Hello...I have been ill for 12years now...and have had sooo many test done. I am dealing with quite alot right now....I have fibromyalgia, DDD, migraines, pituitary brain tumor and a brain aneurysm. And have some other things going on...with all the test I have had the test for autoimmune which it is poitive then negative...been to many specialist who just tell me I have an autoimmune disease....I loss my hair...I have pain...joints hurt...muscles hurt...I am at present on no meds specific for that but my question is....since I have an autoimmune disease what should I be taking? I am alot of supplements but is there one thing that is better or worse....help would be so appreciated...I am a 49 year old lady...had to have a hysterectomy when I was 28years due to have cyst on my ovaries which when they popped blew my ovaries a part. after that surgery was healthy until 12years ago when I started showing all the signs of lupus....even my neurosurgeon says my anuerysm is typical in people with lupus....any help would be appreciated.
Thank you for your time.
This sounds terrible, I can't make a guess what you have but from our family history I would suggest you contact the Immune Deficiency Foundation at www.primaryimmune.org
They are free and have lots of services including a list of immunologists in your area. There are 150 different types of immune deficiencies and your symptoms may match one or more of them. They can also recommend testing that will verify or rule out an immune deficiency. From experience, I know that it usually takes hundreds of doc visits to get this diagnosis. Unfortunately most docs don't have training in this area. One out of 1,200 people has an immune deficiency.
In the meantime if you don't take vitamin D3 I would recommend a dose of 6,000 a day. It is cheap to get and available at Costco, Walmart etc.
More info on the many things D3 can help with or cause if someone is deficient is at www.vitamindcouncil.org They also have free info and articles from aroung the world about the many uses of D3. To check your D3 levels have the doc add them on your next blood work. Your level should be around 50 -70 to have good health.
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