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Smerrill
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Can taking Byron White A-L drops be causing severe lower back pain about waist level.? I am up to about 10 drops and that is my main complaint. Otherwise, feel okay although a little flustered at times completing or doing things. ( have been diagnosed with ADD since 1996- and clearly had since a child so not something that appeared after lyme)
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Carol in PA
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I had awful back pain when I took Resveratrol, a potent antioxidant.
It was my kidneys.

I stopped the supplement and the pain stopped, so I figured it was due to that.
Then I took one dose and the pain came back.


Diagram of the Position of the Kidneys
as seen from the back.

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Nice picture Carol! :) I've always wondered where my organs were (seriously).

Smerrill, does it stop if you back down on your drops (good place to start)?

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I have heard Byron White interviewed and he says if you start to feel too much discomfort that it is best to back down on the drops to see if the symptoms subside

You may just have gone beyond the dosage that your body can handle at this time. Best way to find out is to either stop for a couple days or cut down to a more comfortable dose

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