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    Grapefruit Seed Extract for chronic yeast

    Hi All,
    Haven't posted in a long time but found a breakthrough supplement and had to share. Long story, good news too. I had a healthy baby girl at 37 weeks on Jan 2, 2009. She was 5lb which was...
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    Its the filter that is a mystery

    Hi Anthony
    I emailed you a couple of years ago after reading your book. Well, here is my story. I ordered the philips bulbs through a tanning salon. They set up a bed (it was summer so they...
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    Thanks Saysusie and Robin That is great info on...

    Thanks Saysusie and Robin
    That is great info on the mattress Robin. I am going to look it up to see where I might find one here. (can't replace ours for awhile though either) but man, a good...
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    Hot Yoga

    Hi everyone
    I haven't tried this yet.....but there are some new articles on "hot yoga" being very helpful for lupus and RA sufferers. The idea of being in a super hot room to exercise doesn't...
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    other sleep aids..

    Hi everyone
    Thks for the responses. My sleep is not perfect and pain still wakes me - but I take motrin when it does and usually get back to sleep fairly quick.

    I had a couple of other...
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    Theory on Sleep Meds

    Hi Everyone
    I haven't posted in awhile but have something to share. I was on Imovane (sedative similar to Lunesta) for almost 5 years....I became completely dependent on it for sleep. Also, during...
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    UVA 1 - be very careful

    Hi
    Just reading your post now....Most tanning salons don't have the UVA-1 equipped beds. You might have more luck at a hospital or clinic specializing in treating psoriasis with this treatment. ...
  8. Thread: lupus flare

    by kkelly
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    A mattress heating pad

    I am so sorry you are in pain. Mine has been worse lately also but I have discovered something that REALLY helps. Its basically a mattress heating pad. I bought it at Linens & Things (Martex...
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    cellcept

    Hi Jody
    I tried cellcept a few years ago. I had a bad nausea reaction but I also had that (nausea) with Imuran. I have heard that cellcept is quite effective for lupus. Keep us posted on how it...
  10. Thread: stiff neck

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    Hi I have chronic stiff neck problems that also...

    Hi
    I have chronic stiff neck problems that also come and go. I have heard that its not lupus related b/c there are no synovial tissues in the neck or spine - so technically you need that for lupus...
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    Hi Yes I do take concentrated cherry juice. I...

    Hi
    Yes I do take concentrated cherry juice. I get it from a company called immunotec.com based in montreal. I have been taking it for a few months. I think it helps. Its no cure like the gout...
  12. What a great post!

    Oluwa
    I normally lurk a bit, haven't posted in awhile but that post about visualization and being in the now was just so moving. THANK YOU!! I always want to try to think that way but you just made...
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    Has anyone tried lymphostat-b?

    Hi
    The latest reports look good on this drug. Just curious if anyone has tried it? I may ask about it....
    thanksKaren
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    Thanks

    Thanks for that Say Susie.
    I had a bad flare after a few days on the lowered dose of Imovane. Not sure if its related. I have had more memory problems lately not so much "retrieval" issues that...
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    Trying to wean from Imovane

    Hi Everyone
    I have been on a sedative for almost 4 years. Originally to help me sleep with higher doses of prednisone and to combat suspected fibromyalgia. Anyhow, my side affects seem worse and I...
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    wow, that is really good to know. I find...

    wow, that is really good to know. I find Tramacet works the best for my severe pain and lots of motrin for everyday pain. Sometimes I take Aleve too but its not as good as motrin.
    I hope you...
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    Hi Sary I too have dry hair....not sure exactly...

    Hi Sary
    I too have dry hair....not sure exactly why. In any event I have had some success with evening primrose oil as a supplement and Biotin (form of vit B). I stopped taking them a month or so...
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    Thanks Kristin That is helpful info. I think...

    Thanks Kristin
    That is helpful info. I think that if I proceed I should buy a bulk pass to use the sauna. Its about $30 for 30 minutes....a bit steep but worth it if it helps.
    My mini flare...
  19. Thread: BAD NEWS...

    by kkelly
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    Hasanati, Try to get treatment. I am so sorry...

    Hasanati,
    Try to get treatment. I am so sorry you are going through this. I had a mitral valve failure last year due to chronic inflammation of the valve. I went through a successful valve repair...
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    cramping

    Yes, I have no problems on plaquenil now. Its been 4 years. But I know this is a side effect for me because if I run out of the med for even a few days and start back on it I notice abdominal...
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    Yes - you can feel just fine and normal. My...

    Yes - you can feel just fine and normal. My rheumy said that is one of the positives with lupus - when its gone, its gone and usually without permanant damage done. For me that has only happened...
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    Hi Kristin It was far infrared. The panels were...

    Hi Kristin
    It was far infrared. The panels were covered with material (flat). It was about 130-140 temp wise. I defintely felt the detox effects later that day. So I wondered if I should be...
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    my sauna experience

    Hi everyone
    I tried the infrared light sauna. It was very soothing and comfortable. I felt good the rest of the day. The next day however, wham, sore all over. Who knows though - I often flare...
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    Hi Kristin It does sound like fluid...

    Hi Kristin
    It does sound like fluid retention..check with your doc as to the cause...as for sore muscles, whenever I adjust my prednisone dose (mostly up) I get very sore muscles, almost on par with...
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    Thanks for the warning on the red toxin sweat. I...

    Thanks for the warning on the red toxin sweat. I wonder what colour mine will be. I did some research on the saunas and lupus and not surprisingly lupus and MS are not recommended for far infrared...
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