Re: Wilson's Syndrome Question for w8lifter
Posted by w8lifter on March 22, 1997 at 16:13:37:
In Reply to: Wilson's Syndrome Question for w8lifter posted by Mr. Freeze on March 22, 1997 at 14:19:53:
There is a doctor in Manhattan at the Atkins center
(( that is where I go)) he is very good.
the only reason that it is not an accepted ailment is
because it is relatively Dr. Wilson named it after himself.
But it really is Euthyroid sick syndrome, but Dr. Wilson named it
after himsel because he discoverd how to treat it
successfully and without having to be on thyroid for the
rest of your life.
The treatment is a timed-released version of Cytomle, NOT the regular,
and the protacol is for a series od cycles where you are on the drug
then come back off again then on again, and after a few cycles msot
people have the thyroids return to the normal level, and all the side effects
go away, without ver having to be on the drug anymore.
I am right now on my first cyle its been almost 2 weeks and i am starting to feel better.
I am not as cold as i was anymore and sometimes actually feel worm whereas i was uaually freezing.
My body temp has began to move up and i have actually hit 98.6 a few times for the first time
in over a year, after we get the doses that keeps me at or around 98.6 we will stay there
for a while and see what happens, and that is where all the annoying side effects of low thyroid
will really begin to go away.
BTW the reason it is not that common with the med. community is because too many doctors rely on blood tests
and not the true indicator of a slow thyroid which is body temp ((Dan Duchaine knows this very well))
Actually my there was some sort of doctor.medical community seminar/meeting where they discussed that
body temp. results should be used more often as the key indicator and not just blood tests.
hope this helps.