Looking for SLE Systemic Lupus Erythematosus treatmentLadies and gentlemen,
I am looking for a permanent treatment for my wife. She is 25 years old. She is having Systemic Lupus Erythematosus SLE since 4 years. Doctors recently recognised that she is having SLE on 01/07/2006.
She finished a course for 3 months of cyclophosphamide injection and nowadays she is fine and very well with just some rash in her hands, stomach, and legs. She is getting regular checks of blood tests and urine test.
Nowadays, she is on her medications. She is taken the following:
(1 tablet a day).
(12.5mg a day).
(2 tablets per day).
-Mycophenolate Mofetil 250mg (2 tablets per day).
-Calcium (2 tablets per day).
All blood tests reports and urine test showing everything is fine. I can send you all recent Blood test and urine test repots.
I am looking for a permanent treatment for her, so she will not need to have plenty of medicines anymore.
So, can you advise me, if you can help us in treating her from SLE completely? Or if can guide us to any hospital which can assist her in this disease, please?
I am looking forward to hearing from you.
Mujtaba on 2007-02-14
I have experience in the treatment of this disease, which usually occurs under the influence of a very specific miasmatic taint.
I do not however treat long standing chronic complaints through this forum, as this can be a complicated affair.
If you wish to pursue treatment, you may follow the links in my profile.
JCS2006 last decade
You might explore a corporate website luteolin dot com as well. Good Luck
Flugmeister last decade
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