Thursday, October 18, 2007

Urine Analysis

I am a mom of a five year old boy with autism.I have an appointment with a natural path to see what she can do for my son.She mentioned a urine test, and I can not wait.The test will reveal toxins in his body.I think a urine test should be done after diagnosis of autism by their doctors, and shouldnt have to even be asked.What if autism is toxic poison like most assume?Then it would no longer really be autism, but poisoned babies.Why hasnt that ever concerned pediatrics.You think they would do all they could.They run test for Cancer and everything else, but autism they brush aside.A pediatric cant even tell you if your children appear to be this way you have tosee another doctor.When they went to school for pediatric care.Why are the symptoms of autism so similar to the Pink disease 100 years ago.That disease was Mercury poisoning from a teething product for children.It happened once it could happen again.If environmental toxins are so likely to be one of the causes why arent doctors doing urine anaysis for toxicity?It would prove how much of a factor it really plays in autism.I hope the world will realize that.

6 comments:

KOMUAReynolds said...

let us know what happens! :-)

Ms. Clark said...

Do you know the name of the lab that is doing the urine analysis?

Ms. Clark said...

Do you know the name of the lab that is doing the urine analysis? Did your doctor mail the urine to a distant lab or use a local lab?

AutismNewsBeat said...

Even if "most people" assume that autism is a toxic poison, that doesn't matter. Scientific certainty is not arrive at by popular vote. The fact is, there is no convincing evidence that autism is caused by toxins.

Health care fraud is an $80 billion a year business in the US, and autism is fertile ground for charlatans and quacks. That's the real story.

"What if autism is toxic poison like most assume?

Do'C said...

Why are the symptoms of autism so similar to the Pink disease 100 years ago.

They aren't.

- “Nonspecific symptoms such as anxiety, depression, and irrational fears may occur both in mercury poisoning and in children with autism, but overall the clinical picture of mercurism—from any known form, dose, duration, or age of exposure—does not mimic that of autism.”

Source

Matt said...

Why are the symptoms of autism so similar to the Pink disease 100 years ago

Compare the real symptoms of autism to the real sympoms of mercury poisoning. They are not the same.

Pink's disease:
http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/bhcv2/bhcarticles.nsf/pages/Pink_disease?OpenDocument

The symptoms include anaemia, lethargy, severe light sensitivity, skin rash and loss of appetite, weight and muscle tone.

It is a great example of why autism is NOT mercury poisoning.