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Bone pain and tooth/cartilage changes caused by acidosis

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 3, 2006
  • 05:40 PM

I am trying to find out if my chronic bone pain, tooth erosion, and thinning of facial cartilage (nose, ears) is caused by a chronic acidosis, and how to get tested. When my symptoms first started I had very high ketones in my urine, but my blood wasn't tested for ketones. I don't have diabetes (blood sugar tests are always normal). I'm not bulemic or anorexic, but my doctors and dentists have tried to suggest that my tooth erosion is caused by an eating disorder (they don't say anything about the nose/ear cartilage). I am constantly told that my bone pain is muscle pain or fibromyalgia, but I don't have those symptoms (and a specialist agreed), and how would muscle pain affect the teeth and cartilage?

If anyone has experience with bone/acidosis disorders, please tell me how I can get diagnosed and get my doctors to take my symptoms seriously.

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