The other thing which sparked a note of contention was the iron. I am sure i have read (somewhere) in the past that Iron was a "bad" thing, causing myelin desctruction. But if these guys have done the research.
Yes, have had various doctors and a CNM who think iron supplementation is a bad thing. And, several months ago, I read this article, here:
And, then found some others. Why? I wondered. Hemochromatotosis, maybe?!
I was so worried that I immediately ceased taking iron supplements and eating foods with high iron content. And continued taking NAC because I had read that it was supposed to help keep iron from accumulating in the brain.
Two months later, my very mild anemia suddenly became severe. And my ferritin levels were very low. So, no, I was much relieved that I was not suffering from hemochromatosis. And even more to my relief I found this:
But, who knows? Maybe my anemia is caused by iron storage, for whatever reasons, in my brain lesions.
So, for now, I suppose I just keep supplementing iron and taking NAC.