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    Luck20
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    I’ve read connective tissue diseases can affect the connective tissue in the eyes. Is it possible AP could help reverse recent vision problems? 9 months ago, after a couple months of scleroderma being at its peak, I noticed vision changes that kept getting worse for the next 6 months until I finally went for glasses in December. Now, in the last month, everything is improving! Its been 7 months on AP and I’m seeing improvements in every area.

    Could it be possible my eyes could go back to normal? Has anyone heard of this happening?

    Originally +Ana May 2017 (now negative Jan 2018), scleroderma or uctd, Morphea (now mostly gone!), Myositis (mostly better) Probable Lyme w/coinfections,
    Mild reflux and mild ild, skin hardening (continued softening and some parts normal again) Impaired liver function, now normal after 1 year.

    Minocin m-f 2x, ldn 4.5, cellcept 3000, digestive enzymes, probiotics, Monolaurens, Olive leaf extract, Grape seed extract, vit D, Multivitamin, herbal rotations.
    Past: Azithromycin and Tinidazole rotation.

    #463753
    Pinkmoth
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    Hi Luck,
    That is pretty amazing. Great that youve seen improvement in your vision on AP.
    I developed adult onset strabisumus (crossed eyes) which is kind of unusual and I still have not figured out if it was related to the connective tissue disease, since it seemed to start a lot earlier than any of my other scleroderma symptoms. Had to have corrective surgery. Been good since.

    To answer your question i think yes, it is possible that your eyes could go back to normal. I think a lot of weird stuff happens with these diseases that is not fully understood, and there have been a good number of people on here with amazing symptom reversals on AP.

    Autoimmune: ANA negative SD or MCTD with SD overlap. Hashimoto's
    Infections: Bartonella, toxoplasmosis, H pylori, mycoplasma, EBV
    Meds: minocycline (Zydus generic) 100mg BID, Azithromycin 250mg BID, Xanax 0.25mg TID
    Supps: Fish oil, NAC, bovine colostrum, digestive enzymes, Monolaurin, Betaine hydrochloric acid, Mastic gum, DGL, manuka honey + black cucurmin seed, melatonin, iron

    #463759
    Luck20
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    Thanks for your reply pinkmoth. I hope things continue to improve. I’d love to be free of glasses. It just seemed odd how it happened. My eyesight would change frequently. I figured it was just meds, but then I started to see double. Yet, it seemed like if I kept switching eyes, I could make it merge back into one again. Then after awhile, that didnt work and I went and got glasses. Now I keep forgeting to wear them because my eyesight seems 80% normal.

    Originally +Ana May 2017 (now negative Jan 2018), scleroderma or uctd, Morphea (now mostly gone!), Myositis (mostly better) Probable Lyme w/coinfections,
    Mild reflux and mild ild, skin hardening (continued softening and some parts normal again) Impaired liver function, now normal after 1 year.

    Minocin m-f 2x, ldn 4.5, cellcept 3000, digestive enzymes, probiotics, Monolaurens, Olive leaf extract, Grape seed extract, vit D, Multivitamin, herbal rotations.
    Past: Azithromycin and Tinidazole rotation.

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