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pemphigoid and osteoporosis
Posted by: Debbie
Date: April 15, 2002 5:52 PM

My mother-in-law was just disgnosed with pemphigoid. So far, she only has blisters in her mouth, which are extremely painful. She can eat hardly anything. She's 75 years old and basically healthy except for Osteoporosis. Will this disease eventually overtake all membranes or will it lay dormant in the mouth area only? The doctor has her on only steroids and this doesn't seem to be helping. She just lost my father-in-law to cancer and is going through a tremendous amount of grief of their 50 year marriage.



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RE: pemphigoid and osteoporosis
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: April 16, 2002 1:38 PM

You can read my article titled Bullous Pemphigoid under Library Articles. This disorder tends to recur and is usually related to a subtle digestive disorder which can be treated only with the German SanPharma remedies and detoxification. Osteoporosis indicates that a person has not maintained alkalinity for many years and the body had robbed the bones of minerals to keep the blood alkaline. Progesterone also plays an important part in maintaining bones and goes into sharp decline at menopause, however it can be supplemented. When the bones are completely exhausted and the blood becomes acid, death follows, so it is not a bad idea to prevent the process from progressing.



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