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Re: Is Wilson's Syndrome bogus?

Re: Is Wilson's Syndrome bogus?

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Posted by barbara on December 10, 2000 at 17:25:50:

In Reply to: Re: Is Wilson's Syndrome bogus? posted by Susan on September 08, 2000 at 23:23:50:


No, Wilson's Syndrome isn't bogus. I had problems with my body temps always being low. I went to many doctors and told that I feel bad & about how temps always being too low, but they all just said,"Everyone's body temps differ" I knew there was something just not right with me so I continued to seek help. Finally I found a doctor that believed me. And I tried the T3 treatment & was totally amazed! I felt better then I had in years!! I am a true believer in this T3 because I know from experiece that when I start feeling really bad for no none reason & I check my temps they are too low again. I just start taking T3 and within one week I feel alvie & so much better. Then my temps level off at normal & I no longer need to take T3. In my case lots of stress seems to bring it back on. But the difference is notice-albe not only to me but everyone around me. Saw this I thought I would just give my opinion. Some that already take athyroid med. also need T3.

Sincerely,

Barbara


: : The ATA has posted a site claiming there is no basis for defining such a disease, through clinical or lab testing. Also, Dr. Wilson had his license remove and was requested to seek psychological treatment. Are we buying into quack science, or is there a body of evidence someone can direct me to which supports his claims. I have a diagnosed thyroid disorder, found from TSH level, but have wondered if T3 supplementation
: : would also benefit me, or if it's just an odd theory.

: You could try www.wilsonsyndrom.com and ask your question there and read their info. It seems alot of folks seem to believe this. Best of luck and let us know what you find out.




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