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hormones and xmrv and cfs

Discussion in 'XMRV Testing, Treatment and Transmission' started by xrayspex, Aug 11, 2010.

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    xrayspex Senior Member

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    hey as the interview with Dr Singh reiterates, it appears estrogen may have something to do with activating (is that the right word?) xmrv.

    my question is, does that mean a female should never take estrogen, who already has cfs? or if you already have it does it not matter anymore? just curious from the menopause treatment angle. a dilemma...wondering if any older cfs females have been able to find a low dose of estrogen that doesnt make things worse and helps some....
     
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    Hi Xray, we are actually talking about this on another thread called "My test came back and it said I have ZERO testosterone."
     
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    danke, most excellent, shall drop by
     

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