Questions Regarding Wilson's Temperature Syndrome & WT3 Protocol

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Date Joined Sep 2009
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   Posted 10/15/2009 5:56 PM (GMT -7)   
I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia about two months ago. With this change in weather, I've been suffering today more than ever. Feels like my entire body is completely seizing up. I'm feeling particularly hopeless about this today. There just has to be more of a solution than just throwing medication and supplements at symptoms. Yes... I know there's more to it than that. I just find it so hard to accept that there's no cure.

My body temp has always been about a whole degree below normal, but as of late, it's been very low. I saw on the Fibro101 list that low body temp is a common Fibro. symptom. I found some information on what has been called Wislon's Temperature Syndrome (WTS), which has been associated with Fibro.:

The web site claims to have a WT3 Protocol that can cure Fibro...

Perhaps it's wishful thinking on my part... It just seems that Medical Research should be taking notice of the pattern of people w/ Fibromyalgia having low thyroid-like conditions, but not necessarily actual low thyroid values, also having consistently low body temperatures. Has anyone received anymore information about any of this?

Thank you,

"You never change things by fighting the existing reality.
To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete."
- R. Buckminster Fuller

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Date Joined Aug 2009
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   Posted 10/15/2009 7:07 PM (GMT -7)   

Hi there,

Sorry to hear you have joined the "fibro club".  But welcome to the forum---you will be supported and listened to here.  I'm fairly new here myself but not new to fibro. I've had it for about 35 years.  It is definitely not a barrel of laughs but you can learn to live with it and to manage it. 

As to your comments about Wilson's Syndrome,  I Googled it and the 3rd hit down was a response from the American Thyroid Association and a statement concerning  Wilson's Syndrome.  You might take a look at it as it rebutts quite a bit of what the Wilson's website is claiming.

As an aside about the weather changes, I too get flares because of them.  The majority of people with fibro are real "weather barometers"!  LOL.  Yeah, I know its not funny.  I recently purchased some terrific thermal-type underware that really does keep me warm.  Usually I'm wearing 2-3 layers and still freezing.  This underware is called DuoFold Originals and is lined with cotten against your skin and the outer layer is cotton and 25% merlino wool.  I can wear it under my sweaters and sweatshirts and I'm warm.  It washes well and you can put it in the dryer. 

I'm sure others will be along to discuss  other ways to manage the temperature problem and also the Wilson's website.


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