Stiffness. (Early in the morning)
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Difficulty in concentration Depression
pain and dryness Painful menstrual cycles
Irritable bladder Cognitive disorder
– One of our most important services is providing knowledge about
these rare diseases and their most current treatments. How to avoid
Women have a robust immune system about 75 percent of autoimmune
diseases occur in women, most frequently during the childbearing
years. We see the immune system acting like a double edged
sword. Autoimmune illnesses occur more frequently after
menopause, others improve during pregnancy, flare-ups
can occur after delivery, while still others will get worse during
pregnancy. Fibromyalgia is the most common disorder in women all
over the world.
Autoimmune diseases also seem to have a
genetic component, but they can cluster in families as different
illnesses. For example, a mother may have lupus; her daughter,
diabetes; her grandmother, rheumatoid arthritis.
Stress is important factor in immune dysfunction. Stress is
immune mediated and even two aspirins can calm down a stress attack.
Women often get PTSD after stress induced by car accidents.
If a woman has symptoms of fatigue, stiffness and weakness she may
be suffering from a autoimmune disease. Ignore those who say its all
in your head.
Celiac disease is considered as a autoimmune
disease and so is Chronic Lymes. Immune deficient patients
have a higher incidence of autoimmune diseases. They usually present
with IgG subclass deficiency. So IgG level and subclass levels are a
important issue to be evaluated. In 1992 a paper written in
Paris described that IVIg treatment will fix T cell, B cell ,
complement and immune deficiency related issues in a autoimmune
Introduction to Dysautonomia
Dysautonomias include (FMS) fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome,
syncope (blackout), panic attacks, anxiety, tachy- cardia, irritable
bowel syndrome (IBS,) & postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome