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Laboratory diagnostics

A starting position is important for you and for me. Therefore, in addition to the detailed anamnesis, certain laboratory analyzes are also important for holistic regulation therapy.

The basis of the regulation is the hair mineral analysis as well as the test for the epigenetic needs  according to Walsh (zinc in plasma, copper in serum, ceruloplasmin, homocysteine, histamine in whole blood, KPU urine and methyl donor urine).

The hair mineral analysis and the two urine tests can be carried out conveniently at home.

Very important: Do this at the beginning of the week from Mon-Wed , otherwise you may not be able to evaluate it as it remains over the weekend.

Since I am not allowed to draw blood myself, this is done in the drop-in laboratory right next to my practice around the corner from the market hall. Blood is taken on Mondays or Tuesdays between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm . You can then go directly to the drop-in laboratory, everything is stored there. They sign up with their name and say that they are from my practice. The analyzes will then be picked up by the courier at around 4pm. If you live further away, I will send you the test tubes for the blood draw. You would then have to have this removed by your family doctor and send it in directly.

In addition to the basic analyzes, other tests such as a hormone saliva test (please also do this at the beginning of the week from Mon-Wed ), thyroid gland with antibodies, microbiome stool analysis and organic acids can be useful. Saliva tests for a treatment with bioidentical hormones cannot be done individually; the basis is also provided by the hair mineral analysis and the epigenetic tests. Bioidentical hormones are not part of the standard program of holistic regulation. I only use them when I believe there is a need. This can be, for example, as a bridge to relieve the strain or as a final support when the metabolism has regulated, but certain hormones are no longer sufficiently produced for various reasons (age, living conditions, operations, etc.). The body normally produces enough by itself once the metabolism has regulated. Bioidentical hormones can be a blessing, but also a curse. It has to be handled very carefully. Not every metabolic situation is suitable for this. It needs good support and regular checks until the body has adjusted.

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