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Any relief of detox?

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by kimomile, Jan 7, 2013.

  1. kimomile


    Hello all,

    I'm new here. I've struggled with fatigue, anxiety, headaches and stomach issues for years. Last year I found out that I have Chronic Lyme. I've been in treatment for a year and recently had my methylation status checked through Vitamin Diagnostics. I was low in Glutathion reduced, SAMe. 5-CH3-THF, All 3 Folic Acids and Adenosine. So I am an undermethylator.

    I started the Simplified Yasko Protocol the day after Christmas. I took 1 Hydroxycobalamin, 1/2 Actifolate capsule, 1/2 Neuro Health Formula and 1 Phosphatidyl Serine. After 4 days I felt an exacerbation of my anxiety and stomach problems. I am feeling very wired and tense. Tightness in the chest and the whole gammut.

    So I know I started too fast and am now taking nothing until this passes, but it is not passing. I had been doing pretty well on my Lyme treatment, but now I'm really struggling.

    So my question is, I'm already detoxing like crazy for the Lyme. Is there anything I can take to help this pass? Has anyone ever had this kind of reaction? It feels terrible! I've dealt with herxing in my Lyme treatment, but that passes after a few days. I'm afraid I set something crazy in motion here!
  2. Victronix

    Victronix Senior Member

    My stomach could not tolerate Phosphatidyl Serine for some reason, so I switched to sunflower lechthin. Wish I could be more help otherwise . . .

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