Hereditary Hemochromatosis is too much iron in the human body. It is the equivalent to a rusty boat sunken at sea. At sea rusticles are formed as the wrought iron begins to oxidize in the water. It is a bacteria slowly eating away at the metal. Too much iron accelerates mitochondrial decay and inflicts system-wide... Continue Reading →
.....and a cure for Hemochromatosis. I'm tired of being tired. Maybe an increase in social security disability this year to meet the actual cost in inflation? $2.40 per month is not happening.
Its obvious I'm not an artist. What I have diagramed is my own family history from what I know. Its a given because of my own genetic testing (positive for homozygous H63d Hemochromatosis genetic defect.) the above diagram is accurate. Personally I believe my father (passed age 84 January 2016) was also was homozygous. Given... Continue Reading →
A LITTLE MORE INFO TOO MUCH IRON (or too little iron; anemia) (I am a post menopausal woman. What I describe is my own personal journey for an accurate diagnosis followed by maintaining my iron level in a healthy range. Please use my information as a beginning. Add it in your own conversation with your doctor.) ... Continue Reading →
Here. Is s great example of how Hereditary Hemochromatisis is overlooked. It is easier to look at what is on hand; an apparent drunken patient who strongly denied alcohol abuse. https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/medical-mystery-alcoholism-didnt-cause-mans-diabetes-and-cirrhosis/2011/05/19/AGd0hdTH_story.html "She must be lying about how much alcohol she is using!" Aa alcoholic can easily forget how many bottles of beer they have had... Continue Reading →
A share from another site: http://celticcurse.org/cirrhosis-alcohol-ignorance-and-prejudice-welcome-to-hereditary-hemochromatosis/ ******************************* My next post https://h63d.com/2016/06/21/auntie-mabkes-little-bottke-of-booze/ is from a Washington Post article mentioned in the above post. It is eerily similar to what happened to me. Unfortunate it made me fearful of the medical profession which led to my diagnosis with HH being delayed by several years... Sometimes the truth... Continue Reading →