Lupus and Purehealing Treatment

Author: AMY

What is lupus?

Lupus is an autoimmune disorder affecting up to 1.5 million Americans. It is a condition in which the body’s immune system attacks its own healthy tissues resulting in chronic localized inflammation. Symptoms include achy joints, fever, arthritis, extreme fatigue, skin rashes anemia and kidney problems. For some the effects are minor, for others serious, even life threatening.

 

While a direct cause of Lupus has not been identified, numerous studies have determined both genetic and environmental factors are involved. Environmental triggers may include infections, antibiotics, UV light, extreme stress, certain drugs and hormones. Because the disease affects more women than men and symptoms increase with elevated hormonal cycles and pregnancy, it is believed estrogen is a factor.

 

Diagnosis and Symptom Relief

As yet there is no single test to identify Lupus, but it can be diagnosed via careful analysis of symptoms for which other causes have been ruled out. Once diagnosed, several courses of action can be taken to alleviate symptoms such as maintaining a healthy and balanced diet, avoiding direct sunlight, regular exercise, reducing stress, seeking out moral support and ending unhealthy habits such as smoking and drinking excessive alcohol/caffeine.

 

It is commonly accepted that immune function is negatively impacted by psychological stress and poor diet. Unfortunately, pain, sleeplessness and illness inevitably cause psychological stress. Therefore, the symptoms of the disease further weaken the immune system, allowing the symptoms to accelerate unchecked. This is a tragically self-perpetuating cycle for those afflicted by CFS and other autoimmune syndromes.

 

Break the Cycle

Because Lupus is an autoimmune condition, revitalizing the immune system is the only way to treat the condition at its root and keep the symptoms at bay. Individualized treatment and general support of immune function is paramount. That’s where Immunomax and ImmunoCare come in. Independent clinical studies confirm that when the medicinal extracts in ImmunoCare were ingested as a dietary supplement, in conjunction with topical application of Immunomax, auto immune disorders were reversible, representing real hope of lifetime control of the condition, or possibly even a cure.

 

Dr. Kurt Schnaubelt, author of Medical Aromatherapy, notes that strong immunostimulant medicinal plant extracts and essential oils, as those found in ImmunoCare, a€œRepresent the most consistent and successful treatment for CFS, FMG and other auto immune irregularities and address the problem at all levels.a€

 

Treat Lupus at its root with this three-pronged ImmunoCare, ImmunoMax and Paincare protocol.

 

ImmunoMax and ImmunoCare

Break the Cycle of Lupus – How to Return the System Back to its Original State of Health

 

1) ImmunoCare Dietary Supplement: Strong Immune boosting supplement for immuno deficient conditions  (tonic, stimulant, powerful infection control , neurotonic, and effective immunostimulant).

 

2) ImmunoMax Topical Balm: helps eradicate acute fatigue, respiratory ailments and immune deficiency.  Immunostimulant, anti-viral, and neurotonic.

This is important to apply even if there are no symptoms of respiratory ailment as treatment acts to stimulate circulation and improve energy levels.  To be used in conjunction with ImmunoCare.

 

Paincare

This unique topical balm, comprised of the highest quality all natural and organic therapeutic grade essential oils, posses anti-inflammatory properties and has an analgesic and sedative effect. Paincare promotes relaxation at a deep level and provides a soothing warming sensation to muscle tissue. Reduction in pain will reduce stress and improve sleep patterns, providing even more support for an immune system on the mend.

 

More information refer to http://www.purehealing-us.com

 

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9 thoughts on “Lupus And Pregnancy

  1. devine09

    Can I have a successful pregnancy if I have lupus?
    Im 23yrs and I’ve had lupus for 3yrs now and Im getting to the point where Im ready to start a family and have children. My lupus is under control, I do take plaquenil(100mg) and prednisone(10mg), but Im doing very well. Thank God. I’ve always wanted children, but I’ve been doing a lot of research on lupus pregnancies, and I have found a lot of miscarriage info. YIKES!! What are the chances of NOT having a miscarriage, and just having a successful pregnancy the first time?

