Author: Lottie (---.proxy.aol.com)
Date: 07-01-05 02:38
Welcome to SarcInfo.
Prednisone is not going to help you. We now know that Sarcoidosis is caused by cell wall deficient (CWD) bacteria which have not only learned to hide from but to live within the immune system that is supposed to be killing them. You DO have an infection, and Prednisone should not be used when a person has an infection. It completely shuts down the immune system, which is the only weapon that your body has at all against the infection. Prednisone will only treat the symptoms, and only for a while. As the bacteria numbers increase the symptoms will return. My cardiac symptoms did.
If your doctor has indicated that he has cleared the Sarcoidosis out of your lungs, he’s wrong. Perhaps this brochure will help him to realize that. It discusses the results of the government funded ACCESS study which shows that Sarcoidosis does not go away on it’s own or with Prednisone. Brochure on the NIH ACCESS Study
Sarcoidosis is a Sarcoidosis is a systemic disease, and it can affect any and all of the body’s parts. Sinuses can have the granulomas of Sarcoidosis, and sinus problems are very common with Sarcoid. Fever is also common with Sarcoid, which makes sense, when you realize that Sarcoidosis is an infection. Fever is one of the ways your body fights bacteria, and if your fevers are gone, it also shows that your immune system isn’t working properly due to the Prednisone.
The Marshall Protocol is the only treatment presently in use that will assist your body in killing these CWD bacteria that are the cause of Sarcoidosis. Please read as much as you can on these pages. Starting with the patient tutorials at the top of each SarcInfo page. The better educated you are about Sarcoidosis and the Marshall Protocol, the easier it will be for you to educate your doctor about them.
You can start to feel better by avoiding vitamin D from food and supplements. That includes natural sources, such as egg yolks, fish, fish oil and fortified dairy products. READ the labels! They’re adding it to many foods… including some brands of orange juice and bread.
You also need to avoid sunlight, and bright lights. The windows in your home must be covered and if you go outside you need to cover up completely. That includes long pants, long sleeves, scarf, hat, and gloves. You should also be wearing NoIR sunglasses inside and out.
I will be sending you additional information by email.
*MODERATOR* Dx- Sarcoid 1999 Heart, Neuro, Joints, Myalgia, Skin, SOB, Fatigue (Apr 04-1,25D 48, 25D 17) (May 05-1,25D 35, 25D-below 5) Pred x5yrs- now off! 5/19 Benicar 10/11 Mino, 1/24/05 modified phase 2, 2/2/06 Phase 2 - Worked as RN until back injury