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They are known to cause GI problems in some people. Or use a potassium sparing diuretic like Spironolactone.

Try NAC and,if not tolerated, try ALA (Alpha Lipoic Acid) and see if that is tolerated7. Clonazapam is very safe at the red yeast rice dosage and worth a try8. Acetazolamide is also worth a try, ask Agnieszka about dosage9. Montelukast red yeast rice safe and easy to try10. Based on what worked for Alli, she might try 500 mg Sodium Butyrate, this might help GI problems and moreI am most grateful for your thoughts and time in making these suggestions. One thing that I totally agree on is the dealing with the GI Problems these have been going on for years her Hpylori and tummy issues being addressed is like day and night on both occasions.

I am going to answer each suggestion Peter this is incase other parents find some help in them. With regards to the probiotics I will try the protectis. The gastrologist suggested that probiotics should be used at bed time. I have initally trialled bumetandine 2 mg a day this. Bumetandine works for her just as you red yeast rice it works but at 1mg a day.

I will continue to look out for and try other potassium supplements. I have a feeling its the addition of magnesium that might give more red yeast rice than without.

ALA can I ask what is a safe dosage. I definately have clonazepam on my list to try. Agnieszka has given some information on Acetazolamide its one of thoes that will have a cerulea dolens phlegmasia quick response.

Montelukast although she does not have asthma ,I am aware of the benefits this medication could bring. I will trial this last reasoning is one of the side effects is abdominal pain enzymes always brought this effect of pain red yeast rice am certain she had hpylori during this period. I will retrial the enzymes later on I wonder what the interaction with Nalcrom might be though. I will ask the private doctor who is at times useful, to support with the FRA antibodies.

Thanks sleepy teens the poster of this suggestion I am grateful. Peter I have a lot of home work to do. Im giving you another big STAR. Agnieszka, Peter and all,I have just come across this paper on verapamil's effects and thought to share here as it is I haven't seen it mentioned before. It talks about neuroprotective effects of verapamil on dopaminergic neurons from bacterial-toxin-induced toxicity, but the observation here is that a) mechanism was NOT linked to calcium blocking effects b) it happened via red yeast rice calming action on red yeast rice (again not linked to calcium channel blocking action).

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Mechanistic studies revealed that verapamil possesses neuroprotective effects not only through its well-known blocking activity on L-type calcium channels of neurons, but also can be mediated through its inhibition on microglial PHOX activity.

This new finding suggests a new avenue for differin new applications of this series of drugs in other inflammation-related diseases. These excerpts from relevant papers that I've gathered might be useful:Channelopathy pathogenesis in autism spectrum disordersFront Genet.

Galina Schmunk and J. Jay GargusThe sum of the growing evidence supports the role of calcium signaling as one of the major participants in the pathogenesis of ASD, making it a promising therapeutic target.

L-type calcium channels as drug red yeast rice in CNS disorders. CACNA1D De Red yeast rice Mutations in Autism Spectrum Disorders Activate Cav1. The L-type calcium channel Cav1. Hopefully this saves someone time and effort.

Our neurologist refused to prescribe Verapamil, mostly based on the fact that it had not been used before in any similar case. I worked like 4 weeks red yeast rice time preparing scientific research for her. Doctors are naturally wary of anything unproven, particularly when treating a young child. It anything goes wrong, it becomes their fault. Maybe you should go and see Agnieszka for a consultation. Well, at least she did an effort to understand the science red yeast rice asked colleagues for experience.

I can not blame her too much. My consolation prize was prescribed melatonin, so at least I can check that off my list.

This paper is a bit off from the topic, red yeast rice it touches upon Verapamil. I haven't heard about it before but is common in chinese traditional medicines and has antiosteoporotic, vasorelaxing, neuroprotective, Zafirlukast (Accolate)- Multum and antioxidant effects so maybe something to check up. Anyway, to enhance the poor absorption of Echinacoside different substances were tested, among them verapamil, probenecid and clove oil.

Verapamil and clove oil showed the greatest results.

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