    1. The Doc

      Well, yes, you can, but it’s not without risk, and the degree of risk depends on the features of your lupus as well. You do have a higher risk of miscarriage, and there may be an exacerbation of the lupus (not to mention the fact that some of the medicines used to manage the disease cannot be used during pregnancy. The best thing to do is to talk to your doctor and discuss all of the options, risks and benefits with him (or her).

  2. dede

    How serious is Lupus during pregnancy?
    My daughter had preclampsia with her first pregnancy. She is approximately 9 wks. along and is showing signs of the condition already. Last week her doctor told her that current symptoms she is having all point to the possibility of Lupus. He ran some test, and said depending on the test results may decide to hospitalize her for a few days for further testing and begin a treatment plan. I am terribly worried for my daughter and her unborn baby. Just wondered if anyone out their has experienced somewhat the same, and looking for some feedback. Thank you in advance.

    1. Faerie

      Don’t worry. Lupus rarely affects the baby of a woman who has it, but it isn’t nice at all for the mother. Often women contract Lupus whilst pregnant or after they’ve had a baby, as Lupus is often triggered by this. I once knew a woman who had her Lupus at its very worse after she had her first baby. I’ve known 2 women with it, and the second one was so exhausted she spent most of a year in a wheelchair. But Lupus is rarely fatal nowadays, and it’s not disfiguring. They usually use steroids to treat it. (I’m not talking about illegal drugs, I’m talking about medical drugs that have nothing to do with muscle building). Lupus can range in severity. Your daughter’s baby will be fine.

      I’m not going to guarantee you that everything, including the baby, will be ship-shape and fine and dandy, but it is VERY likely. I know the woman above gave you some bad news about premature or ill babies, but the truth is, the two women I know have had 2 or more babies, all completely normal and healthy. Seriously. Not trying to make you feel better. Have a little faith, dear:) Good luck xxx

  3. Sarah

    Lupus and Pregnancy?
    I was just wondering if you can be pregnant and have lupus? i already have a daughter and Ihad a bad pregnancy with her they thought it was my gallbladder well two weeks after I had her I got it taken out and now i am pregnant again and I am having the same kind of pregnancy. Well anyways like I said i am pregnant again and well with my first pregnancy they told me I was anemiac and now with this one it has gotten really bad some days i feel great but others i could just sleep all day (even when I am not pregnant) and i get really bad headaches that last for days at a time even when i am sleeping i can feel them and dont sleep good. Anyways I just was wondering if i should get tested for this disease or if I am just over reacting because I do worry alot so please help!

    1. EllE

      Is there a reason you think you have Lupus? You can have Lupus and be pregnant at the same time. Lupus can also go in waves of how active it is in your body. There is a test for you, but as I remember it wasn’t very accurate to narrow it down. Talk to you OB/GYN for some guidance and you can always get more than one opinion.

  4. Katie

    Can Lupus affect pregnancy tests?
    I am 23. I am now two weeks late for my period. I have had SLE or Systemic Lupus Erythematosus for 4 years now. I have taken two pregnancy tests and both were negative. I am wondering if Lupus can create false negatives. I have read that it can easily create false positives. So I would think that it could go both ways. Does anyone have any information on Lupus and pregnancy tests? more specifically false negatives? I really haven’t felt right lately either. I have been very nauseous and extremely tired. I appreciate any help anyone can give me. Thanks

  5. just me

    Anyone with SLE (lupus) during pregnancy?
    I have SLE and hypothyroidism and I’m pregnant. My OB just scared me so badly about miscarriage and other risks. Can anyone share with me your pregnancy stories, details on how you were treated during pregnancy, and if you were told to do/not do anything during pregnancy to increase your chance of a successful pregnancy? I’m not sure that my OB is really familiar enough with treating SLE patients and would like to make sure I’m also on top of things. Any information is appreciated. I’m stressed right out right now.

    1. Brandi K

      hey, well i don’t have lupus… but my best friend has it… during her pregnancy she just relaxed, didn’t work to much, and ate really healthy…the doctor told her to keep her feet up as much as possible…. her daughter is now 2 and very healthy!!

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