Well you all have been awesome and thank you for the time you took to respond. I'm chomping away bit by bit here on this (a bit of info overload), however I can honestly say I do feel much better. I got on a few of Dr. Wilson's formulas, started supplementing with Iodoral as well as some other supps. I did a salt water drink today of 1/2 tsp. Celtic sea salt in warm water followed by 16 oz. of regular water. I wanted to try this as after a few days on the Iodoral I ended up sick with a head cold and body aches. I did read of some detox, however I'm only at 12.5 mg/day.
It came to my mind though, as I got my wisdom teeth out a little while back, and all I was consuming were canned soups. After a week (recovery was brutal) I was peeing like crazy and leaner than I had been in months. It was like my body completely re-adjusted. Common sense quickly told me that salt was bad. Now however, that got my thinking perhaps I need extra sodium? I do recall a poster who mentioned the moment they started adding 1-2 tsp per day of sea salt everything seemed to normalize. Anyway I tried this drink this evening, and immediately started passing a great deal of gas, which is something I normally almost never do. I also started peeing again like crazy. Any thoughts?
I also added liquid anastrozole at 3 drops eod, with plans to increase. I have taken this about a year ago and remember dipping in to the other side at 6 drops eod (moody & depressed).
Another question I have is, how long after one starts Adex is a blood test accurate? I thought I'd wait 2 weeks, but then again that would only make sense if I kept the dose the same. Any input on this is also greatly appreciated.
Again thank you for the responses. With so much advice coming in, along with just simply attempting to feel good and make things happen through the busy day, it would be awesome if someone could just provide the next rational steps that I might take. The great news is, I've settled down tremendously and not nearly as stressed as I was. Workouts are great, strong as a beast lately. I always knew I was "off balance" somehow with water retention and fat deposition.