By Alfred J. Plechner, D.V.M.

When you are told that a disease, in you or your pet, is due to an immune deficiency, what tests are being done to prove this? You need to make sure that this therapy is not going to be harmful for you or your pet.

Before an immune stimulator is prescribed, make sure that the immune system is not merely deregulated and destabilized, so that stimulating this imbalance may not turn into disaster.

The main immune cells are not only, not providing their function of protection, but are primed to start attacking the patient. Why allow an immune stimulator to make the situation worse, by not measuring these parameters ahead of time with, Atypical Cortisol Estrogen Imbalance Syndrome (ACEIS) or as the public refers to it as Plechner’s Syndrome?

The only immune deficiency present is an antibody deficiency from the B lymphocyte. The other immune functions of both B and T cells are in a deregulation state, and cannot only, not protect the body, but are out of control and may have lost recognition of self breakdown tissue. You can begin to see what problems an immune stimulator might cause.

Why not check the Plechner Syndrome first, before starting a patient into, what could be a very dangerous situation. Why not get some fact, by measuring the syndrome and then, if you proceed carefully, the syndrome will indicate whether this is the proper direction to pursue.

The value of an immune stimulator may be predicted by the changes that occur with Plechner's Syndrome.

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