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Buttar's Tests Simplified

1. OK Becky....help me to get this straight. I have 1 CDSA w/para and one Doctor's Data urine toxic metals test kits in my closet. I do not have the TD-DMPS yet. Should I do these tests before? I know you had mentioned that we need a baseline to go from BEFORE any chelation occurred. It's the CDSA that costs a fortune that I am most hesitant about. I just don't

Jane,

I like Buttar's updated Aug Protocol better than the other one because it explains the tests better. I wish we would of had this BEFORE we did our testing because of the original confusing protocol, we did not do some of these tests in the correct order! Let me outline it since it is still confusing. This again, is how he is doing it with HIS patients only, but at least you get to see where and when to do a specific test you want done.

TESTS PRIOR TO TD-DMPS:
(1) CDSA with parasitology (He likes Doctor's Data because of the mycology results on this particular lab. He said he can address this issue far better with this lab then any others) We had done Great Smokies Lab but will now switch to Doctor's Data
(2) Standard Labs (CBS with Differential, Chemistry, Lipids, Thyroid Panel with TSH, Iron Profile)
(3) RBC Doctor's Data lab
(4) OAT Great Plains lab
(5) Cardiogenomics We used Integrative Theraputics Lab
GIVE CHILD CHALLENGE DOSE OF TD-DMPS (This is double the amount)

TESTS POST CHALLENGE:
(1) Urine Toxic Elements (Make sure this includes the "metals", and the "elements" as I
understand Doctor's Data has seperated the kits now (I have not verified this). It
is the "elements" part of the test which will guide you as to whether you have a
mineral depletion problem.
(2) Hair Elements Doctor's Data
(3) Fecal Elements Doctor's Data

TESTS EVERY 2 MONTHS FOR THE NEXT 12 MONTHS:
(1) Standard Labs
(2) Hair Elements
(3) Urine Toxic Elements
(4) Fecal Elements
(5) RBC
(6) OAT

+++++Important Factors to watch for:
Watch the WBC for transient leukocytosis
Watch Bun/Creat for renal function
Watch Iron levels for iatrogenic depletion
TESTS EVERY 6 MONTHS:
(1) CDSA with parasitology

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