It's going about the same, thanks for asking. How are you? I know what you mean about remembering to take stuff. Lately the only thing I'm taking is modified citrus pectin, vit d/k2, magnesium & herbal supplement for sleep.
I'm going in a million different directions at the moment so I probably need to focus on a plan of action. I'm doing my second dna connexions test next week and the results of that will hopefully drive the plan. I was negative last time but did not do the collection right. If I'm negative again then it is full go with the mold stuff as well as ruling out/in Intracranial Hypertension, KPU.
I will probably test for the KPU soon. I'd like to just supplement but I've read if your copper/zinc ratio gets out of whack it can cause some issues.
The Peyronie's seems painful! It sounds like it can in some instances go away without treatment?
Things are about
the same, here, too. Thank you, in kind, for asking. Of course, since I'm not doing anything much or different, I guess I shouldn't expect much change, eh?
I recently got back in touch with the Hansa Center, since I now have more free time, after quitting my job. I'll be completing all the intake paperwork and will likely visit them in the coming months.
However, with no income, I'm a bit concerned about
spending that much money (about
$15k, in total) with no guarantee that it will help. Of course, there's no way to know if it'll help, unless I go. I don't have any other plan, since I've declined antibiotic therapy and other pharmaceuticals -- for now. I wish I had a crystal ball.
I've not done exhaustive research on Peyronie's, but have read a few sites. I've not seen that it can just go away without treatment, but, if it could/would, that would be great. As usual, the "standard of care" is drugs and/or surgery. I might consider drugs at some point, assuming nothing else works, but I have no intention of surgery! I shrivel-up just THINKING about
As I wrote
to Georgia Hunter and Lapis_29, I also have Dupuytren's Contracture
and it seems the two conditions are related. I've had Dupuytren's for almost 10 years, but it's mild and hasn't really progressed much. The Peyronie's, however, only started within the past year. As I referenced in the aforementioned post, I took Systemic Proteolytic Enzymes in hopes of helping the Peyronie's, but had no luck. It did
, however, help the Dupuytren's.
Anyhoo, I can relate to going in a million directions at once. I think most of us just want a plan to follow that will be doable and successful. We could likely endure much more for longer, if we just had some assurance that, in the end, it would be worthwhile and we would be better. The not knowing is one of the worst parts.
Would you mind sharing the herbal supplement you're taking for sleep? I'm taking one capsule of Deep Sleep
at bedtime, along with 3 mg of Naltrexone. They help, but my sleep is still not that great.
I wish you much luck with your next DNA Connexions test. I hope it yields some useful/helpful information. Also, here's to hoping that you don't have Intracranial Hypertension. I'll keep you in my thoughts. Should you happen to feel like sharing what you find, I'll be watching for a post from you.