Sex - Ed - Libido - Diet - Trt - Wellbeing - How To Make It All Work
12-14-2007 03:54 PM
Running with the Big Boys
neither do most MD's that why people come to me to help them find underlying causes vs treating symptoms. Voodoo you wish it is scientifically proven and has been around for thousands of years. Look into chinese medicine they treated liver as primary cause of 90% of american problems and have been doing it for all long time, but traditional medicine has not caught on due to fact that you can not treat it wilth a drug. Plus spending the past 4 years studying enzyamtic pathway in the body and how nutrients and hormones interact there are only a very few people in the united states even understand the concepts, but my track record speaks for its self..
Originally Posted by Bungloid48
Yes you are right there are people out there that do not know what they are doingandcan end up damaging people and even killing them tinkering around with metabolic altering the metabolic pathways. Crap knew some idiot told a person hypoglycemia to take metformin that it will help control there blood sugar they ended up in the hospital with glucose of 35.
12-15-2007 10:06 PM
Spend $20, hear explanations of
Originally Posted by Bungloid48
Patrick Hanaway, MD head of Genova Diagnostics,
and then come back, use your own words,
and do the explaining as you would like other folks to hear it.
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12-16-2007 06:04 PM
Let me get this straight, HAN: There is a connection between histamines and Estrogen?
I find this potentially fascinating as I have had high histamines and have received allergy shots for the last 10 years. Started not breathing through my nose 10 years ago and went to shots to try and solve the root problem, at least to the extent I then thought possible.
Originally Posted by hardasnails1973
Could you explain what you mean here and how this line of thought is derived? As always, thanks in advance.
12-16-2007 06:26 PM
Just so you know;
Originally Posted by anyman
Genova Diagnostics at UK
adds Food alergy (FACTestTM) to NutriEval test
There are all kind of alergy panels,
you look as good candidate for some of them.
I did not look at the USA kinds, but the UK site have them listed on top of everything else.
ALLERGY PROFILES / ANTIBODY PROFILES:
ALL01 Food Allergy Cellular Test (FACTestTM): Food intolerance can be an important factor in many acute and chronic conditions, producing delayed onset symptoms ranging from IBS, muscle and joint aches, fatigue, weight problems, hyperactivity, skin irritations and anxiety. The FACTestTM measures all types of immunological reactions to a total of 233 different foods, including common seasonings, colourings, additives and beverages from a single blood sample.
ALL02 FACTestTM Dairy & Grains Profile: This test measures sensitivities against all cow's, sheep's, goat's and soya products as well as all grains and yeast. A marker called tissue transglutaminase (tTGA), which is highly specific at identifying untreated Coeliac Disease, is also measured.
ALL03 FACTestTM Additives Profile: This profile measures reactions to commonly found food additives.
ALL04 FACTestTM Antibiotics & Analgesics Profile: This profile measures reactions to commonly used antibiotics and analgesics.
ALL05 IgE Food Panel: This test measures acute reactions, known as classical allergies, against 20 common foods. Symptoms usually present immediately and include hayfever, asthma, urticaria, swollen/itchy throat, tongue, lips, gums, watery/itchy/swollen eyes, rhinitis, colic, anaphylaxis, eczema and skin rashes.
ALL06 IgE Inhalant Panel: This panel identifies classical (IgE) inhalant allergies to 20 of the most common airborne allergens.
ALL07 FACTestTM & IgE Inhalant: This combined panel assesses food intolerances and inhalant allergies together. This is particularly useful for those with hayfever and/ or sensitivities to nuts or fruits.
ALL08 Comprehensive Food Allergy Profile: This comprehensive analysis combines the FACTtestTM, IgE Food Allergy test and the marker tTgA.
ALL09 Individual Allergens: Individual IgE allergens are available on request.
ALL10/ALL11 IgE 5-Food Panel/IgE 10-Food Panel: Panels consisting of either 5 foods or 10 foods can be created to suit the individual and will be tested for acute IgE allergies.
