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3770 Iron deficiency is a cause of Vitamin D deficiency 79717
18 Jul, 2018 13:25
2177 Overview Liver and vitamin D 61040
05 Dec, 2019 00:25
1835 Strong association of non alcoholic fatty liver disease and low vitamin D 46042
26 Aug, 2018 12:20
3430 Liver 28187
13 Nov, 2019 13:42
5765 Vitamin D prevents Hepatitis-C and helps treat it (many studies) 15440
14 Mar, 2020 02:27
1121 Alcoholics have osteoporosis – Nov 2010 12305
29 Apr, 2019 02:21
3100 Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (4 in 10 seniors) and Vitamin D 11863
13 Nov, 2019 15:58
6423 Hepatitis B virus might be treated by Vitamin D – April 2015 10599
15 Jun, 2019 13:46
7698 Hepatitis B virus and Vitamin D - many studies 8621
21 Sep, 2020 14:07
3965 Important interactions between the liver and vitamin D – May 2013 8370
24 Mar, 2014 00:07
4182 Vitamin D Deficiency May Help Spread of Hepatitis B Throughout Liver – May 2013 8239
15 Jun, 2019 13:48
3593 The worse the chronic liver disease, the lower the vitamin D level – Review Dec 2012 7920
03 Jul, 2018 14:50
5945 Autoimmune Hepatitis 8X more likely if low vitamin D – Dec 2014 7892
20 Oct, 2018 12:11
2677 Calcidiol may be 5X more effective than Vitamin D3 – June 2012 7693
10 Mar, 2018 17:27
1185 Vitamin D Deficiency and Liver Disease – Aug 2010 7556
12 Nov, 2011 15:42
5980 Vitamin C reduces liver inflammation, which improves vitamin D production – Dec 2014 6911
01 Dec, 2014 15:56
4350 Liver and interactions with vitamin D deficiency - Review July 2013 6832
28 Oct, 2017 18:20
4208 Fatty liver disease (NAFLD), metabolic syndrome, and perhaps vitamin D – June 2013 5984
24 Mar, 2014 00:05
404 China has documented that less UV results in more cancer – June 2010 5968
07 Jan, 2013 03:21
1288 Vitamin D helps organ transplant 5711
30 Jan, 2018 17:11
Items in both categories Liver and Intervention are listed here: give vitamin D and see what happens
NAFLD is treated by Vitamin D, Omega-3, Curcumin, Silymarinm, etc. Aug 2018
Alcoholic liver cirrhosis treated by 1,000 IU of vitamin D – July 2018
Severe Non-Alcoholic fatty liver disease treated by Omega-3 – RCT April 2018
Weekly dosing of vitamin D is far better than single large dose (chronic liver, children) – March 2018
Fatty liver disease in children nicely treated by combination of Vitamin D and Omega-3 – RCT Dec 2016
Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) treated by Vitamin D (20,000 IU weekly after loading dose) – RCT June 2016
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) reduced somewhat by 50,000 IU vitamin D every 2 weeks – RCT Sept 2014
400,000 IU barely raised liver transplant candidate vitamin D levels (no surprise) – March 2015
Vitamin D prevents Hepatitis-C and helps treat it (many studies)
It sounds like you're having to take the same route in life as me and max out the years remaining. As some of the regulars on here know I'll be breaking records to see pension age - I have multiple myeloma- apparently 20 years too early JUST MY LUCK! As is the fate of PMO just as I banked on it as contributor to some kind of early pension ... What is often cheering to read is the humorous banter on this board from both sides of the argument for its future - along with the generous sharing of informative insight from some posters.
All the best with grabbing the most from those years!!
All at sea
Hi Outbutnotdown, I see your sense of humour still in good spirits. LOL Good luck with your ingrown toenail removal, am sure you will live to fight another day. LOL
All the best to you. :)
HappyInvestor, Antigua, rookie1, etc....
Thanks for the kind words of support, decided to retire, so just got to get on now and make most of everything, which is what I am doing, so in a sense, forces you to live life.
Been on this BB for a few years and there will always be comments from both sides of fence (and many who change views along the way, depending on PMO situation) It's what makes for good discussion and the realty is, its one big casino, so can go either way at any time. Luck plays its part as much as analysing fundamentals.
I guess it was the creditors that were happier with lending against further producing assets , which led to TD looking to buy more, so on surface all seemed straight forward, but hindsight is a wonderful thing.
Hope TD pulls this out the bag and private investors, get their just rewards or at least get to break even. Good luck to all.
I’ve been diagnosed with late stage onychocryptosis. It’s a debilitating condition for which there is no cure, other than total removal.
