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  1. Michael Murphy
    Oct 24 - 12:58 pm


    Excellent article, thank you for putting this piece together. I wonder how those of us with a partial empty Sella (and Male & skinny) relate to these regions of the brain being impacted.


    • Jacob Teitelbaum MD
      Oct 24 - 8:19 pm

      With Empty Sella, I find it is especially to treat for hormonal deficiencies, not relying on the lab normal ranges, but rather based on the person’s symptoms and reponse to treatment with the hormones

      • madonna Thompson
        Oct 25 - 3:12 pm

        I’m new here i have fibro and all of what was mentioned in the article. Help me

  2. Rod
    Oct 24 - 3:55 pm

    I’ve always thought, with my own case of CFS, which included the brain fog and also bloated gut problems, that the ANS is the key. I still believe that, but now even more stronglhy.

    • Cort Johnson
      Oct 24 - 5:10 pm

      Me too; my gut issues and orthostatic intolerance issues have gone hand in hand. I just feel the ANS and the blood vessels are a major part of the problem….Thankfully – of what limited research there is in ME/CFS – the ANS is getting some good attention.

  3. Susan
    Oct 24 - 5:06 pm

    Thanks, Cort. Looking forward to your next installment.

  4. Barbara
    Oct 24 - 5:12 pm

    same brain regions may be involved with dementia. Coincidence?

  5. Tom K
    Oct 24 - 6:29 pm

    Thanks Cort.

    By the way, Gudrun Lange isn’t a medical doctor so I’m pretty sure can’t be called a neurologist. A “neuropsychologist” might do the trick.

    • Cort Johnson
      Oct 25 - 1:43 pm

      Thanks Tom

      I looked her up – yes, she’s a clincal neuropsychologist and a professor.

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