AMYLOSIS TRANSTHYRETINE: Barks, Plants, Herbal teas,

The treatment we offer you consists of herbs, plants and medicinal roots whose properties will relieve the symptoms of amyloidosis and slow its progression. The anti-inflammatory, diuretic, and purifying properties among others of our remedies will be beneficial to people suffering from an affection of the kidneys, lymph glands, spleen, liver, nervous and cardiovascular system. We ship worldwide You can contact us by WhatsApp at +22990431736

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DESCRIPTION

Amyloidosis is systemic damage to the body caused by the deposit in the tissues of a special substance of amyloid (protein-polysaccharide complex). The disease can lead to organ failure, atrophy and other serious disorders. Most often, the disease is diagnosed in patients of retirement age. 

DAWABIO'S NATURAL REMEDY FOR AMYLOSIS

Our treatment is not intended to completely treat the disease, but rather to slow its progression and relieve the various symptoms of the disease. Indeed the natural remedy that we offer consists of plants with anti-inflammatory properties. It will also purify your blood and its diuretic properties will benefit you if you have kidney, lymph node and spleen disease. For people with nervous and cardiovascular disease, these plants will help restore the functioning of these different systems. Our treatment is an all in one for the treatment of amyloidosis.

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DURATION OF TREATMENT

The treatment will be done for 2 months with a one-month break where you will evaluate the benefits of our herbal tea in your body. Depending on the improvements observed, you can decide to start a second treatment again, then after a pause, a third treatment. Each cure is observed over two months.

TYPES AND CAUSES 

There are several types of amyloidosis:

  • primary;
  • secondary (occurring against the background of several chronic inflammations);
  • hereditary (due to birth defects);
  • senile (appears in old age);
  • dialysis (diagnosed after hemodialysis).

However, the exact cause of the disease is often impossible to establish.

SYMPTOMS

The signs of the disease are different, they depend on the exact location of the amyloid deposits, the extent of the disease and the presence of complications. Often there is a complex of symptoms that reflect damage to multiple organs.

With gastrointestinal amyloidosis, there are:

  • enlargement of the tongue;
  • difficulty in swallowing;
  • violation of stool;
  • heartburn, nausea;
  • abdominal pain.

Signs of hepatic amyloidosis :

  • change in the size of the liver;
  • pain in the hypochondrium on the right;
  • nausea, belching;
  • jaundice.

For pancreatic amyloidosis, the pain in the left hypochondrium on the left is inherently dull.

Heart amylosis results in a disturbance of the rhythm, myocardial damage, heart failure.

The amylose nervous system  has the following symptoms:

  • peripheral polyneuropathy (numbness of limbs, tingling sensation, burning sensation);
  • headache, dizziness, sweating;
  • urinary and fecal incontinence;
  • sexual dysfunction.

With amyloidosis of the respiratory system, hoarseness of the voice, bronchitis is observed.

CONSEQUENCES AND COMPLICATIONS

Against the background of amyloidosis, various acute pathological conditions develop that can cause the death of the patient. The most common and dangerous complications of the disease include:

  1. Myocardial infarction-. A persistent increase in blood pressure with nephrotic syndrome and renal failure leads to an increased load on the heart muscle. The deposition of amyloids in the tissues of an organ leads to a serious disturbance of its activity. This results in an imbalance between oxygen consumption and its intake. Its deficiency is particularly acute during physical exertion or emotional shock. If no fatal outcome has occurred (alas, this happens most often), scar forms in the area of ​​myocardial infarction, which only exacerbates the already complicated heart activity. The result of this scar is the development of chronic heart failure.
  2. Stroke is a pathological condition in which there is a violation of the blood supply to brain tissues. Amyloidosis is characterized by the development of a hemorrhagic stroke - a disease in which bleeding opens through the wall of a blood vessel that has been deformed. As a result, the nerve cells are saturated with blood, after which they die. Such a disorder is manifested by a variety of symptoms, but the most dangerous consequence is the death of the patient.
  3. Renal venous thrombosis. This process occurs due to the accumulation of fibrinogens and their sedimentation on the walls of the renal veins. Against the background of obstruction of the lumen of blood vessels, renal failure develops. A disease develops when, with nephrotic syndrome, the kidneys "lack" a large amount of plasma albumin protein. At the same time, fibrinogen is not excreted anywhere, its level increases, and it begins to deposit on the walls of blood vessels in the form of blood clots.
  4. The development of infectious diseases. The immune system of a patient with amyloidosis is virtually inactive due to the failure of several organs and the active removal of proteins from the blood. Most often, patients are diagnosed with pneumonia, glomerulonephritis, pyelonephritis. Often the integuments of the skin, soft tissues and the gastrointestinal tract (food toxicity) also suffer. In addition, people with amyloidosis are very susceptible to viral infections. They often develop mumps, pathologies of the herpes virus, etc.

DIAGNOSTICS 

To make a diagnosis, a full body examination is necessary:

  • laboratory tests (blood, urine, faeces);
  • ECG
  • pulmonary radiography;
  • Ultrasound of the abdomen.

The most informative method for diagnosing the disease is organ biopsy.

TREATMENT AND PREVENTION

In most cases, treatment for amyloidosis is done at home. In the presence of complications, the patient can be hospitalized.

Treatment of amyloidosis includes taking medication and following a number of doctor's recommendations. But in severe cases the spleen is removed, a kidney or liver transplant may be needed.

The list of drugs depends on the location of deposits, the degree of damage to the body, existing complications. So, with secondary amyloidosis, specific treatment of the primary disease is required. In addition, drugs are prescribed to eliminate the symptoms.

In addition, the patient is often given a special diet (restriction of protein and salt intake).

There is no specific prophylactic program for amyloidosis, as the exact causes of the disease are unknown.

Amyloidosis is a complex disease that requires ongoing treatment. A patient with amyloidosis should be regularly monitored by a specialist and undergo examinations in order to monitor the state of health. The "SM-Clinic" medical center has modern diagnostic equipment, which allows you to make an accurate diagnosis in the shortest possible time. An experienced and highly qualified specialists from the center will prescribe effective treatment and ensure proper patient care.

 

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