My homocysteine level is 9.6 but in my lab report it says it’s in range and the range is 5-15
What's your homocysteine level? i definitely think it's bacteria. fungus mold, viruses OR parasites ect probably all of them! they probably communicate in some way. i have no idea but I had some genetic testing and i'm not methylating properly. homocysteine should be around 5-7 i think - no more than 7- mine is high-which shows poor detoxing. Diet is very important!! i'm eating Paleo and no sugar, alcohol, gluten, coffee. My EBV antibodies are dry high. I'm definitely getting better, it takes a long time! I'm going to be taking low dose naltrexone to see if i can help my immune system. Also a bunch of supplements. If it helps i'll let you know
Serious question. For the ones that believe PATM is caused by virus, fungus or bacteria, how is it possible for it to travel thru phones or video chat? How come it's not detected in your blood test? You'd think it would make you physically sick if it's a virus or fungus, right? I don't think it's caused by any of that. But what I do know it that PATM is mysterious condition and it just doesn't make any sense. Having PATM is retarted but I am 99% cured and it took awhile to get here.
The food you eat plays an important role in maintaining the balance of “good” and “bad” bacteria in your gut. I believe this is the main caused of patm. U guys can try to read this, it is worth it.
That will not cure the condition. I was at work today in a 4 bedded room (I’m a nurse btw) and 2 EMTs came in the room to transport one of my patients to another hospital. And I overheard The female EMT telling the male EMT “my throat feels itchy”. And the male EMT replies well that’s bc were surrounded by trees and there’s a lot of pollen (btw the room has huge windows, with a lot of trees outside so that’s what he was referring to and pointing at). They were in the room maybe for about 45 min. I started talking to another patient in the same room and while I was talking to the patient the male EMT started clearing his throat. Then the female EMT says something like you feel it ? And he goes oh yea now I feel the allergies. I don’t think they had any idea it was me but I hate hearing that. But I can def tell that the female EMT thought it was strange cuz she kept bringing it up. The guy was def clueless and kept insisting well it’s allergy season. I couldn’t really hear their whole convo bc she was kind of talking low about the subject. Anytime he would clear his throat or sniffle (he started doing that a lot the longer he stayed in the room) she would be like “you see!” I def felt uncomfortable bc she was bringing light to the situation. I’m glad I don’t work with her cuz I’m sure she would start picking up the fact that I’m the issue. And what’s shocking is that she didn’t appear to have allergies. She wasn’t rubbing her eyes, or clearing her throat like some people normally do when I’m talking to them and she didn’t sound congested or have a stuffy or runny nose. I felt comfortable talking to her when they arrived into the room. I guess the itchy throat was really bugging her. But as soon as I heard her talking about it, i started feeling bad for myself again and just wanted her to leave.