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geee,this board is really quiet lately.i was at the depression forum today,and ask,how to deleat a post.a very nice person told me,and guess what?right above the post area was an options list with the word"DELEAT"right there.boy did i feel stupid.then when i thought about it,i do that sort of thing all the time.its very embarassing is this part of fibro fog ya think?
 

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Hi Denny:Yes, there are days when I can't add 2+2 then there are other days when the mind is sharp. Can't figure it out, but I know it's the fibro fog. On the bad days I try not to fight it, do the best you can and don't be too hard on yourself. For me it usually passes after a few days. Mind you even on my good days I still find the computer confusing. Hang in there Denny.
 
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Have you guys wondered if your fibro fog is caused by yeast overgrowth, yes, guys get it too. Just finished reading The Yeast Connection by a Dr. Crook and he lists fibro fog as well as IBS symptoms, and a lot of others as being a by product of yeast overgrowth. Following the diet, especially no sugar. he recommends along with caprylic acid pills and acidophilus did the trick for me.Casey
 

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Hi everyone,I too would hate to have to go without sugar. I sometimes get the shakes and find a nice little chocolate bar helps. Besides that, we suffer so much we deserve to have a little luxury in our lives.
 
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Shrinky,Hate to tell you this but if you get the shakes you may have reactive hypoglycemia and I know you don't want to hear this, changing your diet is the answer, lots of protein, low carbs and hide the sugar, no bread or starch and you will feel a whole lot better. It'll get rid of your IBS too.Good luck,Casey
 
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