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Medication, will it stop ketosis?

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22 May 2012 03:53 - 22 May 2012 03:53 #10913 by KatherynePetrova
KatherynePetrova created the topic: Medication, will it stop ketosis?
I slipped on my water fast at the end of day 2 and binged on everything in site. My bad. I feel awful now, but am determined to start up again tomorrow for 12 more days..

Problem, will my anxiety/ depression medication stop keitosis?

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22 May 2012 04:08 #10914 by TheFastDoctor
TheFastDoctor replied the topic: Re: Medication, will it stop ketosis?
We all slip up from time to time. It also serves a purpose. In Nature if there's food available we would eat as much as possible. It is in our instincts of survival.

This is one reason why I recommend, if you cannot be in a situation conducive to long fasting, you consider one to four days per week or every second day until you are used to it.

I know of NO medication that will stop a ketosis.

André

All my posts are "generic", based on my opinions and experiences only and are not intended to replace the advice of your own licensed medical practitioner.

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22 May 2012 04:17 #10915 by KatherynePetrova
KatherynePetrova replied the topic: Re: Medication, will it stop ketosis?
Thank you so much!! I feel better that I slipped up now! And I am also glad I can keep my medication going. :) thanks again!! :)

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26 Oct 2014 18:26 #23823 by Jc876
Jc876 replied the topic: Re: Medication, will it stop ketosis?
Hello doctor ..I was wondering can you begin a medication 10 days into fasting ?

Ps I think what you are doing for this site is really good , god bless you

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27 Oct 2014 15:49 #23837 by TheFastDoctor
TheFastDoctor replied the topic: Re: Medication, will it stop ketosis?
Dear Jc, there are literally thousands of different medications, and some work opposite to others. There is just NO way you can give a blank guideline in this respect.

André

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