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Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by brenda, Aug 26, 2013.

  1. brenda

    brenda Senior Member

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    Hi

    I had bad effects from Mb12 and Mfolate - huge increase of histamine. I started to titrate Hydroxb12 and folinic acid instead. up to 400mcg Hydroxb12 and 200mg folinic but could only tolerate folinic twice a week. I am also on vit c. b2, magnesium, digestive enzymes, and have been taking Ribose but had to stop.

    Today I have sores in my mouth which are causing discomfort. Would appreciate advice on what I am short of. Is it folate?
     
  2. Phred

    Phred Senior Member

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    Hi Brenda,

    What kind of sores are they? Are they canker sores or angular cheilitis, that Freddd talks about? If it's canker sores I've gotten rid of them with either folate or potassium. I had cankers last week and took an extra folate pill, they were gone in a couple of hours. You could try one or the other or both and see if that helps. Good luck. Sores in the mouth are never fun.
     
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    Hi Brenda;

    I get canker sores from too much folate, but I may be weird. I have to take alot of B12, ( both Hydroxo and Methyl), to keep them away.
     
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    brenda Senior Member

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    Hi

    I guess they are canker sores, one inside my cheek, one just inside my lip and the gum is sore at one point. I have reacted badly to even a tiny amount of folate in the past. I guess I will try more folinic today first. I will also take potassium. thanks
     

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