Case Study Overmethylation and Undermethylation: I hear it a few times a week while working with clients and guiding various doctors.
This story is full of so much simultaneous bad and good luck, it might blow your mind. My husband stuck with me through my whole IBS battle, never understanding my pain because of his own iron stomach.
On December 21, my husband was riding his bike home from work. The pain medication and antibiotics he was given during his recovery actually created more long term damage to his health than the accident.
While he was on his medication powerful, pain-fighting Non Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs he became extremely constipated. This is normal and the constipation passed once he got off his pain meds. My husband returned to his demanding job a month after his accident, but after about 6 months, he started having chronic diarrhea.
When the diarrhea began, he was transitioning from his old job to a new one. He also began a demanding, year-long life coach training at the same time.
He was stressed and overwhelmed with all the challenge and transition. Because of this, I chalked up his chronic diarrhea to stress overload. He had no history of digestive issues or any other telltale sign or symptoms so I assumed it was a reaction to stress.
He was also tired frequently, but considering his schedule that was no surprise. I thought his diarrhea would pass as he settled into his new routine. Six months later, I was in the midst of starting my business. I too was stressed and overwhelmed and it took me a little while to process what was going on.
At the same time I started reading a lot about intestinal permeability aka: The third cause is a diet that is full of sugar, processed chemicals and pesticides.
Luckily, his diet was pretty good. The most common symptom of leaky gut is food allergies. I put him on a gluten and dairy elimination diet. He was devastated about giving up his favorite foods, but I told him he could enjoy them again after he was healed.
The leaky gut suspicion was totally confirmed after his recent over reaction to a spider bite. And looking back at it I saw all the subtle signs. The occasional head aches, upset stomachs and all the colds he caught this winter. But, my husband was in luck.
I knew exactly how to heal him.Medication Errors Case Studies Primary Care Physician Does Not Examine Patient; Prescribes Meds which Cause Death On February 5, a 26 year old mother of three, presented to the office of her family physician, with complaints of continued nausea and a history that she had vomited throughout the previous day.
A case of look-alike medication errors. Hetal D. Shah and Megha Shah 1 accounting for 41% of fatal medication errors. Giving the wrong drug and using the wrong route of administration each accounted for 16% of the errors.
Almost half of the fatal medication errors occurred in people over the age of and the large volume of. I am going to share with you a classic situation which happens all the time.
I hear it a few times a week while working with clients and guiding various doctors. This case study shows how fast methylation can become imbalanced – and how fast it can be rebalanced. It also shows how sensitive methylation [ ].
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I have had 3 major back surgeries. with numerous rods and metal plates inside my body. after numerous pain doctors. changing due to insurance, I decided to have a pain pump inserted into my back.
getting sicker and sicker my doctor diagnosed that my body was rejecting the pump. Permalink. So I am 48 and my cholesterol has been “high” (around ) for years. Both grandfathers died of a heart attack, and my father had triple bypass surgery at around 65 years old.