I live in Romania and I have a cousin who has symptoms that have been described as very similar to those in scleroderma. More specifically, he is feeling very weak, having mainly heart problems (tachycardia) and hypertension, associated with gastrointestinal problems, dry mouth, muscular pains and extreme fatigue. However, when tested with Sclero 70 (a test), the results were negative.
As he is feeling very bad, with no improvement whatsoever for many months now, he is desperately seeking someone who could help him find out more about this disease and treatments for it - especially naturist treatments.
Although the results to the test were negative, he believes that he could have scleroderma, as he has found out that scleroderma is very difficult to diagnose. If there is someone with similar symptoms who has been diagnosed with scleroderma who would like to share his/her experiences and/or knows they could be of some help, please contact me.
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Story posted 10-14-99 SLE
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