Just wanted to let you know I'm still following along, man.
thanks for the support man - just can't wait for these Nutreval results now. Its been 3 weeks and suspense is killing me.
On a slight positive consultant endo has agreed to an Oral Glucose Tolerance Test with Growth Hormone for a few weeks time so that will be another useful diagnostic tool
OnceI get full back ground of case, nutra eval , testing results then we will tear into this ...I also can bring in other specialists from USA here if need be on your case. This is the one of the perks of going to seminars a few times a month you get to meet great medical professionals from all different fields.
I am not a medical Dr, please keep in mind that this answer is for information purposes only, and is not intended to diagnose, treat or replace sound medical advice from your physician or health care provider.
Bump - sorry about this but need 20 more posts to be able to post links to my NutrEval tests for you guys to look at. They've just come through.
My NutrEval has just come through! Would really appreciate everyones help with having a look at it, especially yours Matrix.
I haven't uploaded the FACT1 part as I have zero food allergies or even intolerences to report. I'm fine with wheat and dairy which are two things I'd cut out but may not need to have.
The main body of the report though suggests I have a serious Vitamin C deficiency, a-lipoic acid deficiency and Lead only just within the reference range.
I moved into a new flat 01/10/10 and began to get ill 25/12/10. I finally moved out of the new flat 25/02/12 as my job is under the threat due to illness. Blood for the Nutreval was drawn 13/04/12 giving a few weeks for levels to fall and be just within the reference range.
I don't want to jump to conclusions but could this be the answer all along - lead poisoning. I eat 7 or 8 servings of fruit and veg per day so should be fine for Vit C, but doesn't Vit C get used up removing heavy metals?
Download link to the report is below if anyone is good with them. There are some othere values slightly high and low but lead would seem to be the stand out one due to its toxicity - explaining the RT3?
Also, my second adrenal stress index came back (first one earlier in the thread was December when cortisol was low) and now cortisol is HIGH! if anything. Pours further fire on the idea of adrenal 'fatigue'