Vitamin C therapy for autoimmune disease lupus SLE
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I was initially diagnosed with lymph node cancer in March 2013, but upon closer examination it turned out to be systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). My condition was life threatening; I spent 10 days in intensive care in the hospital. I was then released with high-dose prednisolone and Plaquenil, which I had to take. Over time, the prednisolone was slowly tapered off.
During this time I felt more badly than right. I was taken to the hospital in an emergency several times. Eventually I was informed that the Plaquenil was no longer working and I was prescribed Imurek instead. The latent liver and spleen inflammation that had existed since the first hospitalization could not be classified, and so I lived with this inflammation for a year. This was accompanied by anemia that debilitated me, and I was told this was the case with many SLE patients. My resting heart rate was hovering around 120-130, which was also troubling me. The heart, lungs and kidneys were unaffected, so the suspicion that prednisolone was to blame was obvious. So for a year on these drugs I was miserable. I then decided to take a vitamin C cure. High-dose vitamin C was ordered intravenously (20 g) 3 times weekly. After the first infusion my brain cleared up and I felt better. After a week (ie 3 infusions) I felt much more energy and my constant joint pain and swelling went down. In addition to the IV therapy, I drank raw vegetable juices daily. In addition, I took about 6 g of liposomal vitamin C on infusion-free days to keep the vitamin C level high. I checked my blood count every month to monitor the changes.
I can say today that I’m doing great. My blood values are normal, the liver values are in the green range, the swelling of the lymph nodes all over my body has disappeared, as has the joint pain / swelling. I feel absolutely healthy! Sunshine doesn’t bother me anymore, even if I’m a bit careful with it. In short: I can lead a normal life again.
The vitamin C infusions now take place once a week again; I still take the liposomal vitamin C every day. The prednisolone has been discontinued while I am still taking 25mg Imurek per day. Imurek is also slowly being phased out. Attached is my blood data, which shows the course.
It has now been a year since my last report and I would like to add a new update on my illness. I was able to stop both Imurek and the vitamin C infusions 6 months ago; instead of the infusions, I now take about 5 g of liposomal vitamin C. I only take Plaquenil every other day. My condition is stable and I am fine.
Here is more information about Lupus SLE and about the effects of vitamin C and nutrition
Wannaporn, 25 yo, SLE (lupus)