Autoimmune/Immune Disease

  • Autoimmune/Immune Disease

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    Hello, I am seeking some hope after the Covid vaccine that my Nutcracker esophageal spasm (triggered by the 1st dose Phizer vaccine) might go away over a few weeks? My body is attacking itself since the injection. I have an unnamed autoimmune disorder that involves my smooth muscles, esp lungs and GI, Raynaud’s phenomenon, chronic neutropenia, chronic thrombocytopenia. The spasm is usually triggered by medications, and goes away when the medication is stopped and out of my system. But this is a vaccine… It’s been almost 4 weeks in spasm . Help?

    I was listening to a doctor on-line and she said that it’s the spike protein that causes the issues with the vaccine. Ivermectin seems to handle the spike protein. I don’t remember the details, and I’m NOT a doctor, but this stood out to me.

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    Hello, I am seeking some hope after the Covid vaccine that my Nutcracker esophageal spasm (triggered by the 1st dose Phizer vaccine) might go away over a few weeks? My body is attacking itself since the injection. I have an unnamed autoimmune disorder that involves my smooth muscles, esp lungs and GI, Raynaud’s phenomenon, chronic neutropenia, chronic thrombocytopenia. The spasm is usually triggered by medications, and goes away when the medication is stopped and out of my system. But this is a vaccine… It’s been almost 4 weeks in spasm . Help?

    I forgot to add this– I had just gotten over Covid recently, about three weeks before the getting the first Phizer shot. One of my specialists and his office had convinced me that I could get Covid again, and that it could be so much worse than this esophageal spasming thing. They told me that the

    My daughter is suffering from colon ulcerities started from the age of 6, now she is 24, now again started bleeding. Is there any good remedy?

    I am not sure if that’s ulcerative colitis. If so, I bet your doctor has told you that this disease remits and relapses. Treatment should be provided by a doctor, but here’s a general recommendations: increase fiber intake avoid caffeinated product and sugar and finally avoid stress whenever possibl

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    I’m currently waiting on my blood test to see if I have lupus I’m really scared I hear 40% of people die within 5years of being diagnosed I’m only 14 is there anything I should know that might make me feel better?

    I was 40 when I got lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and fibrosis of the lungs. The one doctor gave me two to five years to live, I was very sick. He was wrong, I am almost 70 now. I got some huge doses of steroids and everything went into remission. I got a few flare ups over the years but they cleared u

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    Is it possible that autoimmune disorders are really caused by a pathogen that cannot be detected?

    Actually autoimmune diseases can be triggered by a pathogen, usually a virus and often the virus can be detected. However, it is more complex than that. There are many different autoimmune diseases and they all have a similar pathway to development. Some autoimmune diseases are really mild, such as

    How are you feeling if you have an autoimmune disease, and have gotten one or even two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine?

    I finally decided to get the shot, and I chose the J&J one time shot. It hurt like hell, and then it was over. No after effects at all, not even a sore spot on my arm. I’m glad I did it. (Have lupus, fibromialgia, RA, and polycythemia vera) Thx 🧚‍♀️

    I’m currently waiting on my blood test to see if I have lupus I’m really scared I hear 40% of people die within 5years of being diagnosed I’m only 14 is there anything I should know that might make me feel better?

    I was diagnosed with lupus (SLE) when I was 14 and I’m 46 now. I read the same things at your age and had the same fears. While I did have more difficulty than my friends at times, and had to be careful about getting enough sleep and remembering to take my daily meds and see my doctor regularly, oth

    What are the most helpful lifestyle changes for people with autoimmune diseases?

    Chronic inflammation is the root of many chronic diseases, including many autoimmune diseases. The single most important thing to do is make a life-style change, starting with a low inflammation diet. Sugar, gluten, dairy are the primary food causes of inflammation, and processed meats are terrible f

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