Re: Best tests for chelation results?
- --- In Autism-Mercury@y..., "Barb Romkema" <jromkema@f...> wrote:
> We test about every three months. That seems like a long time, butit gets
> pricey even at that schedule because of all the supplements. Wetested urine
> during the DMSA phase, then after we added the ALA we tested feces.We did
> try hair the last time but I didn't feel that was satisfactory,although it
> was interesting to compare to his first hair analysis.as white
> We also test a number of other things that Dr. Amy recommends, such
> cell count, liver function etc. It's a good way to make sure thechelating
> isn't depleting his body too much.That is because there is no legitimate information on this. The only
> -----Original Message-----
> From: klevsen <klevsen@y...>
> To: Autism-Mercury@y... <Autism-Mercury@y...>
> Date: Wednesday, December 05, 2001 8:33 PM
> Subject: [Autism-Mercury] Best tests for chelation results?
> >Hello everyone. I have been reading and searching here for awhile,
> >trying to prepare for a trial of chelation very soon. We will be
> >doing this without a doctor. I am finally feeling more confident
> >about the actual process of chelation (I will be using DMSA and ALA
> >with Andy's schedule), but I am having trouble finding information
> >about testing to see the results of chelation.
real test is your subjective impression of progress. No laboratory
test is available to measure the relevant parameter