originally posted by: JustJohnny
a reply to: rickymouse
Not at all.. multiple healthcare professionals reported that they were pretty sure the mother was faking it.. the system failed, but because the
mother knew how to fake it..
This list doesn’t only apply to the gypsy rose case..
1) all perpetrators with have medical schooling or use the net to research the illnesses they are faking..
This case the mother even had a nursing degree..
2) they Dr. shop and are super calculating to fool them..
3) all dr.s rely on the parents to be accurate historians..
Some people do research things to find some disease they might have then they create extra symptoms to match the disease. That is not uncommon, I
know people who do. The thing is that people do not understand that a lot of diseases share symptoms, a lot of deficiencies can lead to diseases, and
also if you eat food you can not metabolize properly because of inadequate amounts of enzymes, you can cause a disease to perpetuate.
Many medicines adjust enzymes, I have studied many of those. I do have a shortage of some enzymes which I discovered because of serious side effects
of meds I was taking long term. I had an inkling, but nothing substantual. So I started researching and found that adjusting my diet could keep the
symptoms at bay, I also got my genetics done and loaded the info into a gene app and verified what the problem was. The thing is genetics alone is
not a good diagnosis. It is hard to properly identify things because often the people do not eat the foods that trigger the problem from inadequate
enzymes. I feel that our nutrition experts are going to make more people sick than they will help by telling them to eat more of some foods.
I have like fifteen reds in my methylation cycle, what does that mean? I cannot eat a lot of foods containing nitrogen compounds because nitrates
cause methyl to turn to ammonia in the blood. It is a genetic trait, far northern Europeans have evolved through ancestral diet to not squander
nitrates, they did not have access to green veggies year round so conserve and store them more, which can cause metabolic issues if they eat too much.
Same goes for hot sauce, it cancels out the methylation, good for overmethylators, but bad for undermethylators.
I have a lot of gene corrections though, so If you crave something you eat it and when you do not crave it, you don't eat it. I lost my automatic
with the epilepsy, so now I am forced to learn it. On top of that, age plays a factor in enzymes, so diet has to be relearned in the three to four
metabolic turning points, I cannot eat what I did when younger, and I cannot eat what I used to eat when I worked hard and sweat everything out. I
could eat more variety if I actually took a sauna a few times a week, like my ancestors did. My grandfather was out picking strawberries and potatoes
in the fields till he was eighty six, then after never ever going to a doctor, he died in his sleep one night. He could carry around bushel bags of
potatoes for hours. But he liked the sauna and liked sweating in the fields.
I have tachychardia, am hypovolemic, need lots of salt, and tend to suffer often from Hypoglycemia, that is one condition and I inherited it from my
fathers side of the family. Which is the actual problem, since they are all found in Tachychardia I feel they are part of that. I do get very low
blood pressure issues occasionally, way more than just shakes now from the reactive hypoglycemic episodes, I get orthostatic hypotension which I can
stem just by quickly drinking a glass of water if I get it in time. It is all related to the problem that I have always peed a lot, I will pee out
five cups of coffee when I drink three. Same used to happen when I used to drink, and I got the headspins many nights when drinking, never knew why,
I assumed it was normal for people to not be able to get out of bed like that, it is not normal, it is hypovolemia.
So what do I do, I carry around water or a mountain dew when I do stuff, it stops it. My doctor listens and said I should eat more salt, it does no
good, I just pee out more salt. I could eat sugar I suppose, that makes me retain the salt if appears, it does for everyone I guess, working in the
kidneys somehow. But I never have liked a lot of sugar, probably because two hours later I crash, once I start eating it I have to keep eating it
till I go sleep. Eating is a waste of productive time, I used to eat only one meal a day, supper, and carried nuts with me or reeses peanut butter
cups for the majority of my life.
Do I need a doctor to verify this again, no, my tachychardia is well noted in all my records, so is my hypoglycemia. My low sodium shows up
sometimes, at the bottom of the normal range in my blood even when I doon't fast, I checked the records I had collected, also some of the properties
of the meds they gave me were sodium channel blockers, those were the worst ones, I could not even get off the couch.
I just had the time to put all of this together, and that meant I had to test things on myself to see if it was pertinent. According to my DNA
gensets, I probably make way too much diuretic Hormone, I would rather find the way to naturally control it, I am listed on my medical records as
intolerant to diuretic hormones, the doctor marked it down years ago before I even knew about this stuff, She would not give me a refill, my edema
probably came from low sodium.
All just inconveniences, The only one I think is more than an inconvenience is my epilepsy. But because of my genetics, I can control the epilepsy
with diet, It is the same reason I was extremely intolerant to the meds to treat it, I lack adequate enzymes to detox the meds and the foods that the
medicine origination is based off of. Scientists did not blindly create drugs, they observed how foods effected people and researched the food
chemistry to find how they helped. I hack pharmaceutical science quite a bit and read lots of research.
The problem is that I cannot experience the results of how foods can effect some people who have different enzymes than I do, I cannot even fathom
what an overmethylator would feel like for sure. I have a lot of my relatives genetic data to work with, some have less methylation inhibition than I
do, so I observe their behavior. Trouble is, my daughters kids have a father who is hispanic, actually from guatamala, his genetics is way different,
their kids do not have all the protective genes I or my daughter have, I do not know how to evaluate it, they will just need to learn how to eat on
their own I guess, side effects of diet get way worse when genetics are far off.