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A very interesting case.

Posted In: Skin conditions 11 Replies
  • Posted By: Leonardo
  • July 21, 2007
  • 03:52 PM

Dear colleagues,
At last i found a patient who doesn't complain of conditions like heel hyperkeratosis or callus!
my patient is a 25 beautiful young lady complaining of a very soft skin all over the body esp. on sole and heel!!
she gets hurt even from a sharp piece of paper!!!
full history and physical examination revealed no other problems but for occasinal feeling of deep voice and tender suprapubic region with history of dysuria.
serum cortisol levels are average..............
i'm not ashamed to tell you i told her that i will look up her condition and really i will appreciate any help of you.
Best Regards.
Dr.Leonardo Adriano.
M.D. of Dermatology and Venereal diseases.

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  • Hello doctor, what about glandular, thyroid or hormones? Or perhaps toxins/poison that she has recently been exposed to?? Has she sprayed her garden with poisons or had her house sprayed for insects? Is her exhaust system okay on her car? Is there a gas leak from her stove, hot water heater or heater? Is her mouth loaded with mercury? Is she eating lead chips off her wall or did she when she was a 4 year old?
    Monsterlove 2921 Replies Flag this Response
  • Hello doctor, what about glandular, thyroid or hormones? Or perhaps toxins/poison that she has recently been exposed to?? Has she sprayed her garden with poisons or had her house sprayed for insects? Is her exhaust system okay on her car? Is there a gas leak from her stove, hot water heater or heater? Is her mouth loaded with mercury? Is she eating lead chips off her wall or did she when she was a 4 year old?Dear Monsterlove,Many thanks amigo; your reply is quite wonderful.her thyroid profile was quite normal, no history of exposure to any sort of toxin or poison from any source.she laughed when i asked her about eating lead chips:D her mouth is quite well, believe me:) thanks again my friend, and forgive my delay i was attending a conference.Best regards. Dr. Leonardo.
    Leonardo 5 Replies Flag this Response
  • She might be allergic to Vitamin C. I think she has a collagen problem.She should try NAET and try to increase her Vitamin C to bowel tolerance. If she has no bowel tolerance then she really need to go for NAET, ASAP.Vitamin C and Collagen disorders are on the rise. I am sure she has other symptoms.Best,Frui.
    Eatafruit78 960 Replies Flag this Response
  • I think I would order a lead poisoning and carbon mononxide test. I think it's environmental but could be hormones or anything.
    Monsterlove 2921 Replies Flag this Response
  • At last i found a patient who doesn't complain of conditions like heel hyperkeratosis or callus!my patient is a 25 beautiful young lady complaining of a very soft skin all over the body esp. on sole and heel!!The skin disorder is called Leiodermia and means abnormal smoothness and glossiness of the skin.Here is comprehensive information on thyroid disease, written by doctors for doctors treating patients. It still is possible that your patient has thyroid problems even though tests are "normal." I know I went undiagnosed for 30 years because my tests were "normal." I suffered for all those years.http://www.thyroidmanager.org/
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  • The skin disorder is called Leiodermia and means abnormal smoothness and glossiness of the skin.Here is comprehensive information on thyroid disease, written by doctors for doctors treating patients. It still is possible that your patient has thyroid problems even though tests are "normal." I know I went undiagnosed for 30 years because my tests were "normal." I suffered for all those years.http://www.thyroidmanager.org/What are the possible underlying causes of Thyroid disease?
    Eatafruit78 960 Replies Flag this Response
  • Well, our glands are like parts on a car. Sometimes they just wear out. Other times it's stress in today's society, poor nutrition, vices. I read one study that was blaming one specific thing allowed in drinking water and then dental x-rays and no thyroid shield (I vote for this one). Some are hereditary, too.
    Monsterlove 2921 Replies Flag this Response
  • I posted a reply and i was told it will be poste after revision, where's it?should i write it again?thanks
    Leonardo 5 Replies Flag this Response
  • I posted a reply and i was told it will be poste after revision, where's it?should i write it again?thanksHappy Monday!How are you?I hope you took time to think about how collagen production could be inhibited in the body and that perhaps the body is not taking in some nutrients. A chronic defficiency can be at the root of her skin problem. Check out NAET.comI am a living testimonial.Frui.
    Eatafruit78 960 Replies Flag this Response
  • Happy Monday! How are you?I hope you took time to think about how collagen production could be inhibited in the body and that perhaps the body is not taking in some nutrients. A chronic defficiency can be at the root of her skin problem. Check out NAET.com I am a living testimonial. Frui.Mon ami frui,happy tuesday amigo,i hope to see your comment with all our friends at the following link:http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/showthread.php?t=18440have a nice day, my friend.
    Leonardo 5 Replies Flag this Response
  • What are the possible underlying causes of Thyroid disease?Hi Eatafruit78,Stress, illness, or injury can bring about Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. That means the predisposition through the genes is already in your body and those stressful conditions bring about the disease. Some people never get the disease yet have family members with it.It is an inflammatory disease.
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