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Mother in hospital: Auto immune disorder

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 25, 2007
  • 02:51 AM

My mother is in the hospital and the doctors are suspecting a connective tissue disorder. The test results are being awaited. I read about it on the Net and it doesnt seem so scary though it has no cure as such. But my mom's condition is critical (docs say there's clear danger to her life). She has blood in her lungs and her kidneys have failed. There are lesions in her mouth and tongue. There are lesions in her lungs also.
The test results will tell us what exactly this is but i'm dying of tension. So someone please tell me what kind of CTD this could be? Is it possibly fatal? (Docs are currently reating her for infection and they are giving her cortisosteroids).

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  • Connective tissue disorder- she probably have a collagen production problem.She is probably allergic to vitamin C, E, or Calcium and her body does not take those nutrients.When there is not collagen production the body start basically 'melting off'- this is very sad, but this disorder is on the rise.If she is not intolerant to vitamin C- intravenous vitamin C shot can really stabilised her. Don't take my work for it, there is an MIT doctor who wrote this on his book. His name is Raymond Francis, his website beyondhealth.com - you can call for a free consultation- they will explain you about the collagen, vitamin C link and treatment.My best advice:Read "Never Be Sick Again" and find a NAET doctor and a Naturopath.Read about NAET at naet.com.Last but not least, pray for answers. I know 80% of the time NAET is very effective and it is the best treatment for immune system problems. She'll need from 15 to 50 treatments for full improvement but again, this is the only thing that works on the immunse system. There is no silver bullet remedy. Your mom's condition did not turn this bad overnight so recovery takes work.Best.Frui.
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