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Re: Exotic tests Ed O`Flaherty

Posted by barbaracat on December 12, 2004, at 16:31:31

In reply to Re: Exotic tests, posted by Ed O`Flaherty on December 11, 2004, at 15:51:42

Hi Ed,
I've always suspected a pyrrole disorder in my father. He fit the classic definition and I believe his violence was now due to this. Poor man. Complete with skin blotching, sunburn, etc. Although alot of my internal feelings sound similar to a kryptopyrrole disorder, I have none of the outward signs. I tan beautifully, no paleness or blotchniess of pigment, no white spots in fingernails which are long and healthy. Have you found in your practice this kind of mixed signs with these chemical disorders? I would think in the case of pyrrole disorder it would manifest outwardly as well. On the other hand, if my father likely had it, genetically I would be suspect as well.

I have been to the Pfeiffer website many times. Have you heard about the Olive Garvey Center which does similar testing? Here's there website. I've heard good things about it and their superior followup compared to Pfeiffer's.

> As regards Fibromyaslgia I have found it useful to prescribe naltrexone 4.5mg at bedtime.After a few months patients seem to be a good deal better painwise and in better form too.See regards the Pfeiffer tests I know they do over a hunded tests but I cannot go into the details here. It costs over $3,000 to get those tests done there.It seems to me to be a good long-term investment in one`s mental health-it can be done in a day and they visit different places around the states too.Mind you,you will have to buy various nutrients in due course but many people with rapid cycling bipolar for example have only a kryptopyrrole disorder which I have seen improve greatly in a matter of weeks.See would like to acknowledge how much I have learned from their experience. I do some of the Pfeiffer tests in my own practice in Ireland and as a result there are many people whose mental health has improved greatly,especially young people or those who are ill for less than 10 years.




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