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Kristin, How can these adverse affects not be connected to the vaccine when the occurences are so common?! A coincidence? I think not. I'm sorry your daughter has Raynaud's. She just happens to be one case of autoimmune disease not connected to the vaccine. And yes, holistic medicine is an excellent adjunt for AD as I am using it for Myasthenia Gravis. But studies are showing that there is a higher percentage of cases involving adverse effects from Gardisil than there are cases of cervical cancer, the vaccine is NOT 100% effective, and booster shots may be required after about 5 years. Before girls and women are so freely pushed to expose their bodies to new chemicals, it is our doctors' jobs to warn us of the long and short term side-effects. Too bad they never told us of such things!

The most likely cause is thyroid dysfunction. Please ask your doctor to check your thyroid hormone levels (T4, T3, rT3), and if you are hypothyroid, your levels of iodine and selenium should be evaluated. You need both trace minerals to produce and utilize thyroid hormones. Providing them, if you are currently deficient –and many people are — may restore healthful thyroid function. If not, thyroid hormone replacement (levothyroxine, T4) is commonly done, but just remember have your doctor check your thyroid hormone levels after the first 6 months and then at least annually to ensure the dosage you are being given is correct for you. Too high a dosage promotes bone loss.

Hi there. I just found your blog and I’m hooked. I’m 43 and was diagnosed roughly a year ago with a “less common” form of the autoimmune disorder LPP, one that affects the scalp, causing burning and itching and then hair loss and follicle death. When I was diagnosed, I had developed several oval “dead” patches on my scalp around my hairline where no hair will ever grow again. I had thinning throughout the top and also a receding hairline. I was placed on Plaquenil, twice-daily topical steroids for my scalp, and Rogaine. The Plaquenil is used to treat Lupus, but it can also get LPP under control.

Alkylating agents are the oldest group of chemotherapeutics in use today. Originally derived from mustard gas used in World War I , there are now many types of alkylating agents in use. [1] They are so named because of their ability to alkylate many molecules, including proteins , RNA and DNA . This ability to bind covalently to DNA via their alkyl group is the primary cause for their anti-cancer effects. [32] DNA is made of two strands and the molecules may either bind twice to one strand of DNA (intrastrand crosslink) or may bind once to both strands (interstrand crosslink). If the cell tries to replicate crosslinked DNA during cell division , or tries to repair it, the DNA strands can break. This leads to a form of programmed cell death called apoptosis . [31] [33] Alkylating agents will work at any point in the cell cycle and thus are known as cell cycle-independent drugs. For this reason the effect on the cell is dose dependent; the fraction of cells that die is directly proportional to the dose of drug. [34]

Thanks so much for the information on Splenda. I have been a heavy user of Splenda (Coffee, on my Oatmeal, other foods that are enhanced with “sugar”, etc.) I have never had problems with dryness of the mouth or significantly chapped lips. Even when I was in the Korean War and slept in foxholes outside where the temperature at times was 20 to 30 degrees below zero, I did not suffer from chapped lips or dryness of the mouth. Lately however, I have encountered a significant dryness of my lips (to the point of splitting and bleeding)and dryness in the front inside of my mouth. Reacting normally to the dry lips, I have tried practically every lip balm on the market; however, while I have enjoyed temporary relief at times, the dryness has returned like clock work. I have been trying to isolate foods/drinks/alcohol/etc. in my diet in an attempt to pinpoint what might be causing this dryness. I have not been able to identify what has been causing my problem. Now, after reading about Splenda (Sucralose) and reading the testimonies of others, I on this day am removing all Splenda from my diet because it is very possible that with my heavy use of Splenda, I have ingested a significant amount of chlorine. I will monitor any changes in the dryness of my mouth and the chapness of my lips and let you know if there have been any relief. Thanks so much for the information on Splenda.

Side effects of halobetasol propionate

side effects of halobetasol propionate

Alkylating agents are the oldest group of chemotherapeutics in use today. Originally derived from mustard gas used in World War I , there are now many types of alkylating agents in use. [1] They are so named because of their ability to alkylate many molecules, including proteins , RNA and DNA . This ability to bind covalently to DNA via their alkyl group is the primary cause for their anti-cancer effects. [32] DNA is made of two strands and the molecules may either bind twice to one strand of DNA (intrastrand crosslink) or may bind once to both strands (interstrand crosslink). If the cell tries to replicate crosslinked DNA during cell division , or tries to repair it, the DNA strands can break. This leads to a form of programmed cell death called apoptosis . [31] [33] Alkylating agents will work at any point in the cell cycle and thus are known as cell cycle-independent drugs. For this reason the effect on the cell is dose dependent; the fraction of cells that die is directly proportional to the dose of drug. [34]

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