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Treatment of intermediate MCTs with only regional node involvement have a better outcome than high grade ones. But vets believe that till proper investigations are carried out, treatment of the intermediate grade tumors should be attached highest priority. These lesions are treated with local surgery or radiotherapy only if thorough staging fails to reveal dissemination. The outcome is not very gratifying due to distant and regional metastasis. Since the prognosis is guarded for high grade tumors, a less expensive, coarse fraction radiation therapy protocol can be considered. For several years the use of prednisone has been found to be highly beneficial.

Hi Dr. Jill,
I have been trying claritin once a day in the morning or Benadryl once in the evening (rather than the claritin) and I am noticing a MAJOR decrease in my night-time pain attacks due to my Crohn’s disease. Since starting the histamine blockers listed above I have been able to stop taking nightly narcotics for the pain. I am also on Stelara so I need to figure out which is causing the breakthrough but the reason I tried this is because I was continuing to have pain despite the stelara. This could be a MAJOR breakthrough for me. I am going to do some experiments where I go off the histamine blockers for a week and see what happens, though I am reluctant to mess with a good thing. Very exciting.
Eve

Thanks Danae,
You are really lucky with Moringa it did not agree with me at all. No probiotics agreed with me except Longum – I suspect I have SIBO as well and maybe that’s why Longum is ok as it affects the lower bowel. I know Mangosteen is ok for me as a dried fruit at least so worth checking out the therapeutic dose. I know I need copper and I react to zinc – so that also puts me in the minority. And I’ve started taking progesterone again but I have to mix it with Magnesium oil or it goes straight to adrenaline and gives me a burning crown along with insomnia. I know my case is too bizarre for this forum and no practitioner has been able to sort it out so far here in Australia, but I really believe it has to do with the pesticide exposure that has changed my digestion, hormones and neurotransmitters. In the meantime I’ll keep eating potatoes for my B6!!!

If one has Lyme – it is likely one has not been detoxing mercury well, and so starting at very low levels of zinc supplemetation is advised, like 15 to 30 mg only a few days a week to start, and building up. This is mostly to avoid detoxing mercury too fast. A binder needs to be used as well – like charcoal, clay, chlorella. blue green algae, etc. to avoid bouncing mercury through out the body. Some practitioners, such as Dr Klinghardt are saying with Lyme strive for zinc / copper balance and thus advise taking small amounts of copper with zinc to assist. However Dr Walsh seems to advise to supplement zinc well and high enough levels, especially where HPU (Pyrrole) is involved, which also is often the case with infection.

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If one has Lyme – it is likely one has not been detoxing mercury well, and so starting at very low levels of zinc supplemetation is advised, like 15 to 30 mg only a few days a week to start, and building up. This is mostly to avoid detoxing mercury too fast. A binder needs to be used as well – like charcoal, clay, chlorella. blue green algae, etc. to avoid bouncing mercury through out the body. Some practitioners, such as Dr Klinghardt are saying with Lyme strive for zinc / copper balance and thus advise taking small amounts of copper with zinc to assist. However Dr Walsh seems to advise to supplement zinc well and high enough levels, especially where HPU (Pyrrole) is involved, which also is often the case with infection.

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