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You're asking a LOT
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Mary Ann,

What you are basically saying to me is: fix all my problems in one email! You have a LOT of problems that could be a TON of different things and you've not given me a lot to go on.

But first things first, you DON'T get memory problems to the extent that you need to see a neurologist because of stress. There is MUCH more going on with you to have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, depression and memory problems. Next, your father's cause of death had absolutely nothing to do with calcium levels and everything to do with cancer. The high calcium level was simply a result of the cancer and was 'incidental', you don't have high calcium levels as a cause of your death so PLEASE don't even take that into consideration in your case.

But with so many problems and so much stress, you need a huge tune up in a BIG way that I just can't do in one short post. However, I DO suggest that you CAREFULLY and THOROUGHLY read my pages on:

Fibromyalgia Cause

Fibromyalgia and Magnesium

Adrenal Gland Fatigue

Gluten Sensitivity

and just about EVERYTHING else on my site. If you want to get better and stop being so sick, you'll need to make some MAJOR lifelong changes. You didn't get this way overnight and, while I believe that you CAN get better, you'll need to take your health into your own hands and DECIDE to get better and take some major steps to do so.

I'd be happy to help, but someone with as many problems as you would likely benefit much more from one of my Functional Medicine Consultations than you would reading a couple of pages on a website.

Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
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by: Anonymous

Have your ENDO check you for it

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