I have surgery pencilled in for next week and I am not looking forward to it.
Good luck everyone who is facing ills and financial ruin.
Nice words,happy. All the best TR61
I love you, HAPPY.
I know I am not loved here. In fact, I am loathed and reviled as the resident troll - and quite rightly! Nevertheless, this is one of those rare occasions when I am sure I will speak for the majority.
We all wish you good health and a happy life. Who knows how many of us you will outlive? I am not a religious person at all but may the cosmic forces of our universe align to make you enjoy many more happy years.
Thanks for your kind wishes. Unfortunately i will not recover from the condition, only hope is slow the process down a bit, give me longer. You say you were diagnosed with "non fatty alcoholic liver disease" do you mean non alcoholic fatty liver disease or alcoholic liver disease. There is big difference, as one caused by drinking too much and other is too much fat in liver. (i.e. eating unhealthy and no exercise, i was 21.5 stone, I only eat health now, salads etc...and have not had a drop of alcohol for 9 months. )
If you have just fatty liver disease, or Alcoholic liver disease (big difference) there is time for you to reverse it, but if you leave it and continue, you will get Liver Cirrhosis which you cannot reverse and longer term is generally fatal i.e. leads to liver failure. (there is transplant but liver transplants not all successful ) Alcoholic Liver Cirrhosis is worse than Non Alcoholic Liver Cirrhosis
Apparently I had fatty liver for around 10 years but did not know and it developed into the serious Liver Cirrhosis (found out on Jan 3rd this year) which I cannot reverse, so future not bright. My great advice to you is get your liver back to normal before its too late, when that Liver Consultant tells you you have Cirrhosis and there is no cure (when the liver is mainly dead cells and will never recover,) it is really hard to take, knowing one day, it may start to fail and you maybe wont see your family again, a massive shock to the system. Don't delay, start it now before too late.... you have the chance at your stage to reverse it, so do it now, before its too late Shaf5..... : )
have a look at this link ...will make you realise how serious it is. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/cirrhosis/
Good luck Shaf5 and if you invested in PMO, hope you make a big win here.
Sorry to hear that. It just shows that money is not everything. Wishing you well and also hope you can recover from it. I was also was diagnosed with non fatty alcoholic liver disease 2 years ago but didn’t take it too seriously as was told it’s early stages so can be reversed. Although you were diagnosed recently with it how long have you had the illness for.
TR61. Sorry to hear your news , you are missed on the board as you are the voice of reason. Just goes to show there are way more important things to worry about than shares and money.
Wishing you well and hope you prove them wrong
Sorry to hear it, TRSIXTY-ONE.
I have a similar liver issue (not Asahi-related - haven't touched a drop for 2 years).
if its a serious question (and not sarcastic) thanks for asking. I am at stage 4 Non Alcholic Liver Cirrhosis (last stage) , go now every few months for various scans, bloods etc..., to check on changes i.e. cancer in Liver etc.... so just getting through month by month, hoping liver holds up as long as possible, that's all i can hope.
Cirrhosis of liver has no medication or reversal, but I have lost over 6.5 stone, (since Jan 3rd when i was diagnosed) so Liver Consultant said it should have helped to slow the process i.e. most of the cells are dead, so just managing on the live cells left for moment.
Just enjoying my life as much as possible, but doing more exercise these days, than I have ever done, to try and keep healthy and I don't get stressed like I used to...whats the point ! I sat at desk for 17 years.....eating wrong foods.....lack of exercise.....Only advice to anyone is keep healthy. (I didnt)
Thanks for asking though, good luck on here.
TR. You absolutely right the share is worth 16p now but I do believe it will jump enormously when the uncertainty is removed and perhaps with hindsight it would of been wiser to wait till then re " just in case " but too late now I'm in and the emotional strain of selling to buy back would be too great at the moment
Ah TR, how’s the liver?
I see the "its going to be £1 mob" have disappeared, having given people false hopes, now replaced by the "its going to be 65p"
With PMO there is always jam tomorrow. The SP at moment is a reflection of the risk involved today, given this could go either way, depending on oil price, how the refinancing negotiations will finish and what will be the extra shares added.
Having been through the deceit of PMO management before, with their vague statements and playing with words, am leaving it until I 100% know what the final outcome is. May miss the initial rise, but I wont get caught up in any underhand or leaked bad news, if there is any, as we will always be the last to know.
For those that are happy with the risk, could make a good few quid, but on other hand, at 16p, are large % losses on way down.
To all my old colleagues here, Cash, Dodger, Sauer, Antigua etc.... good luck and hope its positive outcome for everyone invested here and it goes your way. Good luck all.