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undiagnosed22
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Hi Everyone,

My lab tests show extremely high HUman Trans Growth Fact. Beta 1 results. My appointment isnt until next week though. Does anyone know what this means?

Thanks a bunch!

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Up please
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it is a confusing test. Mine was elevated as well. this site explains a little bit about it. http://www.justanswer.com/health/6n1kp-blood-test-back-human-trans-growth-fact-beta.html
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Thanks so much!Does anyone know how to get it down?
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My LLNP told me that this is a marker for inflammation in the body. In my case, it was very high before having an infected tooth extracted. My levels were normal a few months after the tooth was extracted.

The use of cholestyramine may have helped as well. Our bodies can become badly inflamed if loaded with neurotoxins from die-off (or mold) combined with detoxing problems. (Just restarted this)

http://www.survivingmold.com/diagnosis/lab-tests

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