Amelia Hill: How to Send a Blood Test Overseas

There’s some delightfully helpful information by Australia’s own, the Amazing Amelia Hill, over at the website Amelia Hill.  It details exactly how to go about getting a Mitochondrial Function Profile (or other tests regarding DNA Adducts, Metallothionen, Lymphocyte Sensitivity, GST Profile and Toxic Effects on Metabolic Activity) done in relation to treating people with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), Electrohypersensitivity (EHS) and Myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME)/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), it’s titled, ‘How to Send a Blood Sample from Australia to the UK for the Mitochondrial Function Profile (Via Dr Sarah Myhill or Direct to Acumen Lab)’.

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“One test in particular, the MITOCHONDRIAL FUNCTION PROFILE (also known as ATP PROFILE) … a test put on the map by UK, CFS doctor, Dr Sarah Myhill, has attracted a LOT of interest from health seekers all over the Globe. But … sending blood samples all that way? I mean, where do you start? Well, Friends, you came to the right place!

One year ago, I undertook the Mitochondrial Function Profile, via Dr Myhill and just a few weeks ago, undertook another five tests available via Acumen Lab (DNA Adducts, Metallothionen, Lymphocyte Sensitivity, GST Profile & Toxic Effects on Metabolic Activity). So, to ‘PAY IT FORWARD‘, I decided to share a lil’ ‘HOW-TO GUIDE’ to getting it done”

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THE WEEK THAT WAS. I’m definitely glad it’s the beginning of a new week. This time last week I was organising a last minute home #dental visit due to a nasty looking tooth infection/abscess (& yes, we’re discussing ANOTHER kitchen extraction. Yay.) Intensive daily self-treatment (salt, silver, cell salts & #Meridian work) followed plus two phone calls with doctors to discuss aforementioned #toothinfection/#abscess too. A scheduled blood draw made an appearance mid week plus mountains of digital paperwork for a phone appointment with a new U.S. doctor too. All made even more fun by negotiating my body through an epically sized Adelaide #heatwave while sporting an epically sized temperature due to, you guessed it, a flippin’ tooth infection/abscess! On the bright side, when the lovely nurse, Helen from #AbbottPathology was here taking my blood, we were remembering when she first started coming over, my body, due to #lowbloodvolume & #lowbloodpressure, could barely manage 1 tube! The blood would literally just trickle out & then totally stop. And it would take me hours to recover. As you can see by the photo above, four tubes, baby! That IS progress! Did you have an eventful week last week too? Here’s to Mondays & here’s to the cool change that arrived yesterday! Yay! A x #mcs #multiplechemicalsensitivity #cfs #chronicfatiguesyndrome #blooddraw #healingjourney #amazingameliahill #healameliaslife

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And, thank you for sharing, Amelia. Bright smiles and [hugs] to you!

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Michellina Van Loder is a Professional Writer, Journalist and Blogger. This is where she shares her tales about trail blazing her way out of the Labyrinth of Chemical Sensitivities and Mould. This is also where you will find the latest Research on related topics.

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  1. Thanks for sharing this post with your community, Michellina! I know how overwhelming a task it can be to send blood samples overseas for testing.. I hope my experience helps others in the same boat! Hugs x

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