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9/24/09 11:24 A

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hey dras!

I haven't heard about taking vitamin Bs separate from Omega 3's. Whats the interaction?

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9/23/09 4:47 P

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also omega 3 fatty acids help,but they have to be taken 2-3 hrs apart if taken with b complex.

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9/23/09 10:57 A

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I have been complaining for years that parts of me are freezing cold, but other places are hot! I thought it was just me! I have started taking vitamins regularly and am finding I am warmer than before.

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9/23/09 9:22 A

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i think you must take B complex vitamins supplements regularly.this looks like a vitamin deficiency.possibly due to dieting and excessive exercise with decreased intake of health foods.also remember vitamins have to be taken regularly and its only after a month or so that you will be able to see results.

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i think you must take B complex vitamins supplements regularly.this looks like a vitamin deficiency.possibly due to dieting and excessive exercise with decreased intake of health foods.also remember vitamins have to be taken regularly and its only after a month or so that you will be able to see results.

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9/23/09 12:17 A

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I have heard of it and the dr. that I work with says to take a small dixi cup and fill it with water and freeze it and rub it on both sides for about 15 minutes then take yoiur fingers and rub downward a long the shin it may hurt a little emoticon

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9/22/09 11:31 P

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Wow, that is bizarre! When I first read it, I thought it was a typo.

I get something weird on my right leg, but on the opposite side of my shin. Some days I have it, other days I don't. It comes and goes. Just tried it a moment ago and I've got it today.

If I run my finger up my achilles tendon...the tendon that connects the calf to the heel... and onto the back of my calf, its like an electrical shock is following the pressure of my finger. It stops once I get to the meaty part of my calf.

Don't have that issue with my left achilles.
Go figure! LOL

If anyone knows what THATs about, do tell!

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SO weird!!!! I have this, too. Left shin, sporadically. I thought I was nuts. I assumed it was a nerve misfiring thing. My dad has peripheral nerve issues.

It will be interesting to see if anyone has any personal diagnostic experience.

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OH, by the way my doc. took me off Armour yesterday and now has me taking Cytomel (25mcg) and Levothyroxine (50mg). She said my thyroid was still a little low- so she thought it best to switch.

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9/22/09 10:19 P

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has anyone experiences hot flashes on you shins? I had this experience for the first time today on my left shin, (about 5 times tonight). I have researched the NET, but the only thing I can find is that it may ne a thyroid or nerve issue. Any thoughts?

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