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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 31, 2006
  • 05:14 PM

My grandma suffers from sarcoidosis of the lungs...can she travel by air if oxygen is provided to her???Will the pressure difference have anything to do with the rupture of the lymphtodes?

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  • I was diagnosed as having sarcoidosis 15 years ago. It was also in my lungs and in skin. Since that time, I have flown many times with no problem. She should probably check with her doctor before flying just to make sure.
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  • What is your worst symptoms and what alleviates them? I know someone who has chest pains that feel like heart attacks.
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  • My husband has been experiencing these chest pains for the past 2 years. It is quite frightening and frustrating for him. When he does anything physical it seems to be worse. His heart has been checked and no heart problems - thank goodness. Any ideas what is causing these pains? He has had sarcoidosis for 9 years now.Sue
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    • August 30, 2006
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  • Moderate to severe chest pain can be caused by inflamation of the lymphnodes in the chest. My wife takes tramadol. It seems to work good. She has sarsoidosis bad. It seems there is like three general levels and shes at level three.BrentlyChurch@hotmail.com
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    • October 21, 2006
    • 03:58 PM
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  • I was diagnosed with Sarcoidosis (Sarcoid) on December 23rd, 2009 with biopsy from my nose, MRI and chest X-ray, eight months after I got sick. I was one of the lucky ones to be diagnosed in such a short time for Sarcoidosis, due to a granuloma on the left bridge of my nose, enlarged lymph nodes, itchy sculpt, skin rashes on the left side of my neck, which is called Erythema Nodosum. I also had weight loss, chronic fatigue, chronic pain, night sweets and fever. However, most of the time Sarcoidosis does not have any symptoms; therefore, it is hard to be diagnosed with Sarcoidosis.So far my nose, eyes, thyroid and lungs are affected from Sarcoidosis.I search the internet and found 3 different protocols to cure Sarcodiosis eventhough I was told that there was no cure for it by my doctors. I thought about using Marshal protocol, however there was side effects and need to take it for a year or more. Therefore I choce MMS and cured myself in 25 days.Regards,Angie TelatarReiki Healer
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