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Supplement /PrescriptionDoseReason for takingComments
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T3 Thyroid72 mcgequivocal hypothyroidProbably doesn't "treat" the condition, but unquestionably makes me feel better
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Testosterone2cc 3x/weekequivocal low testosterone(same as above)
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Chrysin200 mgprevents testosterone from converting to dihydrotestosteroneI dislike having to take meds to control other meds, but both Dr. M and Dr. W say chrysin is a necessity if I am going to take supplemental testosterone
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Vitamin D35,000 IUlow D3 on blood testDr. M states this is important to continue taking, but reduce dose from 10,000 to 5,000 IU
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Probiotics2x / daygut health / immunityDr. M recommended to double the dose (4x per day) whenever I'm starting to get sick. "Probiotics are very safe, even at high doses." I continue to rotate among four brands of probiotics, per recommendations of Yasko and others
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Equilibrant6 tabsImmune modulation
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ImmunoStim6 capsImmune modulation
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All in One Multivitamin / mineralvariousGeneral vitamin and mineral supportI've never noticed a difference with or without multi-vitamins. It is only ranked this high because it is generally recommended in most protocols and not controversial. Low risk
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DHA/EPA500/700 mgAnti-inflammation, cell integrity
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D-Ribose5 gramsEnergy / muscle support
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Magnesium400 mgATP cycle, pain
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Coenzyme Q10100 mgEnergy / methylation / ATP / AntioxidantDr. M says she recommends 400 mg/day, BUT my genetic results suggest I do not handle methyl donors well
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Milk Thistle1000 mgGilbert's (excess bilirubin); protect liver from other supplementsNo doctor ever recommended this, BUT clear improvement can been seen on blood tests while on milk thistle. This supplement brings bilirubin within normal range.
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B Complex with Metafolin L-5-MTHFVariousEnergy / methylationThe small amount of methyl-B12 in this (400 mcg) seems to be about as much as I can take without adverse reactions
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Valacyclovir1 gram 2x/dayPrevent replication of HHV-6 and possibly also EBV (probably not)Titers for HHV-6 and EBV were slightly elevated, but in a range that some consider equivocal. Dr. M states that she believes Valacyclovir is ineffective for ME/CFS patients. Dr. C agrees. Dr. W said it can be helpful. I have never noticed a clear difference on or off of it.
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PS Complex1 cap"short route" methylation supplementI can't decide if this was helpful or not. I keep vacillating on that question.
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Potassium297 mgSupposedly methylation protocols rob body of potassiumI am no longer doing any serious experimenting with vitamin B12, so this is probably one of the first supplements to go. Dr. M sees no reason for me to continue taking it
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Ora Kidney435 mgKidney supportThis is another Yasko supplement that I'm not sure ever helped. I continued to take it merely because I have on-and-off kidney-area pain
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