With regard to infections and Parkinson’s disease, in my wife’s case, takingÂ B12, folic acid and other supplements were not effective inÂ raising her hemoglobin. I even tried that carao fruit advertised on theÂ web…nothing there either!
When she had a UTI infection 2 years ago, her hemoglobin droppedÂ drastically to 77, which is about 35 points below the min range!Â Therefore, we know that infections of various kinds do adversely affectÂ hemoglobin.
Infections and Parkinson’s Disease
Well, this is interesting. Perhaps her primary problem is rooted inÂ an infection. Have you been following my workÂ on the role of infections and Parkinson’s disease as they affect the function of the body and aggravate neurological symptoms? It may well Â be productive to pursue theÂ possibility that an infection is the primary culprit. I would certainly place it on my list of primary suspects.
It is well known that infections can cause Parkinson’s symptoms. Â Lyme disease, for example, presents the same symptoms asÂ Parkinson’s. We also have evidence that taking LDN reduces symptoms in some people. Â Low dose naltrexone (or LDN) boosts the immune system. When the immune system functions at peak capacity the body is able to eliminate the infections that can cause the symptoms.
I have aired a number of radio shows that speak to the connection of infections and Parkinson’s Disease. Â You can preview the shows over the past four years and listen to any that call out to you. They are all archived at this time”
Your fortune for the day is:
“Your determination to find the answerÂ will yield a positive outcome.”
All the best,
Robert Rodgers, PhD
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease