Welcome to our 1st post in our Fibromyalgia series. In this series, you will discover the symptoms, causes and natural remedies for fibromyalgia. If you are searching for a natural fibromyalgia cure, then this is the place to be. At Natural Cures, we work tirelessly to bring you the best information on natural remedies so you can live your best life.
In today’s video, you will discover:
- The 2 main fibromyalgia diagnosis tests
- What they test for
- Which diagnosis tests are most effective
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Today we’re looking at fibromyalgia diagnosis and the different types of fibromyalgia diagnosis tests.
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So let’s dive straight in.
When it comes to diagnosing fibromyalgia, Alternative Medicine Practitioners rely on both conventional and nonconventional diagnostic tests.
Let’s look at the difference between the conventional and nonconventional diagnostics tests for fibromyalgia.
Conventional medical tests for fibromyalgia will include things like:
- blood, stool, and urine tests
- stress tests
- And testing of the thyroid gland
In addition to these, they will usually do tests to determine their patients` nutritional profile. This will check for things like:
- imbalances and deficiencies
- hair analysis
- DMSA challenge test
- functional liver detoxification profile, and other tests.
This will assess the toxicity of the body`s cells, glands, and tissues. Stress and hormone tests will determine overall functioning of the endocrine system and possible hormonal imbalances.
Now let’s look at the Nonconventional tests for fibromyalgia:
The most often used are darkfield blood analysis and electrodermal screening (EDS), both of which are capable of revealing health issues that other diagnostic tests can miss.
Darkfield microscopy involves the use of a darkfield microscope. Unlike traditional microscopes, a darkfield microscope is specially adapted to be able to examine live blood cells that are then magnified onto a video screen (a bit like a video projector). Physicians who are trained in this diagnostic technique will be able to detect evidence of illness via:
- distortions in the walls of the blood cells
- spot harmful microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi, and viruses in the bloodstream.
These types of microorganisms are commonly found in the bloodstream of fibromyalgia patients.
Electrodermal screening (or EDS) is a noninvasive diagnostic technique. This measures the electrical output of specific points on the hands, face, or feet that correlate to acupuncture meridian points at the beginning or end of energy meridians.
The electrical signals given off at these points provides information about the health status of the body`s organs and organ systems, and can also be used to detect the presence of toxins, energy and hormonal imbalances, and harmful microorganisms. In the hands of a highly skilled EDS practitioner, EDS can often detect hidden contributing factors for fibromyalgia, even when other sophisticated testing methods fail to do so because of the fact that both health and disease are first and foremost the results of balanced or imbalanced energy.