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Consuelachacha
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I have obviously offended some of the dear people here on Lymenet.

I am going through a period of anger and rage. I have said some things that were inappropriate and hurt some feelings and I AM SO SORRY!!!!

This is the ONE place people can come for help, guidance, and understanding. I certainly did not mean to hurt anyone's feelings.

I am truly sorry. Please accept my apology.

I thank each and everyone of you that have been there for me from the very beginning.

I have learned more on this website than anywhere else I have searched.

God Bless You All!!!

To those of you that are new, keep coming back. There are a lot of people here that care and have been where you are right now.

Again, I'm sorry. Connie in St. Louis. [group hug]

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Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired!!

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mcg08002
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Dont worry! We still love ya ;-) !!!

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Stephanie, University Student.

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BoxerMom
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Oh, Geez. What's a little rage amongst friends?

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janet thomas
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We've all been there.

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I am not a doctor and this is not medical advice but only my personal experience and opinion.

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Marnie
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This is WHY anger happens:

http://www.hypoglycemia.asn.au/psychotherapy/anger_management.html

My son was put on LAMICTAL for seizures.

All of the anti-seizure drugs ***increase glucose*** and can cause weight gain and a fatty liver.

He gained 30 pounds AND as the dose was increased, it TRIGGERED seizures.

Coming OFF Lamictil -> anger for about 3 weeks.

It was awful.

Insulin resistance is not a good thing.

IL1B.

Insulin triggers PFK...the "rate limiting" enzyme for glycolysis. Bb is PFK dependent.

It should come as no surprise the body is trying to block insulin.

"Long-term treatment with interleukin-1beta induces insulin resistance in murine and human adipocytes."

EPA (omega 3) helps. It can reverse a fatty liver that happens with Depakote. EPA lowers TNFa and IL1B et al.

I believe it is important to get the inflammation DOWN AND hit Bb.

Like HIV...Bb may NEED inflammation to happen.

Sneaky mischief maker.

Insulin LOWERS blood glucose levels. We (and Bb) BOTH need a lot of glucose, but in a jam, WE can substitute ketones to make ATP.

P.S. We control his seizures with sublingual B6 now and when he is going out in the Florida heat, he has to take extra salt as he has a genetic problem "hanging onto sodium". It took us 30 years to figure it out. Low sodium levels are one of the seizure triggers. B6 helps control sodium levels...if that drops...up goes aldosterone which comes from cholesterol. His TOTAL cholesterol level (checked a couple of months ago) is 106. Needless to say...he needs to eat eggs. He does not have lyme.

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TerryK
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I had a lot of anger and irritability prior to finding out that I had sleep apnea. It went away with treatment. For me, lyme was not the culprit unless lyme caused sleep apnea which is of course possible.

I've also had reactive hypoglycemia and I noticed that if I went more than 3-4 hours without eating I would feel cranky.

Marnie - sorry for your son's troubles. Take a look at the BSP 201 thread for an anit-inflammation product that looks very promising.

Terry
I'm not a doctor

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Consuelachacha
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Thank you all for understanding.

I am not going to post for awhile.

Thank you again!

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Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired!!

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LightAtTheEnd
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Hang in there, Connie! I hope it gets better soon.

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Don't forget to laugh! And when you're going through hell, keep going!

Bitten 5/25/2009 in Perry County, Indiana. Diagnosed by LLMD 12/2/2009.

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nefferdun
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Don't turn it inward on yourself. We all get angry as *&%$# and it just comes out. I have had a really bad day myself.

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old joke: idiopathic means the patient is pathological and the the doctor is an idiot

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Pinelady
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Full Moon guys. Most that go through this don't even remember them worst days so your in luck, at least you know whats going on!!!

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unable to identify.Igenex Jan.09IFA titer 1:40 IND
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