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"During the past year we have had occasion to see 24 patients with normal menstrual cycles, but who, following the use of synthetic progestational agents (The Pill), had one or more of the following conditions as their chief complaint: irregular menses, amenorrhea, and infertility." Communication with other clinics indicates that there are hundreds of such cases that are unreported. "Let's Be Honest About The Pill" and inform nulliparous women, and those with only one living child of the possibility of being relatively infertile for undeterminate periods of time following discontinuation of oral contraceptives." - JAMA 195:780-782, Feb. 28,1966.

Dermatologic: alopecia, urticaria, skin rashes, toxic epidermal necrolysis, erythema multiforme, erythema nodosum, fixed drug eruption, lichen planus, pustular reaction, systemic lupus erythematoses, bullous reactions, including Stevens-Johnson syndrome, photosensitive dermatitis, photosensitivity reactions, including rare cases resembling porphyria cutanea tarda (pseudoporphyria) or epidermolysis bullosa. If skin fragility, blistering or other symptoms suggestive of pseudoporphyria occur, treatment should be discontinued and the patient monitored.

I have been using latisse for over a year and it was great for atleast 9 months. My eyelashes got so thick and long. Everyone commented on them. Now all my long lashes have almost all fallen out and the lashes left are short and thin and seem to come out easily too. I have gaps and am wondering if new ones will come in. I will stop using it now. Why doesn’t the company tell you this. I suspect they knew it only worked for a certain period of time. The body must get used to the drug and get rebound of some type. It is very depressing.

Thank you Dr. Lynch, This discussion is very helpful about when to back off, and how to prepare the body to respond the best before adding methylfolate. My son could not tolerate much methylfolate to begin with, so we backed off, added some of your optimal turmeric and optimal start for about 3 weeks, and then proceeded to start with the methylfolate and add slowly from there. He is on about to 3mgs currently. We would love to able to recommend to him a multivitamin, but I am concerned about giving him your multi because it combines niacin and methylfolate. Doesn’t that pose a problem together? Won’t the niacin cancel out the methylfolate in the vitamin as well as the excess methylfolate he already takes? What are your thoughts about this, and can you recommend what to do? Obviously, our son is getting niacin in his diet already, as well, but he really needs a multi. Thanks

Post side effects of steroids

post side effects of steroids

Thank you Dr. Lynch, This discussion is very helpful about when to back off, and how to prepare the body to respond the best before adding methylfolate. My son could not tolerate much methylfolate to begin with, so we backed off, added some of your optimal turmeric and optimal start for about 3 weeks, and then proceeded to start with the methylfolate and add slowly from there. He is on about to 3mgs currently. We would love to able to recommend to him a multivitamin, but I am concerned about giving him your multi because it combines niacin and methylfolate. Doesn’t that pose a problem together? Won’t the niacin cancel out the methylfolate in the vitamin as well as the excess methylfolate he already takes? What are your thoughts about this, and can you recommend what to do? Obviously, our son is getting niacin in his diet already, as well, but he really needs a multi. Thanks

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