Celexa detox and cleansingI am 42 years old and was put on Celexa (20mg) 2.5 years ago. I had been moody and irritable following an attempt to get pregnant through IVF using our frozen embryo's. My doctor felt that my body's hormonal system had gone back to it's own equilibrium following all of the synthetic hormones I had been put on to prepare my body for the embryos. The celexa worked wonderfully with no side effects. I have been on them ever since.
Approx. 10 days ago following a couple of years of chronic broncchitis and pneumonioa, I finally went to see a naturopath. I felt that my 4 year old son and I could no longer afford these bronchial infections and 6-7 doses of anti-biotics a year (each). My diagnosis: My body is toxic - all of those synthetic hormones used to get me pregnant (approx $4000.00 worth) are likely still in my body, affecting my adrenal glands, liver and kidneys. In addition, the 2-3 glasses of wine I was drinking daily were not helping. Together, we decided that I would need a serious detox: I would cut down to 10mg day of celexa; cut out the alcohol; take wheat, corn, eggs, dairy and peanuts out of my diet (our entire family is O-neg blood) to reduce the over-production of Phlegm in my sinuses and bronchiols; take Chromium twice a day and UNDA 1, 14, 20 and 258 3 times a day. I'm doing it all, but my headaches are getting worse, and I'm getting more and more lethargic. I can't help but feel that my naturopath has me doing too much too soon and It's really getting me down. Please, please, I'm feeling all alone here. My 4 year old son and I need to know that we are doing all the right things.
prince on 2005-10-07
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