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Ongoing SLIT experiments with various irritants/allergens somewhat positive.

Posted 01-31-2010 08:39 AM by Machaon
Updated 02-07-2010 06:14 AM by Machaon

For all of 2010, and perhaps beyond, I intend to continue with my inexpensive (cost=ZERO), at-home SLIT allergy treatments for Asthma.

I have been significantly modifying my SLIT procedure, in several ways, and among the changes, not always placing the allergen/irritants under the tongue. I want to discover the method and process for SLIT that has the most significant impact at desensitizing my allergies and Asthma. The medical world is still experimenting with SLIT, but their progress...
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Surviving deadly, debilitating combo of Heart Failure, A-Fib and Insulin Resistance

Posted 04-10-2010 01:59 AM by Machaon

I am near 70 and have had Congestive Heart Failure, Persistent Atrial Fibrillation, Chronic Tachycardia, Chronically High Blood Pressure, Immune System Dysfunction, Insulin Resistance, Pre-Diabetes, High Cholesterol, High Triglycerides and Asthma for over twenty years.

I have learned how to lower my blood pressure down to very healthy levels, reduce my heart rhythm problems, improve my heart failure, improve my [U]Immune System/Neurohormonal System[/U] problems, get my Cholesterol...
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Bunionectomy - the good, the bad and the ugly

Posted 08-30-2011 11:35 AM by emmac25

I wanted to write a thorough "review" of my surgery to hopefully help those who are as scared as I was for my buinonectomy.

Let me start off by saying I was TERRIFIED. I had panic attacks for weeks leading up to it.

I've had very bad bunions for as long as I can remember, as well as hammer toes on both second toes. My big toe was bent probably towards 2pm on my right foot! It was very very bad, and for my age (30) my surgeon said it was one of the worst she...
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Just over it already...

Posted 07-09-2015 10:31 AM by Rdbomb94

I was admitted to the hospital back in May for pneumonia for a week. Got out with anti biotics, steroids, and oxygen. My lung dr put me back on a 6 week prednisone taper starting at 30mg. I'm at 10mg and I'm getting shortness of breath again. to the point where I need my oxygen which I haven't had to use lately. I have major anxiety so that doesn't help at all. I also suffer from Interstitial Ling Disease and wonder if that's playing a factor. I'm just in a funk... my health probs just keep adding...
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My peeling and cracking hands (palms and fingers) = cured

Posted 09-24-2010 09:29 PM by BalazarsBrain

My peeling and cracking hands (palms and fingers) = cured

Hey guys, I want to share my story of how I cured my peeling hands/fingers/palms in about 20 days. I decided to write this because I learned this from reading online forums, and I am so grateful for the posts that I read, and now I want to give back to you guys what I have learned.

My Symptoms:

I’m in my late 20’s, and it started about 4 years ago. There were patches on my hands where the skin...
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