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    • #482147

      triceptor
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      more info please.. age.

      Also have you ever had a complete hormone evaluation done? Most importantly thyroid?

      The lump you refer to, is it high up in the middle of the chest, where the breastbone meets the neck or directly below but in-line with this area?

      #482148

      triceptor
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      more info please.. age.

      Also have you ever had a complete hormone evaluation done? Most importantly thyroid?

      The lump you refer to, is it high up in the middle of the chest, where the breastbone meets the neck or directly below but in-line with this area?

      #482149

      triceptor
      Member

      more info please.. age.

      Also have you ever had a complete hormone evaluation done? Most importantly thyroid?

      The lump you refer to, is it high up in the middle of the chest, where the breastbone meets the neck or directly below but in-line with this area?

      #482150

      Raptor
      Member

      more info please.. age.

      Also have you ever had a complete hormone evaluation done? Most importantly thyroid?

      The lump you refer to, is it high up in the middle of the chest, where the breastbone meets the neck or directly below but in-line with this area?

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      Age = 25.

      I have never done a complete hormone evaluation.

      The lump is slightly below (but inline with that area) where the breastbone meets the neck.

      #482151

      Raptor
      Member

      more info please.. age.

      Also have you ever had a complete hormone evaluation done? Most importantly thyroid?

      The lump you refer to, is it high up in the middle of the chest, where the breastbone meets the neck or directly below but in-line with this area?

      [right][snapback]281566[/snapback][/right]

      Age = 25.

      I have never done a complete hormone evaluation.

      The lump is slightly below (but inline with that area) where the breastbone meets the neck.

      #482152

      Raptor
      Member

      more info please.. age.

      Also have you ever had a complete hormone evaluation done? Most importantly thyroid?

      The lump you refer to, is it high up in the middle of the chest, where the breastbone meets the neck or directly below but in-line with this area?

      [right][snapback]281566[/snapback][/right]

      Age = 25.

      I have never done a complete hormone evaluation.

      The lump is slightly below (but inline with that area) where the breastbone meets the neck.

      #482165

      Anonymous

      This page might be of use to you:

      [url=”http://www.holistichealthtopics.com/HMG/Bvitamin.html”]http://www.holistichealthtopics.com/HMG/Bvitamin.html[/url]

      #482166

      Anonymous

      This page might be of use to you:

      [url=”http://www.holistichealthtopics.com/HMG/Bvitamin.html”]http://www.holistichealthtopics.com/HMG/Bvitamin.html[/url]

      #482167

      Anonymous

      This page might be of use to you:

      [url=”http://www.holistichealthtopics.com/HMG/Bvitamin.html”]http://www.holistichealthtopics.com/HMG/Bvitamin.html[/url]

      #482177

      Raptor
      Member

      I should add some more information for clarification. I have previously taken 1 B-50 capsule a day for several years, it wasn’t until this summer that I came to the realisation that his supplementation had led to the effects I mentioned in my first post, mainly some anxiety and feeling cold most of the time. Also since I’ve stopped with the B-50 my girlfriend has commented on how warm I feel all the time. Now I didn’t experience only side effects from the B-50, it actually had quite a positive impact on my memory and clarity of thought (in my subjective opinion).

      #482178

      Raptor
      Member

      I should add some more information for clarification. I have previously taken 1 B-50 capsule a day for several years, it wasn’t until this summer that I came to the realisation that his supplementation had led to the effects I mentioned in my first post, mainly some anxiety and feeling cold most of the time. Also since I’ve stopped with the B-50 my girlfriend has commented on how warm I feel all the time. Now I didn’t experience only side effects from the B-50, it actually had quite a positive impact on my memory and clarity of thought (in my subjective opinion).

      #482179

      Raptor
      Member

      I should add some more information for clarification. I have previously taken 1 B-50 capsule a day for several years, it wasn’t until this summer that I came to the realisation that his supplementation had led to the effects I mentioned in my first post, mainly some anxiety and feeling cold most of the time. Also since I’ve stopped with the B-50 my girlfriend has commented on how warm I feel all the time. Now I didn’t experience only side effects from the B-50, it actually had quite a positive impact on my memory and clarity of thought (in my subjective opinion).

      #482205

      could be an allergy to one of the fillers. Have you tried any other brance of b-50…some of them contain inositol and choline as well in different forms. Also i know a few ppl who are allergic to any more than a few mcg of b-12 in a b vit.

      #482206

      could be an allergy to one of the fillers. Have you tried any other brance of b-50…some of them contain inositol and choline as well in different forms. Also i know a few ppl who are allergic to any more than a few mcg of b-12 in a b vit.

      #482207

      could be an allergy to one of the fillers. Have you tried any other brance of b-50…some of them contain inositol and choline as well in different forms. Also i know a few ppl who are allergic to any more than a few mcg of b-12 in a b vit.

      #482216

      Benson
      Member

      could be an allergy to one of the fillers. Have you tried any other brance of b-50…some of them contain inositol and choline as well in different forms. Also i know a few ppl who are allergic to any more than a few mcg of b-12 in a b vit.

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      I’d suspect something along these lines. The only one of the B vitamins that really even qualifies as remotely toxic is B6 and even then it takes grams/day of it over weeks. Niacin can be hepatotoxic but would not give symptoms like you describe.

      #482217

      Benson
      Member

      could be an allergy to one of the fillers. Have you tried any other brance of b-50…some of them contain inositol and choline as well in different forms. Also i know a few ppl who are allergic to any more than a few mcg of b-12 in a b vit.

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      I’d suspect something along these lines. The only one of the B vitamins that really even qualifies as remotely toxic is B6 and even then it takes grams/day of it over weeks. Niacin can be hepatotoxic but would not give symptoms like you describe.

      #482218

      Benson
      Member

      could be an allergy to one of the fillers. Have you tried any other brance of b-50…some of them contain inositol and choline as well in different forms. Also i know a few ppl who are allergic to any more than a few mcg of b-12 in a b vit.

      [right][snapback]281590[/snapback][/right]

      I’d suspect something along these lines. The only one of the B vitamins that really even qualifies as remotely toxic is B6 and even then it takes grams/day of it over weeks. Niacin can be hepatotoxic but would not give symptoms like you describe.

      #482219

      Raptor
      Member

      could be an allergy to one of the fillers. Have you tried any other brance of b-50…some of them contain inositol and choline as well in different forms. Also i know a few ppl who are allergic to any more than a few mcg of b-12 in a b vit.

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      I have tried other brands, with and without inositol och choline. The effects are the same.

      Clearly what I’m experiencing could be oversensitivity to one or more of the synthetic forms of B-vitamins. The page ATB linked to provide other possibilities.

      As for B-12, sublingual B-12 at 500mcg per day increases my appetite to an extreme degree after a couple of days accompanied by a general feeling of weirdness.

      #482220

      Raptor
      Member

      could be an allergy to one of the fillers. Have you tried any other brance of b-50…some of them contain inositol and choline as well in different forms. Also i know a few ppl who are allergic to any more than a few mcg of b-12 in a b vit.

      [right][snapback]281590[/snapback][/right]

      I have tried other brands, with and without inositol och choline. The effects are the same.

      Clearly what I’m experiencing could be oversensitivity to one or more of the synthetic forms of B-vitamins. The page ATB linked to provide other possibilities.

      As for B-12, sublingual B-12 at 500mcg per day increases my appetite to an extreme degree after a couple of days accompanied by a general feeling of weirdness.

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