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Old 01-29-2005, 04:00 PM   #1
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electro-dermal screening

Has anyone ever had this done?

 
Old 02-14-2005, 04:14 PM   #2
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Re: electro-dermal screening

Hi, I have had EAV testing since April 2004 because I had a variety of undiagnosed problems. I saw several specialists and had many expensive tests, but a diagnosis was never made. Turned out I had heavy metals and chemicals. I took homeopathics for two months to detox, then had all of my mercury amalgams removed (13 of them). I started to improve right away. It's been about six months and I am still improving. The new doctor I see has the newer MSA testing, Meridian Stress Assessment. It's the same as EAV only a more advanced software system. Check out Biomeridian on the Internet for more information - these diagnostic testing devices are used widely in Europe and other countries and will someday be used in our country - when the pharmaceutical industry stops running our health system! HA.

 
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Old 02-17-2005, 06:35 AM   #3
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Re: electro-dermal screening

Thanks DTemple I'll do a search on that.

 
Old 02-19-2005, 09:11 PM   #4
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Re: electro-dermal screening

I've had it done, couldn't really follow through on the findings, though, since I was pregnant at the time. I am thinking about going back to her after I finish breastfeeding. The theory of it makes total sense to me (and I'm an electrical engineer, so know a little bit about that kind of theory).

Just reading the first post, though, have you ever looked into perhaps having PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome)? I had (have still maybe? I'm not sure they ever consider it cured, but all my symptoms are gone) that, and I didn't have periods, and had real trouble keeping my weight down. Most people with it are overweight. Just a thought. What cured mine was a good carb diet (South Beach, but I modified it a bit once I got the main principles down).

 
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Re: electro-dermal screening

Hi Susannah, no I don't have PCOS and I have been through every test under the sun in regards to that area because I don't get periods, still don't. Everything appears normal they think its because I was on the BC pill for 10 plus years. That part of my body kind of went to sleep. I did have the electro-dermal screening done found out about a bunch of problems I have causing me to have trouble losing weight. So I'm taking a bunch of supplements to clear the problems up plus a complete 6 week diet overhaul to clean the system out. I don't do the scale but its only been 3 weeks and my clothes are looser. Hope it keeps up. I highly recommend it.

 
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