Overweight? Maybe more than Diet & Exercise? *
What 2-butoxyethanol causes I looked into the harm of 2-butoxyethanol because someone in my family was harmed by it
Check more in hormones & immune system
"Autoimmune Addison's disease is characterized by chronic and insufficient functioning of the outer layer of the adrenal gland. The adrenal glands are located atop each kidney and produce vital glucocorticoid hormones. Because of this chronic under-functioning of the adrenal glands, persons with Addison's disease have a deficiency in the production of glucocorticoid hormones. Glucocorticoid hormones are involved in how the body utilizes and stores carbohydrates, protein, fat and blood sugar. "
I suspect this AUTOIMMUNE DYSFUNCTION is more common that realized. How do you get doctors to check for hormonal levels of your glands ... and whether or not the immune system is overactive (as in autoimmune) vs under active (as in nearly burned out)?
I've been looking for what to check out, because with the EGBE chemical exposure that is very common, it goes undetected until a 2ndary ailment - gets the 'blame'
And check this for THE FATIGUE
It's all part of the same 'picture'
Check some of these extra things
Is the fatigue Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia ... that fools the first blood info doctors gather?
it definitely makes you stop and think.
So much of this information relates to me: I lost my gallbladder in 2000, have had kidney stones, am type 2 diabetic, suffer migraines, depression, unexplained twitches, chronic pain in abdomen, and joints that they can't or won't find an explanation for....
BUT, even if I took all of this
information into the doctor, I can tell you the look I would get and the
Should I submit to their brilliant idea
of gastric bypass surgery, when my abdomen has been opened so many times
I have no muscle strength within it? Should I spend money for something
that may or may not work, and could kill me or seriously disabilitates
me? I don't think so, and yet I can't help question the idea.
Location: Oshkosh, WI
And do you have fatigue?
... and the assorted symptoms of the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (whether diagnosed or not?)
Yes, I know the look you will get. But doctors don't offer much hope for many of the ailments they treat ... or shall we say, the symptoms they suppress with drugs.
Someday soon, I hope, the doctors may start taking a serious look at a chemical that could be the cause of many of the things we are talking about.
Sounds like you have enough of the pattern to ask for more info, next time you go to the doctor. (Don't expect the doc to think of these things ... or know what they mean)
If you have fatigue, when did it start ... ? the fatigue that rest doesn't help with? What did your parents do for work? Did you have a relative who was in WWII forces?
Personally, I'm not going to take glucophage to stop my liver from making sugar as a solution to Type 2 diabetes. And I do believe that there will be help with glyconutrients
Also note the conversations of some of the doctors on this topic
Ah, yes, if we could just get doctors interested. They are the missing link. Research is done on what this chemical does, but doctors don't recognize it.
|Do I have fatigue??????????????????
Ah yes!!!! I know it is not a joking matter. I have
spent since 2000 in and out of doctors, fighting them, taking tests,
being cut open, being told I'm fat and to deal with it.
My father is a Vietnam vet, both of my grandfathers were WWII vets. My parents worked in a factory and mental health facility when I was very young. Were house parents for a group home from age 9 through adulthood. My father is an alcoholic and smoker. My mother is bipolar and obsessive compulsive.
We can fight and fight, and I agree we have to educate, but regardless, in some places we just won't get the results needed. With the HMO's of today, one is lucky if they have the same doctor for more than a year. Gone are the days of family doctors that know you all. And while family practitioners are an excellent thing, they also can't handle all things ... both my husband and I have been told we must see an internal medicine doctor.
Most likely - Not your fault
OK, then, you can find this fatigue.
Make you 'request list' and get some extra things checked ... and the doctors will find it: small red blood cells, most likely ... overactive immune system ... trace blood in urine ... just ask them to do the test to look for autoimmune hemolytic anemia.
But I think you would have to have your own direct exposure to have this fundamental thing going on.
I must share, that I believe the Vietnam vet and many in WWII who were health affected, would be from this chemical in rocket propellants & in the mix of the dioxin mix ... I suspect it was the n-butyl ethers, not dioxin that harmed our Vietnam vet
This is a teratogen chemical ... so the children of these, are at risk for singular health effects that this chemical causes ... and then we can get our own direct exposures very easily.
I suggest you get copies of all your blood and urinalysis info. And see what is 'normal' for you. Be looking for some of these things
Is there Help? Consider Glyconutrients
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Dr. William Rea - Texas
Dr Rea's Clinic comments, "We feel ozone therapy is very risky as it produces free radicals which can cause cellular damage. We use nutrients, CoQ10, B vitamins and Taurine. We also add Phosphatidyl Choline and Serine to IV therapy." We are willing to do a trial with 2-butoxyethanol exposures
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