Here's to those I've paid and stole my money - Why shouldn't I believe everythin

  1. kiera305 profile image60
    kiera305posted 5 years ago

    Here's to those I've paid and stole my money - Why shouldn't I believe everything I read on Google?

    After being treated as insane, neurotic, nothing more than a junkie loser who knows nothing. I was diagnosed with Fatty Liver due to pregnancy when I gave birth to the twins. With the symptoms we have all been showing all year, I have had to figure out for myself, with a question another doctor asked then when I answered told me to read about SLE, My only discrepancy, the rash, it is clearly obvious to me we have congenial  Lyme Disease? After reading it eats the bottom half first, the burning in the base of  my spine, now my shoulder's and neck, I'm too scared to read anymore. Should I be?

  2. DayLeeWriter profile image61
    DayLeeWriterposted 5 years ago

    SLE or Systemic lupus erythematosus is an autoimmune disease. There is no absolute cause associated with the disease in the majority of cases though some drug use can trigger it. Joint pain, swelling, fatigue and rashes are also symptoms of SLE. Though rashes are usually across the cheeks and nose, a widespread rash is also sometimes noted.

    ( see http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0001471/ )

    Fatty Liver -usually has no symptoms, but when severe you can experience fatigue, weight loss and pain in the upper right part of your abdomen. The disease happens when for some reason, your liver is unable to break down fat. Fatty liver disease can range from harmless without symptons to life-threatening.

    There are no specific treatments for fatty liver disease ...treatments are usually based at lifestyle changes to improve nutrition, limit fatty foods and alcohol or other substances that can further stress or overwork the liver.

    While fear is understandable, taking an active part in your health is the better option. Perhaps investigate homeopathic medicine or alternative medicine solutions and a nutritionist to find the right dietary guidelines to follow.

    http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/nonalc … ION=causes

    1. kiera305 profile image60
      kiera305posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I agree with you completely. If you look at Fatty Liver due to pregnancy as a misdiagnosis, great cause of congenial autoimmune diseases. We all are born immune deficient. There is a cause, I found it. Dispute everything, and you find the truth.

 
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