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    Untreated SARD

In some cases, time is really of the essence. This 12-year-old dog had been suffering from increased appetite, “dribbling”, confusion, and agitation since the onset of SARDS. He also had a long history of itchy eyes and, as the owner described, a “glass” stomach (chronic GI upset). This note came eight weeks after vision loss.

—Caroline Levin

 
Caroline,

Our beloved Dandy passed away yesterday—suddenly—we believe it was cardiac arrest.

We had the labwork done. For what it’s worth, he was in that classic adrenal exhaustion state you described. He passed the day we were to start the protocol.

Still too devastated to say more.
Thank you for your help.

Connie

Laboratory values where as follows:

Normal range:
total estrogen
25.16
H20.00-25.00 pg/l
cortisol
0.68
L2.00-6.50 ug/dL
T3
61.83
50.00-180.00 ng/dL
T4
1.29
L1.50-4.00 ug/dL
IgA
53
L100-200 mg/dL
IgG
1018
L1250-2000 mg/dL
IgM
94
L100-200 mg/dL