Natural Treatments For Curing Scleroderma

by Howard Ward

What diseases are most like EMS? It varies from person to person, but EMS may be similar to Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Lupus, Scleroderma, Multiple Sclerosis, Toxic Oil Syndrome, and other similar autoimmune diseases.This is a difficult and very individualistic area. However, there seems to be a definite propensity to developing Fibromyalgia and/or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome due to having EMS.Use mild, unscented or moisturizing soaps such as: Alpha Kerry Dove, Aveeno Bar (dry skin formula), Lever 2000, Neutrogena (dry skin formula).

HAVE YOU BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH SCLERODERMA? by joining our research study to determine the clinical benefits of a study medication in the treatment of Scleroderma. The Cardiac Prevention Center at Weill Medical College of Cornell University is conducting a research trial for people with high blood pressure and normal or mildly elevated cholesterol levels.Your body has produced extra collagen in your skin. Collagen is what makes your skin firm and also what your body makes to help heal wounds.

I also have Crohn’s. Is there any connection with the two complaints? My teenage daughter has linear scleroderma, mainly in her legs. Hairs are beginning to grow again and we were wondering which method of hair removal would be safest.

Why does my skin itch? Dry skin is caused by several things. First the extra layer of collagen in the inner layer of skin destroys normal sweat and oil glands. Second, the outer layer of the skin usually has fatty substances that moisten the skin. In scleroderma, this outer layer often gets thinner so there is less oil. Finally, in the early phase of scleroderma inflammation in the skin release histamine and other chemicals that cause the skin to itch.Is there a connection between scleroderma and gluten intolerance? I have had persistent diarrhoea for 10 months and my GP has organised a colonoscopy. For the past month I have taken ‘Mebeverine’ which stops the diarrhoea as long as I don’t eat wheat. I was originally diagnosed as having diffuse scleroderma but now in my notes some doctors say that I have limited scleroderma.

Why is my skin hard (thick and tight)? Your body has produced extra collagen in your skin. Collagen is what makes your skin firm and also what your body makes to help heal wounds. In Scleroderma, the cells start making collagen as if there were an injury that needs to be fixed. The excess collagen gets into the dermis layer of the skin and causes it to thicken and feel tight and hard.In general, without treatment, the skin thickening will reach its peak within 1-2 years after it starts and will then begin to loosen.

Why do you get so tired when you have Scleroderma and is there anything you can do about it? Is there a connection between scleroderma and gluten intolerance? I have had persistent diarrhoea for 10 months and my GP has organised a colonoscopy. For the past month I have taken ‘Mebeverine’ which stops the diarrhoea as long as I don’t eat wheat. I was originally diagnosed as having diffuse scleroderma but now in my notes some doctors say that I have limited scleroderma. I am having a lot of trouble with my feet.The degree of skin involvement varies from patient to patient a great deal. Most have limited scleroderma with only the fingers and mild face involvement. Others have diffuse scleroderma with many areas of the body affected. Skin thickening usually begins on the fingers. In the diffuse form it can, over time, be on the back of the hands, the forearms, the upper arms, the face, the neck, the trunk, the legs or the feet.

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