wow sounds annoying. she probably didn't like omega 3-6-9 because it's adding omega 6 inputs and societally we're already overloaded on that one.
turmeric yeah, it's antioxidant but you can do it in food (if you like curry!)
how much vitd3 are you taking daily? do you get tested, and if so, how are your levels responding to your regimen?
fyi i went looking for possible nutrient depletion impacts of lyrica and amitriptyline:
"The conversion of riboflavin into its active coenzyme form is inhibited by
thyroid and adrenal insufficiency; psychotropic drugs such as amitriptyline
, chemotherapeutic drugs, and anti-malarial drugs."
Cardiac sensitivity to the inhibitory effects of chlorpromazine, imipramine and amitriptyline upon formation of flavins
Chlorpromazine, imipramine and amitriptyline, drugs structurally related to riboflavin, each inhibited the formation in vivo of flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) from riboflavin in rat heart at 2-5 mg/kg body weight, doses comparable on a weight basis to those used clinically. All three drugs inhibited FAD formation in heart within 5 hr after a single dose of 25 mg/kg. Chlorpromazine under these conditions also inhibited FAD formation in liver, cerebrum and cerebellum. A series of psychoactive agents structurally unrelated to riboflavin did not inhibit flavin formation in the organs tested. These findings indicate that the inhibitory effects of the drugs studied have organ specificity with respect to FAD formation
Fibromyalgia/fibro painhttp://en.allexperts.com/q/Fibromyalgia ... pain-1.htm
"Anyway, I saw my MD 2 weeks ago, she started me on Lyrica at a very low dose. Since then I have increased muscle pain, and unsure what to do. My dr really does not have a lot of experience with Fibro. I want to call for her to increase my dosage, but I'm also wondering if the Lyrica could be to blame for my increased pain! Prior to going on Lyrica I did not have this level of pain.
my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com