Hormone Therapy in CFS

Hormone therapy in CFS can be very problematic because the issue of intervention or non-intervention seems to revolve around the question of whether the apparent hormone deficits observed either by testing or on clinical grounds are a primary event or secondary event and need treatment or whether the apparent hormones deficits observed are actually part of a broader adaptation to solve a deeper problem. One of the ways to get at this question is to use the Echocardiographic Terrain Map or ETM and test the patient’s energetic reactions by IVRT criteria to various interventions done on the echo table in real time using either sub-lingual or transdermal therapy with various hormones.

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