Declining Health, Lupus Case Study
58-year-old female with history of lupus, completely hysterectomy, osteoporosis and multiple tumors was doing very poorly for 2 years, especially in the past 6 mos, practically bedridden. She felt as if she had a flu all the time, with pain in chest, numbness and tingling in arms and shoulders. She felt she may have had mercury poisoning from a 1991 inhalation accident of flea spray. She had back surgery in 2015 for L4, L5 & S1 fractures, with history of leukopenia for 5 yrs and osteoporosis.
The day after her first infusion, she felt the back pain improved, and chest pain/tightness mostly gone. Prior to the infusion, she was having chest pain several times a day (was taking nitro for it, did extensive testing of the heart, and was told that her chest pain was a result of her lupus attacking her heart).