I recently read info online about great results in improving outcomes with the use of relatively safe antibiotics over a period of 6 months-2 years. Has anyone tried it and had good results? I currently have the following scleroderma symptoms: Raynaud's, ulcers, loss of range of motion in hands and wrist, skin discoloration on face and chest, GERD, and weight loss. Sounds pretty, right? My GERD seems to have improved after only a month on the antibiotic. I still have GERD but only need TUMs as needed rather than Nexium BID. I'd love to hear about other natural remedies as well.
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