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oh and we are waiting for the heavy metals test results too. No stone unturned.

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Jan,

I would strongly recommend you get tested for gluten intolerance. This is an insidious condition which masquerades as over 300 symptoms and medical conditions. Google it, because there’s far more to it than I can say here. I have to say though, that gluten intolerance tests are notoriously unreliable. A small intestinal biospy might show a negative result, but if the damage in your gut is patchy, it could easily be missed. Gluten is making us all sick but sadly it will take decades before enough people recognise it. I noly discovered that I am gluten intolerant in my late 50s and have a stack of medical conditions I need never have had to suffer from if only I’d known about GI. I’m not sure if links are allowed in here, but hopefully the ones I’m putting in will be.

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Ernie says

Dr. Kresser;

I was told about 4 months ago I had a severe B12 deficiency and was give a prescription to start B12 injections right away. My diagnosis so far is thrombocytopenia and will get retested in a few weeks and results soon to follow. What do they mean by nerological and mental problems due to the B12 deficiency? Also, I have been having pain in my right leg just below the knee and it feels like bone pain and my veins are popping more frequently… can this be related to thrombocytopenia? Ernie

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B12/folate deficiency is a potential cause of thrombocytopenia, but also of neurological and cognitive problems because of the role B12 plays in the central nervous system. Yes, your leg symptoms sound like they may be related.

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I, unfortuately, am a prime example of a person who has been a victim of B12 misdiagnosis. I was diagnosed with MS and the Dr. had a level in front of him for me of 261. The next year, the level shows at 232, for some reason, there is not a reading for the next year, but Dec of 2010, which is the fourth one, my level had dropped to 151, and a new Dr. replaced the orig Dr. at the clinic I attend. She immed. caught this. By this time, I have lost all feeling in my feet and hands, all of my reflexes are gone, knees, elbows etc, my cognitive processes, awful and intimate life is shot. I lost my career as a finan. planner, my life may very well be forever changed as this. I gave myself B12 injects every day for one week, once a week now for a mo, and will go to monthly I assume for life. My symptoms, thus far, have gotten worse. I am in immense pain. I understand it may be 3-6 mos before I will know if this will turn around my symptoms, but I do not have a good feeling. I have severe gastro issues, have been hospitalized twice during this dance passing blood. It is like no one talked to anyone else. They are doing a full work up with a colonoscopy and endocopy in two weeks, but damn it all, I begged to find out why I was stricken with ischemic colitis suddenly at 54. No one cared. I never knew about the B12. Even though the Dr who left was testing me for it, when I got copies of my blood, it was on a seperate form and not provided, but with our system showing normal ranges of 200-900, it would not have raised a flag. That needs to be changed. I am just lost now. I am 59, lost all my securities licenses, am awaiting the results of a lumbar punch to rule out MS totally, and see what my job’s disability insurance will do. I am set to lose everything.

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Because GSK3 plays critical roles in diverse signals, including those activated by insulin, mitogenic growth factors, Wnts, Hedgehog, and cytokines, GSK3 activity can link the regulation of cyclin E and thus G 1 progression to different signaling pathways. For example, GSK3 is regulated by the phosphoinositide 3 kinase (PI3K)–AKT pathway, which allows a major mitogen signaling pathway ( Trousers Its for you blue Ringella CG57bO
) to couple cell growth to G 1 regulation. Transgenic expression of mutant cyclin E (T380A) in mammary glands causes more widespread hyperplasia than that of wild-type cyclin E and promotes p53 loss of heterozygosity and tumorigenesis ( Smith et al. 2006 ). Knock-in mutations that ablate both T62 and T380 result in disruption of cyclin E periodicity, increased cyclin E activity, and abnormal proliferation in multiple cell types ( Minella et al. 2008 ).

Studies of Fbw7 -mutant mice and loss-of-function mutations of FBW7 in human cancer support a role for SCF-FBW7 in negative regulation of cell proliferation by targeting cyclin E, as well as Myc, Notch, and Jun ( Welcker and Clurman 2008 ). Mitogen signaling can also influence the activity of FBW7 itself. In mammalian cells, activated Ras increases cyclin E levels by inhibiting binding of cyclin E to FBW7 ( Welcker and Clurman 2008 ), and Notch and Hedgehog signaling suppresses cyclin E accumulation by inducing FBW7 expression in Drosophila eye imaginal discs ( Emilio Pucci Woman Gathered Floralprint Silksatin Maxi Dress Multicolor Size 40 Emilio Pucci xMyDN
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