I wish we knew what all your results meant. Maybe Boondoc could take a look.
I have Rheumatoid Arthritis
and have monthly blood tests, including ESR, CRP (inflammation markers) and liver function tests periodically as well.
No-one alerted me to any changes for better or worse whilst I was on the Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
. I only got a quick look at them myself on the computer screen, but any that are out of range come up in red, and none did.
There was one difference though, and that was that my ESR (inflammation test) went down to just 8. My CRP (a similar but more accurate test) stayed up high where I would expect it to be given my symptoms, so I don't think it meant that my Arthritis
was settling necessarily. The ESR test is quite crude (just the rate of blood falling in a test tube after it has been spun round I think), and can be affected by lots of things, including having malformed red blood cells. I just wondered, what with the Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
being a weak oxidiser, whether it was malforming some of my red blood cells. I don't want to alarm anyone, as it gave me no symptoms, and my ESR tests are back to normal again 2 months later. I just thought it was worth a mention.
To get back to my main point, nothing bad happened to my blood during this time, haemoglobin stayed fine, white blood cells were fine, iron levels fine, etc. But this one very crude test seemed to not be giving accurate results for the duration of the time that I took the Miracle-Mineral-Supplement
. If anyone can weigh in, I'm all ears.