I too found the connection the first time I pulled up AIH on the web. I found I had many of the symptoms and went on the diet. I had major health changes for the better. When I went to the doctor and told him this he shrugg..."
"I was diagnosed with AIH a year ago. Have spent time trying to figure out what affects symptoms. Thus far I know stress, red meat and sugar have a bad affect on my AIH. Has anyone else done any research on things that can help or hend..."
Thanks for the note. I actually haven't been off Imuran yet. I'm still working on getting of the prednisone. I haven't had AIH super long and I've been having problems with flair ups so they just keep me on the drugs. Hopefully I'll be off soon. I am interested to see what happens with your counts though. Did they just stop your Imuran or did you have to be weaned off it like you do with prednisone?
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