Originally Posted by JacquelineR
Thanks, I'll go check it out and see if I can find it. I keep losing my bookmarks
but I'll stick it in there and a note in my daybook to remind me to print it out for my ND. I don't go to see him for a couple of weeks after the baby's born.
The following list is a compilation of resources for obtaining the Iodine loading test.
885 Parfet Street Unit E
Lakewood, CO 80215
Call and ask for an iodine loading kit. It is $70 to do this test. It does not include return shipping.
Dr. Jorg Flechas MD
80 Doctors Drive Ste 3
Hendersonville, NC 28792
The cost of this test is $80. If it is not ordered by a physician you must tell them you are ordering it on your own and they will assign you to a nurse practitioner. When you get the results of this test you can receive a free consultation with Dr. Flechas. You may also obtain a urine spot test for an additional $30 for a total of $110 for both test.
Spot / Loading / Bromide test can be obtained for $230
Vitamin Research Productshttp://www.vrp.com/ProductPage.aspx?ProdID=9137
$100 for both the spot and loading test. Kit requires an ordering physician. If you do not have one contact VRP for more info.
Pre and post loading - requires an ordering physician. $????
Check out Optimox Iodine research page. Optimox is the maker of Iodoral. Guy Abraham, one of major researchers in iodine that developed the loading test.http://www.optimox.com/pics/Iodine/opt_Research_I.shtml
another helpful website and Yahoo group on orthoiodosupplementationhttp://iodine4health.com/basic/iodinegroup.htm