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Sjogren's syndrome== any information on treatment would be appreciated!?

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Dr. Derrick Lonsdale
Preventive Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Dysautonomia

This syndrome has been recognized in the medical literature as part of a compromised autonomic (automatic) nervous system that is the underlying cause.
Amazingly, it can be treated by the use of intravenous vitamins. I suggest you go to acam@acam.Org to seek a doc who does this in or near your area. They are not common because cam is not yet readily accepted.

In brief: Dysautonomia

This syndrome has been recognized in the medical literature as part of a compromised autonomic (automatic) nervous system that is the underlying cause.
Amazingly, it can be treated by the use of intravenous vitamins. I suggest you go to acam@acam.Org to seek a doc who does this in or near your area. They are not common because cam is not yet readily accepted.
Dr. Derrick Lonsdale
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Dr. Ronald Krauser
Show me any reputable scientific data to support your claim. Your entire post is misleading. Patients with Sjogren's require careful screening for potentially life-threatening complication such as lymphoma.
Dr. Arthur Mandelin
Agree with Dr Krauser, this is NOT a widely-recognized treatment.
Dr. Arthur Mandelin
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology

In brief: Mostly symptomatic

Treatment of sjogren's ismostly focused on symptoms (pain, dryness.
..). Some patients benefit from medications such as Hydroxychloroquine (plaquenil).

In brief: Mostly symptomatic

Treatment of sjogren's ismostly focused on symptoms (pain, dryness.
..). Some patients benefit from medications such as Hydroxychloroquine (plaquenil).
Dr. Arthur Mandelin
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