Re: ACTH History on almost 34 yr old.

Lorna Cane

Hi Eileen,

> Did he go up because chasteberry stopped??

Did you take the time of year that you tested into account? You've been 

here for a while,so know about Seasonal Rise,right?

>Insulin and Glucose levels were tested Oct. 2013 and May 2015. Very 


The numbers would help us know what was considered "normal".Lab normals 

are not always a good indicator of how the horse is really doing.

>I suspect the combination of Pergolide and chasteberry is the key to success 

in my case. 

I hope so, but see above .

>Don't know if his regimen will work on your horses but wanted to pass the i

info on. 


Can you add your location, date you joined (Nov. 2013 ),and link to your 

case history each time you post? That will help us see the whole picture of

your success.

Apologies for Yahoo's screw up of font size.

Lorna in Ontario,Canada
ECIR Moderator 2002

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