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somebody is saying i am suffering from Autoimmune

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 1, 2007
  • 08:22 AM

Dear Sir,

I was a permanent resident of India. Recently, I got married and went to Australia. I blessed a female baby there(Normal Delivery). Now, I came to India since August 2006. For the past 2 months I am suffering from significant fever, joints pain and general body weekness. I have been treated by various doctos. Every body said that I am suffering from Autoimmune disease and the same will vanish automatically.

At present my wbc count is 29,000. My platlet count is 67,000. ESR after 1 hour 125. I have been diagnosed for Cancer, Tubercolosis, HIV, ELISA test and few other test, but, all gave negative results only. Still, I am facing the same problems. Kindly treat and educate me at your earliest convenience.

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  • I hope you can find an answer to your illness soon. There must be something out there. Hoping you feel better, Christi. God bless.
    wilson_gal22 46 Replies Flag this Response
  • Now, someone out there has to help this person! She is really suffering.
    curious 2 Replies Flag this Response
  • Hi Am a close friend of a doctor (name Ismail) who might be able to diagnose your disease. Please contact him... his ID is naushadoty@yahoo.co.in Hope you recover soon!Regardssanthosh
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • January 1, 2009
    • 04:46 AM
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