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Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by juniemarie, Dec 29, 2009.

  1. kurt

    kurt Senior Member

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    Do you have any labs to show? CFS is not a very accepted problem in court cases, at least not in my experience. Really, CFS is just a category for undiagnosed neuroendocrine and immune problems. If you have some tests to show neuroendocrine depletion and immune problems and viral reactivations and viral load, then you have something they can not argue with. For instance, low cortisol levels, low neurotransmitters, low NK function, low mitochondria, reactivated herpes, things that might demonstrate to a judge real depletions that have resulted from the stress of the failed marriage perhaps?
     
  2. juniemarie

    juniemarie Senior Member

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    Kurt Could you possibly give me the names of the test for these things? I as I have been reading on here, one thing I have learned is the average Dr does not know much about the testing other than the run of the mill type. I know there are many different labs that are preferred and also specific test's
     
  3. juniemarie

    juniemarie Senior Member

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    Kurt Also another question. My daughter has not of yet shown signs of CFS, but she is plagued by a type of herpes that only effects the area around her mouth. Seems to have outbreaks when stressed or eating the wrong foods. Do you think this could be a pre CFS thing? In other words could there be a link? So would she also be getting the depletion of glutathione? Doesn't whey prodvide more glutathoine?
     

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