I just recently purchased the insulite 3 month supply after years of wanting to try it but not being able to afford it. I have seen so many doctors, endo's and even a reproductive endocrynologist over the past several years that I just gave up and went back to my primary care physician. She took me off the metformin because I was on 2000 MG per day and it was making me terribly sick and I also have hypoglycemia so it was causing a lot of problems for me. Since she has taken me off the metformin I have since started feeling worse because I am sure the insulin is having a blast taking my body back over. At 28 I had to have an emergency complete hysterectomy because of a blood filled polyp in my uterus (we had been trying to get pregnant for 5 years). I feel like my hormones are all over the place, I am so fatigued that I come home from work and go to sleep and I could sleep straight through the night and still wake up tired. I have to meet with my doctor about the pills and the program before I start taking them because I want her to watch my blood work from before I start and on through the 3 months that I am taking the insulite pills. I am currently only on flutamid and that stuff scares me as it is for men who have prostate cancer and comes with a black box warning. I will gladly take 12 pills per day if I can start to feel better and not take something that is going to bottom my blood sugar out so much that I almost pass out. Is there any information that I might not be aware of and/or any suggestions for blood work and inforation that I can provide my doctor?
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Insulite Laboratories Coaching & Advisory Teams
- Aug 2008
Dr. Heather DeLuca, ND
Insulite Laboratories Consulting & Advisory Teams
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