Does anyone know of a toxicologist or a toxicology website that could handle a challenge? My family and I are suffering from what can only be some type of neurotoxin, probably heavy metal, that we're getting exposed to in some very odd way. The list of symptoms goes on forever, but all lead back to heavy metal toxicity. Unfortunately, such a thing isn't common enough for a general practicioner to readily diagnose, and I'm not willing to invest the huge amounts of time (time I'm not really sure we have left) to allow a doctor to work through all the other "possible" causes I've already eliminated. I need to find out what poison we're being exposed to and how to best deal with it. I've spent vast amounts of time researching this thing and I'm hitting some dead ends and need some kind of fresh input.
The people who "care" about us have labled me as paranoid for thinking we're "being poisoned," meanwhile I can only watch as myself, my wife, and my son go through what can only be described as a living ***l with symptoms that range from brutal migraines to cronic constipation to extreme fatigue to horrible stomach pains and, the worst, the extreme apathetic depression (that we all THREE experience at the same time) that just can never end well. I've tried being patient with it, but we're dying from this stuff and we just want it to stop already.
I'm not going to list all the details here (since it could fill a book), but we've experimented in many different ways and proven over and over again that it's not in our heads or that I'm just crazy to think it's some type of poison. I'm open to the possibility I may be wrong, but it wouldn't be because of being crazy.
Just to be fair, I would be more than willing to go over the details with someone who could responsibly and objectively evaluate my sanity concerning the situation, but not dying is still my biggest priority at the moment. If you are a mental professional and are curious to check out my sanity (or the lack thereof), great. But the off-the-cuff "mental problems" diagnosis without reviewing any real amount of the information isn't going to be helpful.
Anyone have any helpful suggestions?
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