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Pyoderma Gangrenosum

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  • Posted By: Marclau
  • April 19, 2008
  • 11:46 AM

Not sure if this of any help to anyone........and I dont claim to be a doctor or anything but I had nothing to loose.....
I was diagnosed with Pyo D back in Octover last year and obtained secondary infectiion of Bairsndale Disease (which in Australia) is a bacteria which begins to eat flesh.
After nearly 3 months of fighting both, I made the desperate call to purchase both an air purifier as we found that ordinary air was feeding both infections but I also purchased a handheld UVC lamp which I used straight on the wounds which by this time was around 8cm wide, 6 cm long and nearing 2cm deep..........although my doctors and hospitals advised me not to proceed with the UVC lamp, all my medications, radiation treatments etc were not working....we also found that my immune was feeding the wounds so we also shut down my immune systems....this in turn has other issues but that for another time....

Anyway, the UVC proved to work and I used it everyday for around 6-10 seconds, 2 cm away from the wound...........after nearly a fortnigh later, the flesh eating disease has suddenly been stopped in its tracks, and I have made huge improvements since.
The wound is now about 3cm wide and 3 cm long and only around 3-4mm deep.

I have also used a product called Medihoney in Australia which aims to tackle ulcers head on........

Anyway, feel free to ask me anything about my experiences and I'll truthfully answer any questions you may have...

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