This is especially true when it is caught early. When a person is first treated for Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome, the process ideally involves the patient getting better and better, a step at a time, on less and less medicine until the process is complete. When such patients then relapse, their condition doesn’t typically relapse immediately back to “square one.” Their symptoms tend to start getting worse step by step, especially under stressful circumstances. So if a person needed 3 cycles of T3 therapy with dosage levels as high as 82.8 mcg p.o. BID when initially treated, that same person might only need one cycle with doses up to 15 mcg/dose to easily treat a relapse. Relapses can often be much more easily treated when caught early (within days or weeks, as opposed to months or years), the earlier the better.