ALL12 IgG 88-Food Panel: IgG antibodies are associated with 'delayed' or non atopic food reactions that exacerbate that exacerbated or contribute to many different health problems. Simultaneous high levels of many IgG food-specific antibodies can also be associated with intestinal hyper permeability.
ALL13 IgG Spices: This profiles consists of 24 of the frequently used culinary herbs and spices.
ANT01 Candida Antibody Profile: Candida is a yeast that is part of our digestive flora, however in some individuals the natural balance of the gut is disrupted leading to a pathogenic form of the organism. This results in many symptoms ranging from fatigue, bloating, diarrhoea/ constipation, muscle aches and headaches, to name but a few. This test is used not only for detecting the presence of the infection but also as an indicator of the stage of the condition.
ANT02 Gluten Sensitivity Profile: For the detection of increased sensitivity to gluten, a constituent of wheat, rye & barley leading to digestive problems and coeliac disease.
ANT03 TGA- Tissue Transglutaminase: Tissue transglutaminase has been proven to be highly specific in detecting untreated Coeliac Disease and is the target antibody in this disease
ANT04 Secretory IgA (SIgA): SIgA is an important indicator of digestive immune function. Chronic intestinal infections (due to bacterial, yeast or parasites), food sensitivities, aging, antibiotics, medication and stress all decrease sIgA levels. Low levels can lead to recurrent infections and food intolerances.
12-17-2007 10:03 AM
It seems we kinda got off the topic or my question/issues. My problem as mentioned earlier is that I have lost almost all of the sex drive. When I do get a erection it is either only a semi or I seem to loose hardness during.
Also, I noticed that since my t levels have increased I cum faster than normal. Dr. told me that he has guys take lexapro 10mg e3d or e4d to help them last longer.
This might be something I look into but if I dont have desire/libido and my d!ck doesnt get hard then why?
Thought of asking Dr. for Cialis or Viagra to help with hardness but thats just another pill to take and doesnt address the issue. So at this point I might get the script and use it as needed while I try and figure out the rest.
One other issue I think ways on my mind and Im sure is added stress is I am stressed out about how much my nuts have shrunk since starting test-e. So I worry both about getting/keeping a hard on and the fact my balls are allot smaller. Obviously this tells you all thatboth my urologist and Dr. dont/wont scribe me HCG.
Same reason I have read before. They say its a bodybuilding drug and its used for woman to increase chance of preg.
Does anything else help your balls maintain size? Starting to wounder if I should add some of my Androgel to my test regimine. I dont know much about DHT and if that contributes to low libido but........
12-17-2007 01:51 PM
as I might have mentioned earlier, I think im in a similar boat. I would avoid as much as you can the meds, especially the lexapro. Cialis or viagra not bad, although not cheap.
Part of the early thing might be just not used to things working right...i think thats a bit tied to whats going on with me, although only partly.
Im soon adding b12 injections...will see if that has any side-effects that are noteworthy to this discussion.
I would try to find a doc to get you hcg, I find its incredibly imortant. I am on t-gel rather then injects and am in a similar boat. See if you can get an organic acids test done to check other pathways as well.
If i come up with anything that is helpful, you'll be the first to know.
12-17-2007 02:28 PM
is your urologist a tard?? says right in the leaflet
"for male hypogonadism 1000-4000iu 3x week"
12-18-2007 11:16 AM
Originally Posted by Scottyo
consist of this set of tests, plus report gives list of supplements and daily dose for corrective action.
Amino Acid analysis
Essential & Metabolic Fatty Acid
Essential and Metabolic Fatty Acids Assessment
Elemental Analysis, Packed Erythrocytes
Oxidative Stress Analysis
Tell me more about B12
my results show B12 defficiency,
and I already am taking large amouts of it
plus my blood test shows B12 at the top range
B12 is neural protector, low functional B12=ED (I guess).
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