I know nothing about K2.grandsons4 wrote:Just today he received word from his doctor that the tests done by Igenex show numerous bands highly indicative of Lyme, and that in his opinion (the doctor's), leave no doubt my son has Lyme disease. My thinking is that (if this doctor is amenable, and no harm would come from a short delay in the standard antibiotic treatment) treatment with the "one dose calcitriol and followup D3 supplementation" protocol should be considered. Two questions: 1.) Have you established any dosage levels at this time? 2.) My research has led me to conclude that vitamin K2 is integral to the proper interplay of calcium and vitamin D. Have you looked into this?
It's not unknown to me. :>)grandsons4 wrote:Considering the etiology of "MS" is unknown, perhaps Lyme, among other diseases, is MS. Note: my son's D level at onset was below the normal range.
Good question. I don't know the answer.grandsons4 wrote:I also doubt it is the only cause; in fact, I believe EBV to be the most likely culprit, either acting alone in concert with certain genetic predispositions or allying with HERV's and acting in concert with genetic predispositions. Considering that "one calcitriol dose plus vitamin D sustainably reversed demyelinating disease," MS with what etiology would be treatable with one dose of calcitriol?
Squeakycat wrote:Hmmm. Just discovered this separate thread on Vitamin D. Oh dear.
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