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Hey, Caroline!

I'm just getting around to listening to this episode now (before I listen to part 2 w/ Adrian that just dropped). In the Intro, you mention that there are parts of this podcast you had to cut that would be available behind the paywall. I am a paid subscriber, and I'm wondering where that "too hot for Apple" audio is located on your substack page!? Thanks, and keep up the awesome work.

-NN

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This is the 2nd time I’ve received breakthrough information on a diagnosis through a fucking podcast. Thank you for talking about MCAS. I absolutely think I have MCAS, POTS and EDS after listening to this and it provides answers for so so many bizarre situations in my life. Being allergic to cold in my teens. Getting swollen ankles and hives while enjoying sunshine on my porch. Anaphylaxis while traveling close to the equator, after an intense day of adrenaline rush activities, and just after a sip of a hot drink. It alllll makes sense now and it brought me to tears. Tears of self pity AND relief. Thank you for leading me to answers.

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Man I'm so happy it was so revelatory! Adrian is a smart cookie. Sending love and healing as you continue to figure it out!

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Nov 9, 2022Β·edited Nov 9, 2022

Interesting the part about anorexia/ED/OCD. I remember hearing 10ish yrs ago about a sheep study linked to OCD post vaccine. It was being passed around the internet and then was "Withdrawn", NOT RETRACTED. Nobody could find it online anymore but maybe someone with medical clout could get access to unpublished studies. It is discussed here: https://childrenshealthdefense.org/news/vaccines-induce-bizarre-anti-social-behaviour-in-sheep/

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Great interview. Love your honesty. Also, great name of your new platform. I miss Molly. 😊😊🐢🐢

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wowwww listening now and already mind blown like 10x - taking notes!

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Really enjoyed this conversation and looking forward to part 2!

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yay! so glad... I become re-terrified to piss people off recently, so it's nice to hear positive feedback!

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