It looks suspiciously like I have too much free/toxic copper in my system. I think it's unlikely that I have Wilson's Disease-the rare genetic disorder that causes copper overload-but my lab results mean it is a possibility. I don't know how long it will take to rule it out, or even if it's possible to rule it out. It might be months before I get to see a specialist, if I get to see one at all. So, my question is, will treating a methylation block help get rid of excess copper? Safely? If so, by what mechanism? (I think I have a sulphation pathway problem and probably a methylation problem too, despite my homocysteine level being normal.) But, since there is a chance I might have Wilson's, could the methylation treatment be dangerous-since Wilson's sufferers can't excrete copper normally through the bile? Could it encourage my liver to ship stored copper out to my other organs, like my noggin, for instance? My health has deteriorated considerably over the past few months. I have had daily pain under my right rib cage, left rib cage, and pain in the kidney and liver region (an ultrasound was normal.) I've also lost over four kilos. Might not sound like much, but I'm underweight, so can't afford to lose more. Have also had strange heart symptoms on a daily basis. Ideas, anyone? Thanks.