Re: My Liver Biopsy and Blood Test Results April 10, 2003
Good morning we spoke back in February about my previous
experience or lack of it with the medical people. We
spoke about my high iron content, and how my liver doctor
reacted poorly when I spoke out about him not doing my
HCV viral load count. We talked briefly about the
doctor suggested of having a liver biopsy you suggested
I did not need it and you were right. But as I had
insurance to pay for it and a very good medical facility,
I went ahead and had it done. It came out quite
well I was told. I will e-mail a copy of the biopsy
report hopefully attached to this e-mail. It read
final diagnosis: right lobe liver: liver with
mild chronic hepatitis consistent with hepatitis
C etiology. grade one stage two. TRYCHROME STAIN
(CONTROL POSTIVE) demonstrates focal periportal
firbrousis. RETICULIN STAIN (CONTROL POSTIVE)
demonstrates the lobular architecture. IRON STAIN
(CONTROL POSITIVE) does not demonstrate
I spoke to my doctor's receptionist today and once again
asked her to fax me my heptic panel results. She
told me a doctor said there were no changes in my results
and I should try to lose some way and see in six months.
Well Lloyd as you know I am no doctor but when I read
my blood results my ferritin,
serum went from 626
TO 587 a drop of
39 points my AST
level went from 95 to 55
a drop of 40 points my viral
load went from 764,000
to 583,000 IU/MLa
difference of 181,000.lower yet the doctor claims
ther has been no change.
It looks like a good change to me with a lower number
would do you think Lloyd? I know I feel great, and
my friends tell me I look much better. I know that
your knowledge and your program works for me. I
have also noticed that my skin looks much better, and
believe it or not, my mostly gray hair is turning dark
again unbelievable, thanks to you so much of my life has
changed for the better.
I am now going to attempt to send you copies of all my
latest tests and results hope all is well for you.
Doctors do not consider anything important unless they
Your iron is to high, your AST and ALT drop is significant.
Your viral load did go down.
Doctors do not consider the viral load drop of this amount
important because they see a rapid rise and fall in them
and think it is normal but it is not. The rapid
rise and fall is due to mostly things they prescribe.
Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B vaccines, Flu Vaccines, Mood
elevators, antibiotics, a whole list of things cause the
rapid rise in viral load. I will shortly put a list
on the site on its own page.
I suggest you keep up the good work and just use your
doctor for blood tests and try and not engage him or he
may crumble like Sadam.