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Seraffa
Saturday, May 10, 2014, 4:39pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I can't access my Kindle version of the Genotype book. So I put this thread here also so as not to put people off their food over in Genotype Diet.

I can't remember they "why's" or if Dr. D mentioned the "why's" of Explorer women's heavy menses in that one book.

Would it be because the Explorer's hormonal challenges naturally build up more tissue in the reproductive area? Or is it increased possiblities towards growing fibroids (which also do this dirty work) during the mense, or increased possibilities towards hormonal imbalance OVERALL? (or -- eeek --- all 3 in the worst case) that produce this?


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I'll throw out a guess….I suffered from that though I'm not an Explorer…estrogen has to be cleared and the weakness of explorers' detox system may be the reason for excess estrogen. There are other factors too, which stem from mthfr mutations….
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Also could be age related - as in peri-menopausal issues? I don't recall ever having heavy monthlies until I got to that stage...
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as Possum mentioned... ... the same here... I'm happy that this all has ceased


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I have MTHFR A1298C mutation at rs1801131 (risk letter G).


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Quoted from Seraffa
I can't access my Kindle version of the Genotype book. So I put this thread here also so as not to put people off their food over in Genotype Diet.

I can't remember they "why's" or if Dr. D mentioned the "why's" of Explorer women's heavy menses in that one book.

Would it be because the Explorer's hormonal challenges naturally build up more tissue in the reproductive area? Or is it increased possiblities towards growing fibroids (which also do this dirty work) during the mense, or increased possibilities towards hormonal imbalance OVERALL? (or -- eeek --- all 3 in the worst case) that produce this?



this is so sad that is quite funny
i have amenorrhea and you the opposite!!!
ohhhhh what a world


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I have the other MTHFR mutation and heavy periods have always been an issue for the women in my family. But my periods got tolerable and practicially non-existent once I went gluten free.

I do know from my ND that the body does a lot of "detox" through the menses. When I did acupuncture (went four times in four months), my period was incredibly heavy and long (longest ever...like 10 days?!) after I think my second acupuncture session.


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Quoted from Vista
I have MTHFR A1298C mutation at rs1801131 (risk letter G).


Hmmm, I wish I had my own information.


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Quoted from misspudding

I do know from my ND that the body does a lot of "detox" through the menses. When I did acupuncture (went four times in four months), my period was incredibly heavy and long (longest ever...like 10 days?!) after I think my second acupuncture session.


This is what I have always supposed. I never know what else I am detoxing. I'm just going to have to get some Explorer supports from NAm Pharmal to help.


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Quoted from Seraffa


Hmmm, I wish I had my own information.



I got the results on MTHFR from 23andMe. I am really satisfied with all the information I have got from their testing service.


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me too, then I put it thru genetic genie….more info. (mthfr trouble detoxing)

heavy menses all thru life. plus fibroids.
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Yes, Genetic Genie and Promethease gave lots of info.


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The liver/Gallbladder.


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Quoted from PCUK-Positive
The liver/Gallbladder.


I guess it's time for another liver/gallbladder flush (which I could have scheduled for today, except I was distracted by pollen levels and too much oral magnesium intake making me dtox/sleep). wooooh.



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