Thank you for your response. I have a feeling that folate dosage is just what he uses for everyone. The only thing I can think of is if blood work shows anemia that he would up the dose or add another med.
maybe this is his starting point.
I was not able to get anything on the links you sent. The wouldn’t load.
Thanks for your feedback on dr Rawls. It was somewhat positive.
So have you found a protocol that worked for you?
Hmm, I'm not sure what to think about
the links not working. As soon as I posted the response, I tested all three links and they worked for me. I just tested them again and they still work for me. If you're on a mobile device, perhaps you can try a regular computer? Or, maybe try a different browser?
As for me, I've not found anything to resolve my issues. A month or two ago, I finished about
six months on various supplements that a "doctor" (chiropractor) sold me with no lasting benefit. I'd say I had a transient improvement during the summer, but I can't be sure if it was all the baloney he sold me (mostly products from CellCore Biosciences and Standard Process) or if it was one of the many other supplements I was taking on my own. Whatever it was, the improvement vanished after several weeks.
I've become very sour on "alternative" doctors, testing, and treatments. I'm convinced most alternative doctors really do want to help, but I think they suffer from living in a bubble and repeating a lot of folklore and unproven ideas. I have problems with "traditional" medicine, too. I think there are positives and negatives on both sides. Unfortunately, though, alternative healthcare has been a disappointment to me. It's very much a business and there's a lot of money at stake. I don't think it's entirely about
money for everyone. In fact, some doctors probably work long hours, give more value to their patients than they receive in payment, and they barely break even. But, others are making an absolute mint. I believe this has to play a part.
Anyway, right now, I don't have the funds to try some other ideas on my own. I had a couple of rounds of antibiotics, several years ago, but I've not had any in more than five years. So, I'm sorta stuck in limbo. I still read various things, but have stopped chasing long lists of possible conditions and their many overlapping symptoms -- many, of which, can't be proven. Once I have some income, I do plan to try a few more things, but I'm not entirely sure what the full plan might resemble. I have a few ideas floating around in my head.
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