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Re: Indicator of chronic fatigue syndrome found in gut bacteria


Why do you suspect pituitary problems, nothing has shown up for it. I have had loads of tests done on him and he has had brain scan.

All problems started with intestinal dysbiosis wreaking havoc on his immune system. I had the alternative tests done and he seemed to fit in with mitochondrial problems, antioxadant has been a real help.

He sees one of the best endocrinologists for his testosterone problems.

I won't go into what it's cost because many people on here might not be able to afford to go to the places I have accessed
but I have reached out for help. He has been lucky enough according to my local MP to have seen some of the finest people in the country within the NHS.

I have not been on these forums for a long time since recently but I have always been messaging people and in contact with people on Curezone ever since I first came onto the forums a number of years ago. I wanted to say something when I noticed the quality of the forum was suffering but seems to be running well now.
 

 
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