"So what are MY qualifications for coming to those conclusions? For one, I can read."
Yeah, that makes you more qualified than someone with 3 years of med school and years as an intern and years or decades in medical practice.
Seriously, that does NOT make you qualified to read the results and draw conclusions. I used to teach in a psych hospital and, later, in other treatment settings. "I can read" was NOT enough to make it possible for me to diagnose illnesses or to second guess the psychiatrists or social workers with degrees and postgraduate degrees in fields I only minored in.
However, that experience and the classes I took did teach me how to spot someone who was willfully blind to seeing when they were a good example of the Dunning Kruger Effect and thought they knew more than the experts because they didn't know enough to know when they were out of their depth.
You can go on, but it's clear you're looking more for justification here and for people to tell you that you're right (which means you have doubt you don't want to admit to) than you are looking for answers. You're being reckless with your own body. It's possible it might work for a short while, then get worse, or might actually work. If it works, it's due to luck, not due to what you perceive as your intelligence being better than the doctor's experience and education.
I'm out of here - but I'm sure, even knowing I won't come back, you'll need to comment with a long list of reasons of why I, and everyone else here, and your doctors, and the world, is wrong and you, for some reason, are the only one who is right.