Thank you for joining us for our 2nd Cabral HouseCall of the weekend!
I’m looking forward to sharing with you some of our community’s questions that have come in over the past few weeks…
Let’s get started!
Jessica: Thank you for all you do! I have learned so much about healing myself though your podcast and running your tests as well as doing the functional medicine detox and the heavy metal detox! For my question… I know the benefits of infrared sauna. I have also heard that for women with breast implants it can cause those heavy metals to leak out of them. I was hoping that you could shed some light on this and advise if women with implants should in fact use an infrared sauna? Thank you so much!
Anonymous: Dr. Cabral, I am curious if you have any experience with long term effects of meningococcal meningitis. I had it when I was an infant and, from what I was told, it was very severe. I am now 28 and struggle with very poor gut motility and overall circulation, causing unbearable constipation/trapped gas and a multitude of of problems in cold weather with my hands and feet. I don’t know if there is any connection between these problems and my illness as an infant, but it is really the only major trauma event that could have caused something. I exercise daily, get good sleep, and eat extremely clean. I’ve tried cutting out nearly every type of food to see if there was a culprit on my plate, but to no avail. I’ve seen every doctor, ran FM more labs than I can afford, and am still left confused.
Danica: Hi Dr. Cabral! I was recently diagnosed with adenomyosis. I can’t find much in your past podcasts about it, so I was hoping you could talk a little about ideas for natural remedies. The main treatments are hysterectomy and uterine artery embolization, neither of which I want to do. I appreciate you!
Anonymous: Hi Dr Cabral, last 2 years I’ve had painful cystic acne on my upper back, many UTIs, & earlier this year I got impetigo around my mouth at the same time as I was battling hand food mouth. also get athletes foot in winter. Because of these issues, I’ve been thinking I maybe have a staphylococcus bacteria problem as this seems to be what many functional medicine drs believe can cause cystic acne. Candida metabolic vitamins test didn’t seem to show elevated bacterial markers, but showed my vitamin C level at zero. Other labs showed CRP is at 16. I’m 34 & eat well, but stressed with small kids. In 2021, my cortisol was flatlined low all day. My TSH is borderline hyper. Question: 1) what are your thoughts? 2) what type of lab test can I run to specifically check for a staph infection?
Shannon: Hi Dr. Cabral, I appreciate your time and insight and have enjoyed learning so much from you on these podcasts. My twelve year old son has been having chronic headaches for at least 5 months now. In addition, he had alopecia post C in 2020 (his hair has mostly grown back now however his upper eyelashes are still missing), plus allergies to dust, mold, cats, dogs, grass, and some trees. He is congested with very poor sense of smell all the time. I am beginning to think his headaches are due to sinusitis and possibly that his eyelashes aren’t growing back because of the constant inflammation in his eyes. I would appreciate any advice as to how to help him. I have him on Quercitin , Vit. C and nettle tea already. Thank you.
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