know it all as yet, so there may be something about you they have not yet discovered that makes things work differently.
Did they test your blood folic and niacin levels?
I need zinc and B6, B12 too(only found out by looking at symptoms)..and my folate was over the top of range too..but then I do take a multiB for balance..only because I read you were supposed to. I've been told by a doc on a forum tha my histamine response not "by the book" on a no of occasions too...haven't worked out what that means or what one is supposed to do about that yet!

I'm hoping for some feedback, but I would THINK most vitamin/drug reactions, up or down regulations etc should be fairly stable by 3 4 months is a fair trial of anything?
I realise there are fast and slow responders for everything..but is 4 months a fair trial for some drugs that may say downregulate receptors and hence increase other neurotransmitters?
Is there a "typical" time for neurotransmitters to be up or downregulated in? say 12 weeks?(I'm picking that as for thyroid users on "armour" a large percentage noticed a "reaction" at 12 weeks...I even called it the "12 week crash"). At least for me , I've always felt the effects of drugs, vitamins etc by 3 months..




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