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Experiences on supplementing homones?

Hi,

After reading various studies, indication a link between hormone levels and the dissease course of MS decided to get my hormon levels tested.

My results are:
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Estradiol: 14,9pg/ml Norm: 11,6 - 41,2
Testosteron: 5,4ng/ml Norm: 4,0 - 9,0
DHEA-S: 206,0mcg/ml Opt: 250 - 400

My GP said, if I wanted to he would subscribe testosteron and estradiol gels to get my values to the upper norm levels.
I'm not sure yet, but basicly ...
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Hormone Study - understanding/translation problem

Hi,

could someome please help me to understand the results of that study, I think I have problems with the translation:

Link PubMed

RESULTS: Serum testosterone was significantly lower in women with MS than in controls. The lowest levels were found in women with a greater number of gadolinium enhancing lesions. A positive correlation was observed between testosterone concentrations and both tissue damage on MRI and clinical disability.
In men, there was a positive ...
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I like monkeys

I like monkeys, but this research looks very interesting and it gives the poor old mice a day off.

Ian

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/6742163.stm
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Interview with Dr. Marcia Angell

Dr. Marcia Angell, senior lecturer at the Harvard Medical School and former editor of The New England Journal of Medicine and author of the book The Truth About The Drug Companies, How They Deceive Us And What To Do About It reviewed on ThisIsMS here, was recently interviewed on NPR's Radio Open Source. You can find a discussion about the interview here and listen to an MP3 recording of the interview here.

NHE
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Autoantibodies as predictors of disease:

I found this when going through "Autoimmunity Reviews" and, although not specific to MS, hopefully it is of interest.
Bob

Autoantibodies as predictors of disease: The clinical and experimental evidence

Nicola BizzaroCorresponding Author Contact Information, a, E-mail The Corresponding Author
aLaboratorio di Patologia Clinica, Ospedale Civile, via Morgagni, 18, 33028 Tolmezzo, Italy

Available online 30 January 2007.



Abstract

Several studies have shown that autoimmune diseases are preceded by a long pre-clinical phase, and that many ...
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Anyone else on FTY720?

Hello
I have been on FTY for 6 months. Have had very good success but one big concern. I am getting these spots on my eyes or floaters. I know i never had them so bad or at all before but my Neuro insists it is irrelevant and nothing to be concerned about. I'm not so sure.
Anyone else on it and noticed anything like this?
Thanks for your thoughts
Travis
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vertigo

Okay, another new symptom has appeared and it is incredibily annoying. I have experienced what I now think is classified as vertigo. I originally described the feeling as "spacey" or the feeling you get with having had one too many glasses of wine without the benefit of having the wine! But I went to the mountains of North Carolina this past weekend and the feeling was much much more pronounced. So then I thought altitude ...
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Lowering Insulin

Here is another article for you, lyndacarol.

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/medical ... wsid=73284


Medical News Today
Hormone Found In Liver Helps To Induce Ketosis, The Unique Metabolic State Brought About By Low-Carbohydrate Diets
11 Jun 2007

Over the past several years, animal studies have shown that high-fat, low-carbohydrate "ketogenic" diets cause
demonstrable changes in metabolism and subsequent weight loss. Now, researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical
Center (BIDMC) have identified a key ...
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