Neuropathy pain

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Neuropathy pain

Postby mrtmeo » Sat Apr 01, 2017 3:16 pm

Anyone know how long it takes to feel improvement for neuropathy pain once on the D protocol?
Mother was on Rituximab and prednisone for Microscopic Polyangiitis which attacked the kidneys and lungs.
Drs denied her dialysis and appropriate treatment for her MPA and forced her into hospice.
She is in heaven and free from pain.
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Re: Neuropathy pain

Postby AntonioBR » Sun Apr 02, 2017 11:36 am

mrtmeo wrote:Anyone know how long it takes to feel improvement for neuropathy pain once on the D protocol?


For neuropathy pain or any other symptom, Coimbra often says that in 6 months (minimum period) patients could see some improvements if their PTH is next to the lower limit of the normal range. Of course, it often changes from patient to patient. Everyone is different.

Also, we often see some testimonials where there are a lot of people that got better with only 4 months.

It depends on the disease too. Multiple Sclerosis, Devic's disease, such complex diseases need more time.

Atopic Dermatitis, Herpes, Crohn's disease, etc. need less time to see good/excellent results.

The levels of vitamin D resistance and stress will also play an important role on this subject.
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Re: Neuropathy pain

Postby mrtmeo » Mon Apr 03, 2017 7:22 am

AntonioBR wrote:
mrtmeo wrote:Anyone know how long it takes to feel improvement for neuropathy pain once on the D protocol?


For neuropathy pain or any other symptom, Coimbra often says that in 6 months (minimum period) patients could see some improvements if their PTH is next to the lower limit of the normal range. Of course, it often changes from patient to patient. Everyone is different.

Also, we often see some testimonials where there are a lot of people that got better with only 4 months.

It depends on the disease too. Multiple Sclerosis, Devic's disease, such complex diseases need more time.

Atopic Dermatitis, Herpes, Crohn's disease, etc. need less time to see good/excellent results.

The levels of vitamin D resistance and stress will also play an important role on this subject.


Those are good points and I'm sure it matters how long the neuropathy existed.
I guess the nerves heal at a rate of 1mm per day.
I have noticed that some folks that got their PTH below normal felt better as long as it doesn't go below 5, but I don't know if that is short term or long term.
Mother was on Rituximab and prednisone for Microscopic Polyangiitis which attacked the kidneys and lungs.
Drs denied her dialysis and appropriate treatment for her MPA and forced her into hospice.
She is in heaven and free from pain.
mrtmeo
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Posts: 119
Joined: Sun Aug 28, 2016 4:44 pm
Location: Wisconsin, USA


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