Saturday, April 25, 2009
Monday, April 20, 2009
Bounce does not have an autoimmune disease; his blood work does however reveal a significant bacterial infection. The bacterial infection is displayed by his high percentage (72%) of segmented neutrophils and low percentage (23%) of lymphocytes. For an autoimmune disease to present there must be, at the minimum, low percentage of segmented neutrophils and high percentage of lymphocytes; if you notice this is the exact opposite relationship of these two variables. This latter pattern could also represent a viral infection but I was looking to see if at least the last one was in Bounce’s blood work. If this is still confusing dear just email back. The differential count of a CBC can tell us so much when you know what the specific patterns and relations of its test results represent.
I am delighted to hear that Bounce has not lost any more hair since using my Total Immune Health solution. This is exactly what I would expect if a bacterial infection was the cause of Bounce’s hair loss. I expect Bounce’s hair to grow back Sandra but what had to happen first was the loss had to stop; this is an indication that bacterial infection is no longer getting worse.
I was happy to receive Bounce’s blood work and discover that he is not suffering from an autoimmune disease. This is a great relief. What his blood work did reveal is a significant bacterial infection which could certainly explain Bounce’s apparent alopecia. I know nothing better to take of a bacterial infection that my Total Immune Health; keep him at the dosage I recommended; i.e. 4 scoops X 3. Has his hair loss stopped or is it still continuing?