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Re: Pyroluria

Posted by Ed O`Flaherty on November 15, 2005, at 18:04:40

In reply to Re: Pyroluria Ron Hill, posted by Larry Hoover on September 4, 2003, at 10:12:18

This topic has not been updated for two years now and I thought it worthwhile to bring up the subject again.
I am a family doctor in Ireland and I do various tests on patients with psychiatric problems.Pyroluria is the easiest one to treat.It may manifest itself as depression,loss of libido,schizophrenia or bipolar,especially rapid cycling bipolar.Patients generally have about half of these symptoms: small stature, interested in spicy foods,being a night person,rarely dreaming except perhaps for nightmares, skipping breakfast,a hot temper,poor short term memory with a normal long-term memory,social isolation,sensitivity to light and loud noises,high anxiety,often diagnosed as dyslexia at school where reading can be a problem and dry skin.It is usually associated with low B6 and zinc deficiency and responds,sometimes very well and in a matter of weeks to B6,zinc,evening primrose oil and other antioxidants. A test for kryptopyrroles in the urine usually provides the diagnosis.




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