I have written about my wife in other threads (http://forums.phoenixrising.me/index.php?threads/suicidal-exhaustion-how-to-deal-with-it.17845/) We have now done some test of mineral levels and som other stuff and I would like some help with what to make of them. She got worse a few weeks ago after a B12 injection. Here are the results from the lab: Whole Blood Mineral Test (results followed by normal range stated by the lab) Na: 2114 (1900-2000 mg/l) K: 1662 (1750-1850 mg/l) Ca: 65.00 (59.0-61.0 mg/l) Mg: 30.84 (34.0-36.0 mg/l) Cu: 1.12 (1.10-1.20 mg/l) Fe: 405.1 (440-480 mg/l) Zn: 6.98 (7.30-7.70 mg/l) P: 310.8 (350-390 mg/l) Ery: 3.8 (4.1-5.1 Mio./µl) Selenium in blood: 75 (80-130 µg/l) Coenzym Q10: 0,49 (0.80-1.40 mg/l) Fatty acids (the ones where she was low) Linoleic acid: 755 (810-1320 mg/l) Arachidonic acid: 170 (185-335 mg/l) Omega 3-index: 5.5 (6-8%) I can of course read out that she is low in several minerals, q10 and some fatty acids, but are these deficiencies relevant? I mean are they big enough to explain her symptoms? I have discussed on this forum that the b12 might have lowered her potassium levels, and indeed, she is low in potassium. The reason I'm asking is that it is very difficult for my wife to eat mineral supplements due to a very sensitive stomach so if we should start working to improve these deficiencies it would be good to know that it is worth and to know which one is most important to work on it if you understand what I mean.