I guess I'm not saying your doctor is wrong, I'm just saying that IVing ATP carries more risks than supplementing intermediates or cofactors that feed the kreb's cycle. i would assume? that the kreb's cycle has an aspect of being rate limited, so over feeding it with one thing isn't necessarily like the biggest deal, but IV ATP is your bodies energy currency, and taking it directly is ballsy. I guess I'm pointing that out as much for the people here reading as anything... although it would be hard to obtain IV-able ATP anyway... But, like, I would have to trust my doctor with my life to try that, and I hope you do!This is where following random advice from the web may not be the best. I work with 2 excellent doctors who I trust and who are up on all the latest research and are in contact with other experts and who know me and prescribe treatments that are right for me.
We all need to do what is appropriate for our genes, environmental factors and health status.
And, with that said, generic studies not done on patients like us may not give accurate info in what works and what doesn't and why.
You're doing a great job of investigating various concepts ... Keep up the good work!