Pyrrole Disorder and Depression

Among 10’s of thousands of individuals tested with depression, 15% turned out positive for pyrrole disorder known as kryptopyrroles. 

Biotype Pyrrole Depression

Patients who present with pyrrole disorder often are high in oxidative stress, suffer from severe mood swings and explosive anger, have extreme anxieties and fears, have poor short-term memory, and may have little or no dream recall. Depression strikes this subgroup usually because their kryptopyrroles are lost to their urine, which carries away the much needed B6 and Zinc.  Therefore these persons benefit greatly and often quickly from supplements of Vitamin B6 and P5P , both crucial to serotonin synthesis, and zinc supplementation. Pyrolurics also need more Omega 6 fats such as animal fat, borage or primrose oil  instead of Omega 3 fatty acids such as fish oils.  This inflammatory condition also benefits greatly from antioxidants such as Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, and Vitamin C.

Diagnosed with AD(H)D?  Anxiety?  Bipolar?  Depression?  It could be Pyrrole Disorder.  A high incidence of Pyrrole Disorder is found in individuals with depression, anxiety disorder, ODD, , bipolar disorder and AD(H)D.  Pyrrole Disorder is associated with elevated pyrroles in urine and severe deficiencies of zinc and pyridoxine (Vitamin B-6) throughout the body.  Ask yourself if you are experiencing symptoms of pyroluria. 

 
Testing for pyrrole disorder:  
Second Opinion Physician will arrange to have urine test kits sent to your home to determine your level of urinary pyrroles. 
 
Pyrrole Disorder Treatment:
 
You will be given a customized supplement plan that you may take to your local vitamin supplier or else use our recommended professional sources online. Second Opinion Physician provides product codes, dosages and times per day each supplement should be taken for your specific level of imbalance.
 
Temper Dysregulation Disorder 
 
Many children with severe temper tantrums, learning disabilities and oppositional defiant disorders actually suffer from pyrrole disorder. 
 

Symptoms of Pyrrole Disorder vary but may include:

                Urine

Elevated kryptopyrroles

Mauve colored urine

Digestive

Morning nausea

Tendency to delay or skip breakfast

Very dry skin

Affinity for spicy and salty foods

Body Features

Pale skin, inability to tan

White spots in nail beds

Sensitivity to bright lights

Sensitivity to loud noises

Poor wound healing

Joint pains

Premature graying of hair

Psoriasis

Delicate facial features

“Fruity” breath and/or body odor

Coarse eyebrow hair

Sretch marks (striae) on skin

Long arms, legs and fingers

Mood and Emotions

Extreme mood swings

Severe inner tension

Severe anxiety

Tendency to stay up very late

High irritability and temper

History of underachievement

Histrionic behavior

Severe depression

Fear of airplane travel, tornadoes, etc.

Obsessions with negative thoughts

Dreams and Memory

Little or no dream recall

Poor short-term memory

History of a reading disorder

Immunity and Inflammation

Autoimmune disorders

Severe oxidative stress

Poor growth

Delayed puberty

Spleen-area pain

Frequent infections

Abnormal EEG

Hormonal

Abnormal fat distribution

Abnormal or absent menstrual periods

Poor muscle development

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