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The Hemochromatosis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), and Fibromyalgia Lapovers 2012 Leslie

e N. Johnston, D.V.M.

I do have Hemochromatosis, and find it rather interesting after being diagnosed by a physician for Fibromyalgia (fibrositis at that time) that this is associated also with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome among over 100 other signs, symptoms or diseases. It did not take a rocket scientist to tell me that I also had and self-diagnosed myself for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and Irritable Bowel Syndrome. From self experience and research I have found that these four conditions very much overlap and intermesh with each other like pine needles falling from pine trees. I have prepared the following chart of these four conditions along with some of the symptoms, signs, and diseases that are associated with each other below:
Hemochromatosis or Iron Overload or Too Much Iron * * * * * * * * * * 1 Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or (CFS) * * * * * * * * * * Irritable Bowel Syndrome or (IBS) * * * * * * * * *

Signs, Symptoms Or Diseases Hemochromatosis Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Irritable Bowel Syndrome Fibromyalgia Heart Palpatations Cardiac Arrythmia Elevated Liver Enzymes Alcohol Intolerance Arthritis Libido

Fibromyalgia * * * * * * * * * *

Mitral Valve Prolapse Headaches Nausea Chronic Sore Throat Heat/Cold Sensitivity and/or Intolerance Increased Severe PMS Metallic/Bad Taste in Mouth Anxiety Hypothyroidism Viral Syndrome Immunodeficiency Syndrome Lactose Intolerance Confusion Small Testicles Gout Hand Pains Forgetting Things Osteoporosis Osteopenia Diabetes I and II Brain Fog Gastric Ulcers Nose Bleed High Mean Cell Volume (MCV) Low White Blood Cell Count (WCB) Low pH Stomach Costochondritis Panic Attacks Weight Gain Weight Loss Hypoparathyroid Disease Hypoparathyroidism Loss of Hair Pituitary Gland Problems Sarcoidosis Cortisol Levels Gall Bladder Abdominal Pain GERD Esophageal Varices

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For references you can do as I did, and that is to type the condition followed by Hemochromatosis, or the condition followed by IBS, or the condition followed by CFIDS, or the condition followed by Fibromyalgia. With a little research you can prove what I have put in this chart. You can also go to my other papers on this web page for more references. The deal is, if you have been diagnosed for Fibromyalgia, CFIDS, or IBS, and you have any one of the signs, symptoms or diseases listed above, and if you have not had the tests for Hemochromatosis performed at the same time, then you are going to the wrong doctor. The normal tests for Hemochromatosis are: CBC, an iron panel consisting of TIBC and/or UIBC, ferritin, and serum iron. Often, to help in the confirmation, you could have genetic studies performed as well.

Leslie N. Johnston, D.V.M.