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Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by sunking101, Jul 24, 2013.

  1. sunking101

    sunking101

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    Just had the results of another blood test and my white blood cells are showing signs of fighting a bacterial infection, I can't remember the exact terminology used but the results were "slightly above" the upper range and I need to be retested in a couple of weeks. Is this evidence of methylation starting?

    My folate and B12 levels were "normal" but I understand these are just serum levels.
     
  2. chronix

    chronix

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    Have you been tested for the usual culprits found in cfs/me such as lyme, cpn, mycoplasma, rickettsia etc. ? If you test positive it may warrant abx use.

    Think rich said these infections may need to be addressed alongside the methylation protocol.
     
  3. sunking101

    sunking101

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    I've had the notoriously unreliable NHS test for lyme, which came back negative.
    No other tests though. I was just wondering if showing that my white blood cells are fighting a bacterial infection would suggest that methylation has started?
     
  4. chronix

    chronix

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    Sorry can't help you on that, but it's probably not unlikely. Do you have a CBC from before starting the methylation protocol? That would make a good test to compare with.
     

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