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I have sarcoidosis and have been put on 50, 000 of vitamind2 twice a week. I have taken one dose. Now I have read that people with sarcoid should not take it. Is it correct?
Marshall protocol: Trevor marshall phd has developed a protocol for treating sarcoidosis & other autoimmune diseases based on the theory that it's caused by intracellular bacterial infection & excessive 1, 25 vitamin d interferes with fighting these infections. He advises avoiding all sources of vit d (including sunlight) & taking the drug olmesartan. It's too complex to explain more here- see http://mpkb.Org/home/mp. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is sarcoidosis and fibromyalgia linked as i have had sarcoid for 10 years now and have just been told i now have fibromyalgia! ?
Confusing : ? relationship of sarcoidosis & fibromyalgia. One way to look at relationship of these disorders is that people with autoimmunity (sarcoid) can and do develop fibromyalgia; as a result of chronic inactivity due to autoimmunity pain. People with fibromyalgia do not develop autoimmunity as a consequence of having fibromyalgia; rather they develop autoimmunity irregardless of having fibromyalgia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Last month my menstrual came on early this month I have symptoms but no menstrual I 've been diagnosed with sarcoids recently can this cause delays in?
Maybe but need mor: We need more information to answer that. You need to discuss with you physician because your genral healtha nd your medications can affect this. ...Read more
Can sarcoids in the chest cause pain I have been told I have sarcoids and my chest feels sore at times ?
Not really.: Sarcoid does not usually cause chest pain.Lungs do not have pain fibers. The lining of lungs, pleura have pain fibers and thats why it hurts so much during pleurisy. Chest soreness is due to many reasons: muscles, bone, cartilage pain, if soreness persists, may need evaluation by physician and lung specialist if necessary. ...Read more
Was diagnosed with fatty liver disease, had lymp node removed from side of fsce they are in neck belly chest mass pancreas think sarcoids can be cance?
Talk to your doctor: It could be but we can not answer that . You had lymph nodes removed and it must have been examined by the pathologist and your doctor should have the report. Discuss it with your doctor what the reports say . ...Read more
Have salivary/parotid Sarcoidosis now have polyp/canker sores under tongue and side of tongue in back.Hurts down neck and ear also.Can this be Sarcoid?
Not predictable: This disease occurs spontaneously, but higher incidence if you have a relative with it, or if black or scandinavian background. Often involves lung and lymph nodes but may affect many other organs including eyes, skin and kidney. Mild diseases may resolve spontaneously, but some require specific treatment depending on extent and location. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sarcoidosis: Dear jbennett, sarcoidosis is a disease of unknown etiology which can affect almost any part of a patient's body. It is known for the granulomas it produces--non-caseating--which can form commonly in the lungs. About 50% of the patients are african or hispanic origin, there is also a large % from northern europe. It has been found that a patient's immune response creates the granulomas. .. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Everyone different: Sarcoid can have many different manifestations. Characteristically you can have some of the follwoing: swollen lymph nodes, rashes, lung spots, eye changes, liver changes, skin rashes, etc. Each person is different and the diagnosis is made depending where the granulomas (the sarcoid biopsy inflammatory change) are found and if there is no other cause found. Your doctor can guide you here. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do I need to take medication in case I am diagnosed with sarcoidosis, but don't have any symptoms?
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