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I began using the PMDD formulas posted on "thekrib" shortly before
Christmas. Previously my nitrates were consistently above 10ppm
and phosphates over 2ppm. Recently after returning from a short
business trip (wife continued to dose for me) I tested the water chemistry
and discovered that nitrates were down to near zero, phosphates around
I had began to increase separate doses for potassium, and within 5 days
of the nitrates dropping, the addition of calcium. I do need more testing
to determine if the potassium (after about 10 days) kicked in or the
recent addition of calcium.
I never thought I would say this, but I am now adding nitrate. This may
still be a little early, three weeks, but I am pleased that I may have this
under control. Continued close monitoring is still required.
Thanks to the authors of PMDD, Paul, Kevin and those who contributed,
George, Karen, Tim. And special thanks to Neil and Steve for their
offline comments and suggestions.