Help For Lupus

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Lupus is an auto immune disease most commonly found in women that cause skin rash, pain and swelling in joints, muscle aches, fatigue, and weight loss. When it affects the skin it causes a disfiguring skin lesions. More commonly it has more systemic effects by attacking the internal organs such as the heart or lungs or muscles. Allopathic treatment consists primarily of using immune suppressant drugs. A year and a half ago Rebecca, who was in her early 40’s, presented with large red patches on her ear, forehead and chin. She was recently diagnosed with discoid lupus erythmatosus. She wanted to be treated with complimentary therapy as she was concerned of the side effects of the powerful immune suppressant medication her doctor wanted to put her on. I started her on a high dose of DHEA and a gylconutrient product. With in a couple of month the lesions began to slowly regress. Today she came in and I had to look hard to see her lesion. They were at least 80% better. Terry Pfau DO, HMD