- February 26, 2013 at 2:24 pm #98665
1533jdMemberTopics: 46Replies: 112
When I had awoke this morning, my mother had answered the phone for me and spoke to my doctor to get a quick summary of my new test results. What I got from my confused mother was that there was a series of problems affecting me rather than just candida and leaky gut and apparently I need a brain scan, surely that must be quite serious. So naturally I am frankly very concerned and very much in the dark and really hope there is someone who can interpret these results. I really want to know now as I will have to wait 3 weeks to go through results with homeopath!
Reference intervals: up to 100 = normal, 100-200 = borderline, over 200 = definite sensitivity
Most significant ones:
mercury (inorganic) = 160
Mercury (organic) = 115
Tin = 120
Benzoate = 150
Nitrosamines = 190
Pentachlorophenol = 120
Organophosphates = 170
Toxic effects of chemicals identified by other tests:
Mercury (ii) (chloride) % inhibition of MA = 6.5 Comments = Mild pre existing inhibition of metabolic activity
Organophosphates (mix) = 11.5 Comments = Pre-existing inhibition of metabolic activity
Nitrosopyrrolidine = 8.5 Comments = Mild pre-existing inhibition of metabolic activity
uric acid = 654 Range 266 – 474
If anyone can interpret this in anyway I would really appreciate it.
From what I can see it looks like quite a serious amount of metal toxicity, please can someone help alleviate some anxiety please.
JDFebruary 26, 2013 at 3:15 pm #98667
rasterParticipantTopics: 104Replies: 6838
You need these analyzed by a naturopathic doctor. It looks like your uric acid levels are high; magnesium chloride and juniper can reduce uric acid deposits.
-rasterFebruary 26, 2013 at 4:00 pm #98672
Able900SpectatorTopics: 92Replies: 4811
1533jd;37168 wrote: uric acid = 654 Range 266 – 474JD
The normal urine levels of uric acid run between 250 to 750 mg per 24 hours. I don’t know what your doctor was referring to with the range numbers you’ve posted, but he may want to test this again as the numbers often vary widely from day to day. If you are tested again, the number may be quite different.
If you have a responsible doctor, he will have you to come to his office in order to explain in depth the results of all the tests. If he doesn’t do this, then you should request it yourself. You or your insurance paid for the tests, plus you have the right to have the results explained to you.
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