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wheat germ remedy for vasculitis, blood clotting disorder, rotator cuff tears, sleep apnea

A friend is sending me homeopathic wheat germ capsules thinking it will help any of the above conditions. I have been on Prednisone and coumadin for the past 2 1/2 yr. and would like to get off these toxic drugs.
My symptoms were/are:
1. severe pain and swelling in wrists and arms...unable to function without pain.
2.shortness of breath with slight movement.
3.fatigue - fall asleep during day. Use CPAP machine at night and still tired during the day.
4.frequent outbreak of skin lesions. Diagnosis of Vasculitis made from biopsy of a lesion.
5.I had a cortisone injection in both shoulders for the tears 6 wks. ago, which helped tremendously.
The effects have now worn off
and the area just under the neck adjacent to the right shoulder is numb to touch, but painful.
6.I am experiencing pain in my right calf for the past 3 days, (and also the right hip)and am concerned it may be another blood clot.
I am keeping a close watch on it for heat, any change in size of calf, swelling, until my physician returns on Monday.
--My question is can this wheat germ (or any other homeopathic remedies) help any of these conditions?
Thank you.
 
  earthgirl on 2010-07-10
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Of course, Homeopathy can help you.Homeopathic remedies are usually prescribed after a detailed case-taking and analysis.
It would be better, if you could consult a Homeopath in person to get proper treatment.
 
Dr.Saravanan 9 years ago

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