It may may already been discussed previously, but I'd like some input from any who are familiar with some antibiotic protocols for LUPUS in particular?? The reason I ask is that this old theory still is followed by only a handful of physicians, (hard to reach for so many), and represents an interesting concept developed over 50-60 years ago with the research of early physicians, primarily started by Dr. Thomas McPherson Brown, for autoimmune problems, but primarily for Rheumatoid arthritis as part of the picture. His work has been followed up still by some very worthy proponents to this day, who feel there are some cell wall-less toxic bacterial by-products, and mycoplasma, which in normal immune systems generally are innocuous, but in sensitized Lupus and RA patients, plus MTCD, MS, and other autoimmune situations, these small common elements that reside in foci of infection of the body become very pertinent in the treatment plan of autoimmune patients. I'm primarily interested in anybody who has tried these approaches, and suspect few here have because rheumtologists have completely closed minds about this. So let me know if you have had any experience with antibiotic use for lupus, or other autoimmune problems. Many of you may not have heard of this. But this can get the ball rolling hopefully to discuss this further. Some will say it's bunk,,particularly most of your doctors. But are they REALLY helping you that much now? Are you cured, or in remission. I realize this is complicated, as every case of lupus is different. But I'd like to pursue it, and hear from anybody who has tried this course of action.
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