Condition: Pyroluria

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About Pyroluria

Pyroluria is mood disorder that is not common, and is not very well understood. It is believed that Pyroluria is caused by an excessive excretion of enzymes.

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Helps me sleep4/18/2011 at 04:25 AM
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Decrease in symptoms by about 50%, particulary PMS, menstrual pain4/18/2011 at 04:25 AM
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Decrease in symptoms by about 50%4/18/2011 at 04:25 AM
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Decrease in symptoms by about 50%4/18/2011 at 04:25 AM
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Occurs at night when i go to bed, must sleep with light on4/18/2011 at 04:23 AM
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Last updated on May 24 2018 at 22:04
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