Walt47 wrote:Thank you NF52 for your prompt and informative response. I live in Cuenca, Ecuador and have the country's health plan. I have a follow up with the Spanish doctor, who speaks little English, on the 30th but don't think he's going to respond well to my not following his protocol of bad side effect drugs. Thank you for your kindness and understanding.
We are excited to have you join us at ApoE4.info. Looks like NF52 has given you some great advice as to your radiology results. Hoping your Dr. will respond better than you anticipate at your follow up appointment. To prepare for that visit here are some areas you might like to explore to gain knowledge about AD and what protocols and lifestyle options may work for you that may help convince your Dr. of the path you wish to take: The Primer is amazing, giving you great information about ApoE4 and the journey to prevention, reversal and stopping AD, one of our of our most active members, Stavia, put it together she is a Dr. and E4/E4 herself, she truly put her heart into writing it; this page will help you learn how to use the site more efficiently "How-To" Get the most out of the ApoE4.info website; and the Wiki Page, is where you will find specific topics that can help you get started, and delve a little deeper. Also, to find information on specific topics please click on the search icon (spyglass), upper right of your screen, here you can modify your search to specific topics, such as specific drug therapies and lifestyle options. You will find there are many scientific papers quoted here, most have been read and reviewed by one or more of our members which gives us even more insight into AD and various treatments.
When the time is right for you we would love to hear a little more about you, your story, you can post it on the Our Stories forum.
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