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“I captured my temperature in one cycle. I am 95% cured” – Samantha

Issues covered in the account below:

  • Anxiety / Panic attacks
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

…In January of 1996, my symptoms had progressed so much that I couldn’t eat or drink anything without some form of a sensitivity. For three weeks straight, I drank only ginger ale because I was so terrified. My old family doctor wanted to take me off my T4 because he thought that I was getting hyperthyroid. He was wrong but I was still terrified. I thought that I was dying. My compulsion to avoid food lead to obsessive compulsive disorder.

I had full blown OCD. I remember the horror I faced inside myself when I was told I had to take medication. I would break out in a sweat, my heart would race. I wished I could die but I was terrified by the thought of death. I was sensitive to almost every medication that I took.

My present family doctor decided that we had to deal with the fear of medicine first. Without overcoming my OCD, I could not progress further in treatment. We started cognitive therapy, Paxil (for the panic attacks) and I saw an environmental specialist who discovered my fourteen food and drug sensitivities. (In fact the T4 that I was taking had phenol in it. I am very sensitive to phenol.)

Dr. Mickelson used VEGA testing to discover my sensitivities. It measures skin resistance by using a metal probe. It is completely non-invasive. This helped me immensely in accepting my condition. Once I avoided the things that triggered negative reactions, I felt so much better. That started me on the road to recovery. I had my OCD under control in about two months. I still had some physical symptoms of Wilson’s. But on the whole I felt so good.

Last summer I decided that the new T4 just wasn’t helping for very long. That’s when Dr. M. decided that I try T3. I started my first and only cycle (I captured my temperature in one cycle. It has been normal for five months now.)

Initially, I was still apprehensive about the treatment. But as I applied my cognitive therapy I soon realized that the strange twitches I was feeling were there before I ever started T3. My doctors and research confirmed that T3 is naturally present in our bodies since birth. We have always had it in us. It is not a drug that is foreign to our bodies. It is a God-send.

I am overwhelmed with a sense of gratitude to T3 and Dr. Wilson’s treatment. Without it, I would still be living in that hell I used to call my life. Now I am so happy, so alive. I am 95% cured. And with treatment I bet you can be too.

God bless and I hope that I have helped in some small way.


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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