Why Do You have Bacteria in Your Blood?

Chad, 

I think I know why you have bacteria in your blood.

Because your immune system is busy attacking YOU and not what it is supposed to be. 

(Same concern an oil spill cleanup worker just shared with me ... he has bacteria in his blood and concern for getting infections that don't heal)  

At first I thought it was because teeth were falling out and that would be an access to your blood. But then I didn't realize until recently that the main problem is with the immune system, most likely.

And the horrible joint pain ... could also be an autoimmune condition, much like rheumatoid arthritis only aiming at the joints (?)
Mother Margaret
 
 
 

 Autoimmune - Many things are autoimmune

For the chemical I share on,  think about these things
Do you remember when a fatigue hit? http://www.valdezlink.com/gwv/symptoms.htm#daughter
Do you remember a time when your eyes burned and hurt and your urine turned dark?
The autoimmune hemolytic anemia goes undiagnosed, I believe because it fools the basic blood info doctors take
Ask what the retic rate is   www.valdezlink.com/check_blood.htm#retic
It goes from a high number with an acute exposure to 2-butoxyethanol type chemicals and for years will be in normal range; and even when under normal rate for making new red blood cells, the other numbers can still look OK
Ask the age of red blood cells; their size and their shape
What are the membranes like?
Is there trace blood in urine, for first years after the fatigue hits
They can test directly for this autoimmune hemolytic anemia, but they don't because, they don't think it is there.

Check out some products that contain this chemical   2_butoxyethanol_in_these.htm

AND

Why I'm looking into this chemical exposure

Dr Reg, Could the study work with those who find the fatigue we may be working with those who heretofore have not found the fatigue

This is the identifying marker for 2-butoxyethanol harm

... all other symptoms are  'all over the board'

 How large a study group is needed? 

Margaret
 

 

A Study of a help for the Immune System

The model is:

1. A interested, qualified principle professional investigator (that knows all we can provide is product at no cost)  that will direct in choosing- http://www.valdezlink.com/gwv/symptoms.htm

2. A definable test(s) to give objective data to correlate with a quantitative clinical assessment form for serial application.  A general quality of life self-assessment is also maintained (virtually any health challenge improves during the study).

3. A population with the same diagnosis and abnormal findings in the above  #2

4. Divide 20 such patients into two match groups for severity, sex, race, age as much a possible.  All get standard medical management and for any and all complications that may come up.

5. Half will be the intervention group the other controls.  At appropriate intervals the base line evaluation will be repeated.  At anytime the intervention group is doing significantly better than the controls, the controls only are crossed over and the study continues. 

If there are donors for funds to do the study, the Fisher Institute for Medical Research can accept funds and give you a receipt for the donation that is ear-marked for this or any study so designated.

Dr Reg

1-27-05

What does an acute exposure 

to a chemical such as 2-butoxythanol 

look like?

If the doctor had checked the 'retic' rate  

when Maggie's daughter 'crawled' in to see him 

after her 'flu-like' symptoms ... 

it should have been quite elevated

Easy share version of acquired autoimmune hemolytic anemia

Bacteria in Blood?

& Herniated discs?  http://www.valdezlink.com/re/andherniateddiscs.htm