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I did it again

Saturday, September 11, 2010

I did it again but this time I went to see a nutritional doctor for nutritional advice. boy did she open my eyes to how lax MDS can be. My blood work said every thing is fine BUT my co2 level is very high, my red blood count is very low as is my white blood cell count. My bun is very low, they call it dirty blood because that is what it is. My blood is full of junk so it can't work right. So where does my doctor get off saying every thing is ok. My next big trick is going to be to get her to recommend an eating plan to solve these problem because she want to sell me supplements, I thing things will work out

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LADYDI2049 9/12/2010 11:05AM

    Good that you got another opinion Mike, I hope you get these issues resolved soon. MD's know nothing about nutrition, medical students get roughly 3 hours of dietarty education. Remember doctors and hospitals are pretty much controlled by the pharmacutical companies and they do not promote health but instead wait to treat symptoms, not cure illness, but treat symptom. Best wishes to you.


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SUNNYH99 9/11/2010 9:21PM

    I'm so glad you sought another opinion, Mike. I would beware any professional trying to sell me products, too.

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KOKOEK9 9/11/2010 8:38PM

    from what the doc says may bad numbers are a bad eating problem, not getting all I need. The high co2 is a matter of not breathing properly

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VEGANJAZ 9/11/2010 3:47PM

    Everything is going to be ok Mike!

So, did the dr say what she thought was the source of these issues??

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YICHE12 9/11/2010 3:15PM

    I am sure everything will be turn okay because you have the right attitude. Be well! emoticon

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