Autonomic Nervous System breakdown detected with a bodyscan?

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Autonomic Nervous System breakdown detected with a bodyscan?

Postby itaska21 » Sun Aug 07, 2011 12:53 pm

Hi all! I was wondering your experience, (if any), you've had with ANS problems related to M.S. I had a body scan that showed both sympathetic and parasympathetic problems related to my kidneys, pancreas, liver, and heart. Needless to say I was speechless. Very low magnesium,potassium, and other unspecified minerals too. Low thyroid function, which I've been trying to control with thyroid med. for 12years. Adrenal glands not working. Loss of elasticity in my subclavian artery with absence of plaque build-up. What was strange to me was that my brain showed
increased neuronal exciteability? I have a gene duplication which I already knew about. A1298c. Methylfolate deficiency.

I'm now taking Cerefolin (prescription methylfolate), 500mg magnesium, an Adrenal supplement, and a multivitamin dispensed by the dr. with additional mthrfthr supplementation.

So... if anyone has had the body scan please share your experience if you will. Also, if you have been diagnosed with any of these complications as well, I would be more than grateful to learn about your prognosis and your doctor's treatment plan.

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