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Monday, November 20, 2006, 1:16pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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You can keep trying periodically, but there may be something that simply doesn't work for you.  While we have learned a lot, there is still a lot to discover in everything but especially with regard to the individuality of people.  Good luck.  You may wish to try the Intrinsa product.  We are having positive results.  Take care.  CB.


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I think I will still keep trying with the Deflect - but maybe in smaller doses to help my body adjust to it.  I guess if I knew that Deflet caused detox type symptoms that would be helpful to know and would really explain what I was probably experiencing.  


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Sometimes it's not clear what is causing symptoms.  We may think it's one thing, when it could be another.  Your problems may be detoxing, Missy, or you could just be in a hormone imbalance that is coinciding with your Deflect experiment.  You could take a break from the deflect and see if the other symptoms disappear, then try the deflect again later, or do as you are thinking, which is decrease the dose for a while and let your body get used to it.



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Yes, it has been confusing because I'm not sure if I would have had the extra bleeding anyway at the end of my period if I hadn't taken the Deflect or if it was caused by the Deflect - that's why I keep asking so many questions about it.  Anyway - I think I'll just keep experimenting with it by taking it in lower dosages for a while.  

Oh and I also found some info on wheat/corn causing insulin spikes - which could also explain the odd bleeding since I believe the extra insulin also leads to extra estrogen which is not a good thing at all for me.  This would probably be my biggest reason for avoiding wheat and corn - if I can ever get that through my thick head that is!!  


Blessings,
Missy

Married to Kris a B+
Pursuing domestic infant adoption.
Jordan Alexandra - born 5/12/08
Placed in our arms - 5/21/08


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