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High NK cell toxicity???

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS Discussion' started by JollyRoger, Jun 17, 2017.

  1. JollyRoger

    JollyRoger Senior Member

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    I got my blood values; very strange and not the typical cfs values:
    The natural killer cell toxicity is 55%.
    My doc said that's better than some of his "healthy" patients.
    My TNF-alpha is low: 88 pg/ml.
    Cd57 is very low (28) but borreliose is negative.
    I have a slight T2 shift but it's not tremendous.
    And now?????
    Tnfa low means no inflammation and high nk cell toxicity means a good immune function BUT
    I'm still bedridden.
    ATP Production is very low (ATP test after blockage)
    So should I just treat my mitos???

    In the picture is my Th1/Th2 blood work.
    On the left side are the latest values, on the right sight are the values from 2013 (cfs free time).

    Cfs for 8 months (newbie).
    Big crash (bedridden) after vaccination 6 weeks ago.

    Can you experts give me an advice what I should do please ;-)

    Thank you
     

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