Too good to be true
Sometimes when someone has the 'miracle' answer... it's too good to be true.
Are you a gulf war vet?
There is concern about gums and teeth from chemical exposure, too. This is one of the items mentioned as a symptom of having too much of a chemical exposure. AND when you have this problem, bacteria can get in your blood stream from gum sores, as well.
So, keep in mind, that if this is a bone marrow problem, it can lead to your teeth absessing and needing to be pulled.
A simple check to see if your bone marrow is compensating for loss of red blood cells is to do a 'retic ratio' It only costs about $50 and is well worth the money if you also have the symptom of fatigue and it hasn't been found to be from another source. (Also ask that the lab tech comment on the red blood cells' size and shape)