ELEVATED ESTROGEN IS FEARED BY THE MEDICAL PROFESSION, HOWEVER THE MEDICAL PROFESSION DOES NOT MEASURE TOTAL ESTROGEN. The medical profession is concerned about estrogen causing inflammation, allergies, autoimmunity and cancer, however the medical profession is NOT measuring total estrogen. Treating the medical EFFECTS of diseases in humans and in animals may be vital, but treating the […]
Extinction is Forever
My son and I created this painting and had it finished by Michael Meeker from the Museum of Natural History in LA, probably 30 years ago. It is 7 feet wide and 5 feet tall. It hung on the wall of my hospital for 30 years and it was to remind people that they should be thankful, as I am, to have the presence of an animal and be given the privilege of loving and caring for that animal.
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This website has been designed as an informational, medical website for PET OWNERS. The purpose of this website is to provide the PET OWNER with up-to-date, understandable, medical information and to share every PET OWNER'S discoveries and experiences that will help other PET OWNERS and their pets survive our ever changing world.
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It has been known for a long time that estrogen can cause a number of major health problems for humans and for animals. Biologists have recognized this for several years, and are trying to stop the use of estrogen mimicking pesticides. They have seen the impact in the Florida Everglades, where pesticides like Round Up […]
Part 2 – TOTAL ESTROGEN Hopefully Part 1 of ADRENAL FATIGUE explains to you how a deficient or defective cortisol can lead to elevated total estrogen in humans and in animals. When this hormone imbalance occurs, the elevated adrenal estrogen may cause the following problems in the body: It causes a deregulation of the immune […]
Part 1 – ACTIVE CORTISOL Adrenal Fatigue or hypoadrenia are unproven terms used by alternative medicine, to describe a condition of the adrenal glands, which are unable to produce proper amounts of hormone, mainly glucocorticoid, referred to as cortisol, which is produced in the middle layer adrenal cortex. This layer is referred to as the […]
Cortisol is one of the most important hormones produced in the body, and yet it is the most feared. Cortisol is a very important, natural hormone that is produced from the middle layer adrenal cortex, and must be produced in an active state, and in normal amounts, otherwise allergies, autoimmunity and cancer will occur. Unfortunately […]
Plechner’s Syndrome is one of the three most important syndromes effecting the adrenal cortex, the other two being Cushing’s Syndrome and Addison’s Syndrome. Plechner’s Syndrome, which I refer to as the Atypical Cortisol Estrogen Imbalance Syndrome (ACEIS), is better known to the public as Plechner’s Syndrome. It identifies the CAUSE of disease and not merely […]
Pertaining to my clinical veterinary studies, this article was an attempt to share my thoughts with my veterinary profession. The California Veterinarian found my article to be interesting enough to publish it in their journal in January of 1979. I also created this article titled The Theory of Endocrine Immune Surveillance which I would like […]
I began my clinical veterinary career in August of 1966, when I graduated from the University of California, School of Veterinary Medicine, Davis, California. One of my first thoughts in the early days of my veterinary practice was to wonder why steroid (CORTISOL) injections were so commonly used and why they seemed so effective. Since […]
My clinical veterinary studies over the past 48 years have identified two different conditions that will cause a dog to show all the signs of hypothyroidism and still produce normal thyroid hormones. The following is a list of clinical signs indicating that the dog is hypothyroid, even with the production of normal thyroid hormones: Weight […]