Apparently my odor is worse than I thought. I didn't think it'd travel like that. A classmate commented it "smells like farts" in the corner I was sitting at. How. Annoying.
I was eating carelessly though. Thankfully I'm going grocery shopping tomorrow.
This was my first reaction ever from people who don't know me personally. I guess my first stranger reaction. This was really eye opening and embarrassing.
I took b2 and the odor was awful, strong as ever. I took b6 and the odor wasn't as sharp. A better way to describe, when I took b2 it was sulphur and now it just smells fecal. It's still fecal but it's less intense. It doesn't come out of my mouth when I talk as much now but it still comes out of my throat. How fun :-)
I took some maybe three or four days ago and I am still peeing bright yellow.
The sulphur smell is coming from the back of my throat, it happened to me a lot before. It was the candida, but I'm not sure why b2 made my candida almost revert. My scalp issue was gone yet my throat issue came back. I couldn't talk yesterday at work without it smelling like shit. If my head was tilted the wrong way then the smell would radiate from my throat. I had to fold my tongue to create a barrier to keep the smell down and it worked so that it wouldn't emit from my throat.
After realizing this, I supplemented with b6 and it's reduced dramatically. I'm never taking b2 again, lol. I thought stale breath and a mild case of sebhoerric dermatitis were the worst of my problems until I remembered the sulphuric smell from my throat that used to make my life hell. I've been taking b6 since last November and have had hardly any sulphur smell. As in none.
When I started taking b2, I had run out of b6. It helps a lot.
My pee is still bright yellow. I just want this vitamin out and gone!
ndiana1, I hope you’re doing well! I’m really happy to hear that your odor finally went away, I re...
ndiana1, I hope you're doing well! I'm really happy to hear that your odor finally went away, I really hope you can finally live your life to the fullest and get over the bad times you had with this terrible condition. Me personally, I have tried zinc and magnesium together but it didn't make any difference and also I started taking 300 mg of Ryboflavin vit b2) But I still have that acid/moldy/oniony/weed armpit and groin odor, It's disgusting, I can't even stand it!! I suffer from pcos as well, which is weird because I have normal periods, Just some little hair on my neck and nipples, and I'm kinda "underweight" I'm 5'8 and weight 118 lbs. I also got my thyroid checked about 3 times between 16 and 18 I'm now 21. The first and third test was normal, the second one showed hyperthiroidism (T3 and t4 high, Tsh low, low calcium) They referred me to an endocrynologist but I couldn't go :( So, you think it could be our hormones like thyroid or as we suffer from pcos, maybe it's high testosterone in our bodies that is making us smell? I thought mine was bacterial and I used hibiclens and clyndamicin topical antibiotic and fusidic acid but they only help like 10% to reduce the odor so maybe it's not bacteria in some of our cases. What is the name of the brand of niacin you took? I heard that niacin is kinda dangerous for the liver and brain but the ammount you take is safe under the 2 grams that are risky, how long did you spend taking these supplements? I'm thinking about going to an endocrynologist but I'm afraid to go you know I just hate going outside, I hate going to college and using the bus, I think it a lot before I go out, I'm afraid to go because is one of the best clinics yes I'm trying to go there because there are so MANY ignorant doctors here, and there are rich people and they're going to be bothered by my smell, and maybe they ban me from going there :( This is just a nightmare :(
I know what your all going through I have a suggestion,Don dickerman ministries they have a prayer...
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If you have a mercury Hg problem but NOT a lead problem and had amalgam fillings removed before de...
If you have a mercury Hg problem but NOT a lead problem and had Amalgam fillings removed before detox you should have gotten some gains in the first few months.
If you did not have Amalgam removed and you previously took lots of "detox" supplements--greens, NAC, cilantro, chlorella, then I would not expect many gains in the first 6 months. They move Hg around including helping to excrete some of it, but also moving some to more vulnerable sites in the body.
If a person has a lead problem, I don't expect many gains in the first 6 months. I mostly had/have a lead and cadmium problem. I spent most of the first 8 months wondering if I was just having a better than average week, then better than average month. There was nothing really impressive. It was not until around 10 months that it was clear gains were sticking.
By 1.75 yrs I had gotten the majority of my gains but have added a few less impressive ones in subsequent years.
I wish I could tell you if you are just a slow responder or that you don't have a heavy metal problem. it is tough to know what is going on in your brain, thyroid, adrenal and other organs most vulnerable to Hg--short of an autopsy : (
You could try a followup hair test to see if it shows something interesting. My prechelation hair, and urine tests were not impressive. However after 1 and 1.5 yrs the hair tests had toxins--lead or cadmium-- in the red, but the essential elements did not look crazy.
Do you feel a reaction to taking chelators and for a half day after the round-- maybe more lethargic, fatigue, fog, and an increase in some of your long-time symptoms? For example, some people will have an increase in their long-time tinnitus symptom while on round.
It has definitely been mortifying. Presenting yourself as a professional and having this problem w...
It has definitely been mortifying. Presenting yourself as a professional and having this problem was very very difficult. Especially being and adult and working with both my peers and youth and children. Imagine them smelling all that and I couldn't even begin to tell you what it was since I was nose blind to it. Other than what I have written, please read up on gluten and it's effect on the body and see if it's something you may want to eliminate from your diet and see the effect, just from a lay mans point of view. Wishing you all the best.
I don’t know if you are still referring to this post. Allow me to make a suggestion to you. Read u...
I don't know if you are still referring to this post. Allow me to make a suggestion to you. Read up on the effects of gluten and try eliminating any wheat and wheat based products from your diet and see how you feel. I realize everyone's situation is different but one has to try different things.I know that most peoples diets have a lot of wheat, read labels or use your own knowledge of food and avoid it. I'd say give it a minimum of 3 months and if any of your symptoms abate stick with it.Try to be as strict with yourself as possible. There is a large variety of foods so other than missing some things you won't go hungry. Wishing you the best.