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Mar 14, 2017 · Long-term depression in Depression & Anxiety

Thank you & you are right. That was 26 years,ago & we are still friends today. I'm very blessed.It's a,win-win about your friend and the soup she makes. I'm always tempted, also, to make a lot of soup. It's so fun to make, smells so good cooking, and just as easy to make more as less. So I also am glad to find friends who will eat it all up! Hate to waist. My grown kids invite their friends over and they help finish it off sometimes. Point is, we soup makers appreciate you as much as you do us!Consider her paid back already.(Yet if you still want to be generous to others, just to do it not because you OWE it, I won't stop you.Lol.

Mar 10, 2017 · Long-term depression in Depression & Anxiety

Just to add an example. When my daughter was fatally sick I turned down offers for food as I lacked appetite. When my friend showed up carrying a pizza, I ate for the first time. At first I didnt want to hurt her feelings, but after a few bites I was eating again. It helps to be proactive and assume what we may do.Also, when I was able to go home for a weekend, neighbors took it upon themselves to clean my house, and heat it so it was warm when I arrived. Still, if others dont do these things, dont be afraid to assign people things you think of. After all, they did ask.

Mar 10, 2017 · Relentless bile reflux / pain in Digestive Health

I am in pain for you as I remember this saga well. (First, I'd suggest you look up Pancreatic insufficiency because your yellowish stools and location of pain could match that diagnoses). What worked for me is to first, treat the stress best you can, using meds if need be. Then, try to identify foods you have trouble handling and avoid them. I also took digestive enzymes with meals.I suspect food intolerance to be at the root of this, so be a detective. It could be lactose, could be wheat or grain, cold be gluten, you need to find out. Probiotics either pill or yogurt can also help. In fact in my case were the thing that helped the most. Hope you feel better.

Mar 10, 2017 · tongue problems in Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT)

Nystatin may or may not act as a "sendoff," but if this is caused by yeast what will fix it is less sugar, less processed foods, and probiotics. That can take time, unfortunately. Yet in my case, I did find immediate relief from the B12, so,  hope you do also. I found one that is a liquid, and also has B2 andB6 (Walmart–Spring V or something like that) and was $5.99 for 2 mths, so, cheap. I should mention that during this same period I would swish mouthwash, and or red wine, in my mouth for a minute or so with each sip.  Something helped it so why not try all, I'm thinkin. Hoping helps. keep me posted.

Mar 8, 2017 · tongue problems in Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT)

Personally, I am a vegetarian who also has to take omeprazole. So I lacked the stomach acid to assimilate the B12, especially in a multi. that's why I think I had this problem. I'm not a physician, but I took the B12 complex and was better in a few weeks, using the under the tongue liquid type at 2000mcg then, 1000mcg.

Mar 8, 2017 · tongue problems in Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT)

This problem is only a memory for me, yet was only a few months ago. I heard testimonies on a vitamin site about the B12. So I got it, being as it was only $5.00 a bottle for liquid B complex at Walmart, so no loose. I put it under tongue for one minute, then also put right on any irritated spots, however ( i meant over 1,000 mcg (NOT MG. that was a really BAD spellcheck)! B12 deficiency shows up in blood tests but no need to wait because you’ll know by if it helps. I used a mouthwash and brushed teeth with equal amounts baking soda & peroxide (or just buy the toothpaste) and used this also on my tongue with a brush. The main thing is to use whatever germ & fungal protection you can orally. Then I altered diet to avoid yeast, prebiotics, probiotics, and avoidance of processed foods, especially baked goods and sugars. (Nystatin is an anti-fungal medicine that works as a sendoff to a healthy diet, however you would need an enlightened physician willing to prescribe it). Im not a doctor, but this was awful. i threw together this plan based on my orthomolecular visit in the past, and thankfully it worked__so hope it works for you also!

Mar 6, 2017 · tongue problems in Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT)

Please read the book “the Yeast Connection” and follow the advice herein. I had this problem, with a lot of other problems as well that doctors couldn’t guess about. I was assessed at an orthomolecular medicine clinic in NY and found to have a problem with chronic yeast overgrowth. I also had a B12 deficiency that also plays a part. My personal advice to you and to all who answered is to take liquid B Complex with 1000+mg B12. Can even buy cheaply at the grocery store. Put it under the tongue and if any irritation, put it on the tongue also. Next, watch diet and restrict sugar, and particularly yeasted bread.
Use the tongue brush anyway. Most importantly take a high quality 10+billion probiotic supplement and/or a really good yogurt culture.
Let me know how you do. All this is over the counter advice.
If you also have poor digestion, allergy, fatigue, mood issues, weakened immune system, and weight gain right now, they will also improve. Promise.