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A very interesting case "part 2"

Posted In: Skin conditions 6 Replies
  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 30, 2007
  • 01:22 PM

As I don't know why my new post is so delayed, I hope opening new thread won't have the same problem!!!
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.
Dear Eatafruit,
grazie molto,
you said she might be allergic to vitamin C, meanwhile you adviced to increase her daily intake, I don't get the point.
Anyhow, she's doing great with vitamin C, even she rubs her skin with lemon!!!
Regarding, NAET, I don't trust the method at all, and this site may explain why:
http://www.chirobase.org/06DD/naet.html
Thanks amigo again
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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/
Dear Dxd,
really your contribution is very valuable, it's amazing how often we know the disease, yet still no treatment is available.
as soon as i read your quote, i ordered another detailed thyroid profile, including free T3, free T4, and TSH.
what do you advice if they appeared to be normal, esp. she feels discomfort in her thyroid region, yet nothing abnormal clinically, she also prefers cold weather, hates hot one but no abnormal sweating at all, some times she experiences shaking of hands esp. if she's on a diet or stress.
the site is very good but nothing is available for leiodermia.
thanks again.
I think I would order a lead poisoning and carbon mononxide test. I think it's environmental but could be hormones or anything.
Dear Monsterlove,
thanks for your continuous contributions,
i'm totally sure, it has nothing to do with CO or Fe poisoning.
she asked if it may be related to female sex hormones, what do you think?
Best Regards for you all,
Dr. Leonardo.

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