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ME/CFS and ammonia

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS Discussion' started by Legendrew, Sep 16, 2013.

  1. Legendrew

    Legendrew Content team

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    I'm just wondering whether anyone has had their ammonia levels tested in ME. Were they high? low? I'd love to hear anything about this! I'd be interested to hear about blood urea levels too.
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    Just tested my ammonia level last week, 52 where the range is < or = 47. So high, but not outrageous.

    What are you trying to correlate to? My diet is high fat, medium protein and low carb due to my severe reactive hypoglycemia, which may affect ammonia levels. Or it's my methylation cycle, which I'm just at the earliest stages of getting my arms around.

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