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“While not perfection, this is consistently the best I’ve felt and functioned in many years” – Jay Carlberg

Issues covered in the account below:

  • Side effects

…I decided it’s time to post my success since there’s been enough time to convince me it is here to stay.

I started my first trial about 2 mos. ago. Only got to 37.5 mcg. and decided to wean because of unacceptable side effects (hyper… couldn’t sleep, heart palpitations, flu-like feeling). As I weaned down, my temp. hit 98.6 at 15 mcg. I stayed there and felt great for 2 weeks before completely weaning.

Just as I was finishing that cycle, my temp. slipped and I felt much like before treatment. On the second cycle I only got to 22.5 mcg. and had to drop back to 15 mcg. where, again, my temp. locked in at 98.6. This all had me confused and didn’t seem to follow the pattern I’d read about.

After some dosage experimentation, much reading, and analyzing my self-made charts/graphs from previous weeks, it became evident that I am hypothyroid (low) in addition to having Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome. The Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome treatment brought me back into the arena of Life, but I now must use varying doses of T3 to supplement my own thyroid production and keep my temp. at the right level. (15 mcg. daytime, 7.5 evening… plus 12.5 mcg. T4 with each dose)

While not perfection, this is consistently the best I’ve felt and functioned in many years. I am much more upbeat and positive, can do a great deal more physically (yard work, exercise, etc.), have a much clearer mental faculty, and generally feel like I can deal with life again. I’ve even lost 4 lbs. in the past 4 weeks… without changing my eating habits!!

Admittedly, I had serious doubts about the Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome therapy along the way. But with nowhere else to turn, I stuck with it and the protocol proved itself….. and, that Dr. Wilson is the Real McCoy. My hat is off to you, sir.

To God I am grateful for people like Dr. Wilson, for the Internet, and for all forms of Revealed/Discovered Truth which assist people like me in having more meaningful and productive lives, again or for the first time.


Jay Carlberg

About the Author:

Denis Wilson, MD described Wilson 's Temperature Syndrome in 1988 after observing people with symptoms of low thyroid and low body temperature, yet who had normal blood tests. He found that by normalizing their temperatures with T3 (without T4) their symptoms often remained improved even after the treatment was discontinued. He was the first doctor to use sustained-release T3.

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