Saturday, January 2, 2010

Lupus Erythematosus Treatment What Is The Treatment For Systemic Lupus Erythematosus?

What is the treatment for systemic lupus erythematosus? - lupus erythematosus treatment

Some say there is no cure for this, is that true?

2 comments:

Angie said...

Hello

All the answers at the time to give the correct answer. Our standard initial treatment of malaria is that the immune system calm down, then you can progress to steroids, if the fight against malaria is not working and that after a more aggressive treatment is chemotherapy.

Lupus can be controlled or at least with diet and exercise. We clinically tested with a low GI diet with great success - on the web about this - and exercise - what do you feel you can. I personally systemic lupus, and my control with the low GI diet and exercise (I go to the gym) and do not take any drugs.

If you have further questions, please contact our online nurse can get help.

http://lupus.org.uk/onlinenurse.htm

Angie said...

Hello

All the answers at the time to give the correct answer. Our standard initial treatment of malaria is that the immune system calm down, then you can progress to steroids, if the fight against malaria is not working and that after a more aggressive treatment is chemotherapy.

Lupus can be controlled or at least with diet and exercise. We clinically tested with a low GI diet with great success - on the web about this - and exercise - what do you feel you can. I personally systemic lupus, and my control with the low GI diet and exercise (I go to the gym) and do not take any drugs.

If you have further questions, please contact our online nurse can get help.

http://lupus.org.uk/onlinenurse.htm

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