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Amazone I.
Thursday, March 12, 2009, 9:06am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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gals and guyen, I informed you once upon the time about my accident and its suites with mb.sudeck (reaction after surgery) and now it came out that another mb. installed itself called mb.dupuytren coz my little finger of my right hand got stiff since that issue...but coz of a sort of overactive tissue and a sort of collagenoses...
At first they told me to get calmed down my overactive nerve system....
now an overactive tissue...and what else Everytime I read mb. I get sick coz I think often they don't know what is really happening....
so far big when I try to make clear what nonniehood can be.... .....
hmmm.... I think I've to go for further researches here instead of cutting,shnippeling and waving with x-rays....or even offering Tamoxifen or U5 as a sort of therapy.... ......
all kinds of inputs are welcome .....


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From one nonnie to another...((((Big hugs))))

Debra


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At least knowing that nonnieness contributes to some things helps us cope.  It is frustrating when you dont know the reasons.

I hope you get things figured out.  Another big nonnie hug.


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thanx and back to Uuuu....

the most frustrating for me is...that just those whitecoated...without knowing anything about the BTD thema...they allow themselves statements which aren't made to solve anything.... ...how you call this '?)...
blech .... ...


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about the overactive nervesystem...does it is normal that we, the royals just do have less somatostatin than the sechis So far that interacts with the production of gastrin & pepsin and dito in popps up in our nervesystem.... so that might be the culprit to produce that famous *morbus sudeck* .... coz of the lack of several enzymes ...dito of the interaction with glucagon & insulin .....any suggs are more than appreciated....


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Diabetes diet rafinements could help if insulin and glucagon are involved. I am thinking to find out a diabetes diet rafinement for me in order to Alzheimer and cognitive prevention, but I must find how to loose some hg of belly and gain them as muscles, arranging beeter my exercise. I cannot afford really to lose weight, as I am thin and with osteoporosis. However belly fat is the nastier to have and to lose ! In the mean time I eat regularly and often mushrooms, green beans, buckwheat to balance my blood sugar and I'll try to have very seldom my gourmet corn spaghetti and fettucine  
Hugs form Maria Giovanna


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Isa from nonie to nonie, we really are so sensitive...I had some arrhtthmia supravent. and Dr. did a lots of test (everything were ok in my heart) and maybe  Dr. said that I was doing intensive exercise   (I felt that also a bad reaction to  l-Arginine 500mg with Omega 3-6-9 3500mg)

for me protocols help a lot but I see that you have tried some supp. without success

maybe some acupunture, did you try?

Royal needs a lot of therapys at the same time, maybe!!


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...perhaps is here the reply...*all is is only in our minds * ...the relationship of an overactive nervesystem and somatostatin isn't answered..sorry---but I guess ..I won't get any ....
shht.. Isa...remember... ...*nooo asumptions...* seichtes Gelaber ist garantiert  



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