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11/16/2010 20:28
Miles 
11/16/2010 20:28
Miles 
Serrapeptase

Family genetics. My older brother was diagnosed and had the surgery about 5 years ago. Now it is making an appearance in my hands. I am not too concerned because it is mild at this point.

Have any of you tried Serrapeptase??

www.serrapeptase.info

any comments would be appreciated.

Miles

11/16/2010 20:58
Larry 
11/16/2010 20:58
Larry 
Re: Serrapeptase - Be sceptical ! Better use RADIOTHERAPY

Miles:
Family genetics. My older brother was diagnosed and had the surgery about 5 years ago. Now it is making an appearance in my hands. I am not too concerned because it is mild at this point.

Have any of you tried Serrapeptase??

www.serrapeptase.info

any comments would be appreciated.

Miles


Get a careful examination of both your hands and feet from an experienced doctor and consider
radiotherapy as early as possible - especially if you have NO FUNCTION DEFICIT at present !

That's my advice and experience with the early treatment and good success, Larry

11/16/2010 21:23
Miles 
11/16/2010 21:23
Miles 
Re: Serrapeptase

Larry:
Miles:
Family genetics. My older brother was diagnosed and had the surgery about 5 years ago. Now it is making an appearance in my hands. I am not too concerned because it is mild at this point.

Have any of you tried Serrapeptase??

www.serrapeptase.info

any comments would be appreciated.

Miles


Get a careful examination of both your hands and feet from an experienced doctor and consider
radiotherapy as early as possible - especially if you have NO FUNCTION DEFICIT at present !

That's my advice and experience with the early treatment and good success, Larry


Thanks Larry;

I had an initial consult last week and am now on the "waiting list" to see a specialist. I live in British Columbia so I am not sure how long the wait will be.

At this point there is no mobility problems; but I agree with you, do it sooner rather than later.

I still think there may be a benifit from the serrapeptase, but don't want to aggrivate the situatiuon

11/17/2010 16:20
Larry 
11/17/2010 16:20
Larry 
Re: Radiotherapy instead of Serrapeptase ... / Recommendation

Miles:
Larry:
Miles:
Family genetics. My older brother was diagnosed and had the surgery about 5 years ago. Now it is making an appearance in my hands. I am not too concerned because it is mild at this point.

Have any of you tried Serrapeptase??

www.serrapeptase.info

any comments would be appreciated.

Miles


Get a careful examination of both your hands and feet from an experienced doctor and consider
radiotherapy as early as possible - especially if you have NO FUNCTION DEFICIT at present !

That's my advice and experience with the early treatment and good success, Larry


Thanks Larry;

I had an initial consult last week and am now on the "waiting list" to see a specialist. I live in British Columbia so I am not sure how long the wait will be.

At this point there is no mobility problems; but I agree with you, do it sooner rather than later.

I still think there may be a benifit from the serrapeptase, but don't want to aggrivate the situatiuon

If you have to wait too long, I could recommend to visit Prof. Seegenschmiedt in Germany, to my
knowledge the most experienced clinician in examination of feet and hand and providing reasonable
advise - however you need to make a vacation trip to the City of Hamburg !

11/18/2010 23:32
Cwilson52621 
11/18/2010 23:32
Cwilson52621 
Re: Serrapeptase

I am 53 and have had LH in right foot since 43. Have DC in both hands, but right hand worse than left. Two nodules in right hand were touching each other off little finger to middle of palm. Went to specialist for feet and hands, both doctors hit the diagnoses right on. My father, his sister and now I have this. I tried hand message and foot message therapy but just aggravated the condition. Then started acupuncture treatments. Have had 10 in two and half months. Nodules much smaller everywhere. Have one nodule that is much harder. Going to try the Serrapeptase enzyme starting this week along with acupuncture treatments. Doctors not very encouraging that any kind of surgery the DC and LH will come back.
Carol

Edited 11/19/10 01:47

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