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For the past 3 months i had something small on the skin where the leg and the foot connect, something that looked like a healing wound but it would never actually heal, it would just stay there being dry and white almost scabbing and itching ONLY IF i touch it, and it was hard to the touch, otherwise apart from knowing its there i had no problems with it...

Well i got a diagnosis today and its Post Traumatic Dermatitis...

The derm said its a small case so its gonna be easy to treat and prescribed a Cortisone cream, he said he prescribed me a STRONG one, i didnt have the heart to tell him i wont be treating myself with it, he is the one doctor thats always been good to me...

He said to use it for a month and we will see what happens...
The cream he prescribed is called DERMOVATE...

I will research this now to see what i could use which is natural, please post if you know anything about this ''problem''...

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Old 10-17-2012, 03:18 AM
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Ok im stunned, there is nothing about Post Traumatic Dermatitis on the internet Cant believe it...

Its all post traumatic stress and epilepsy and other post traumatic things, but nothing on post traumatic dermatitis...


So its up to someone to tell me what i can use on this, i cant find anything on the internet...jesus
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Old 10-17-2012, 03:20 AM
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I dont want to use the cortisone cream, anything pharmaceutical as you already know...

But if i cant find anything else to try i wont really have an option, where are my healers??
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Dermatitis in dogs is caused by yeast.

Dermatitis in humans is caused by yeast, and the yeast overgrowth can be traced back to vitamin/mineral deficiency.

It is my opinion, after reading about all your health issues thus far, that you are dealing with a very severe case of yeast. Therefore, my advice to you would be to research colloidal minerals, yeast symptoms, yeast overgrowth, systemic yeast infection, and anti-fungals, both prescription and natural.

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Do you mean candida yeast morphed into its agressive fungal form because the intestines are too alkaline or something?

As far as i know yeast is normal but when there is lack of probiotic bacteria or a messed up PH(Too alkaline) the yeast turns into its fungal form and then we get symptoms and problems..?

So what can i use on this one ''spot'' at least to get the symptom to go away, ACV? Lemon? Honey? MMS? Anything?
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What would you use on your dog? jesus...
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This worked like magic for me, please try it and report back!

http://www.natmedtalk.com/showthread.php?t=25968
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QUOTE=truestorytotell;206279]Do you mean candida yeast morphed into its agressive fungal form because the intestines are too alkaline or something?
I don't know if they morph, or if they just multiply to the point where they control the gut, and thus the health of the victim.


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As far as i know yeast is normal but when there is lack of probiotic bacteria or a messed up PH(Too alkaline) the yeast turns into its fungal form and then we get symptoms and problems..?
A small amount of yeast is normal, and yes probiotics help to keep their numbers low, however several things can upset the balance, such as antibiotics, alcohol, chlorinated water, and lack of nutrients that help prevent all this in the first place..

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So what can i use on this one ''spot'' at least to get the symptom to go away, ACV? Lemon? Honey? MMS? Anything?
You need to use something that won't burn, such as colloidal silver. You can also take in some natural antifungals, such as coconut oil, oil of oregano, and grapefruit seed extract, as well as a good quality probiotic and a change of diet. (phase 1 diet)

You need to research yeast, find out the many symptoms, and see how many of these symptoms you actually have. The next step, is to see a good doctor, one who knows about yeast and proper nutrition.

If my dog had a yeast infection, I would add colloidal silver to the water bowl as well as using it topically for skin issues. Most health issues with dogs are due to poor nutrition from crappy Wal-Mart dog food. Add in a few vaccinations, some tap water, and poor health soon follows.

The same can be said for humans..
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This worked like magic for me, please try it and report back!

http://www.natmedtalk.com/showthread.php?t=25968

Wow, thanks. I might try it.

Arrowind you said Lugols Iodine might help, and im getting some soon.

Vitamin D shouldn't be a problems since around here its still summer, and its been a hot sunny summer so im covered on that one for now. I didnt exactly go sungazing but i got enough sun.

MMS i could also try this on my foot. Specially since im gonna be using it now in a matter of days.

Oregano oil+cold pressed extra virgin olive oil, MMS, Lugols Iodine...?...

Its feels good to have options in life hahaha
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A small amount of yeast is normal, and yes probiotics help to keep their numbers low, however several things can upset the balance, such as antibiotics, alcohol, chlorinated water, and lack of nutrients that help prevent all this in the first place..
Its been 2 years since i havent been a heavy drinker, its been 12 months surely where i got drunk like once a month, and for the past 6 months i hardly drink, i work in a bar/club and the way those people drink, i have to keep turning everyone down on shots and such every night, but i do so i know i dont drink, i be drinking fresh lime,lemon,orange juice and stuff like that, mostly water though...

Antibiotics ive never been on heavy prolonged use in my life, and the last time i took antibiotics was when i had a nose surgery 1,5 years ago, a failed nose surgery i might add :/
For the past year ive not taken any pharmaceuticals, not even for a headache(rare) or a painful tooth, id be swishing baking soda or alcohol to numb the pain

Chlorinated water. Well i dont know the quality of the water i drink, here is what happens, all over the country i live in there are these ''wells'', basically you take your balloon, you go there, insert a coin, and water comes out, thats what EVERYONE drinks, ok 90%, the rest either have a filtration system or just go out and buy bottled water in plastic bottles, yuck. And i keep my water in some 15 glass bottles i have, clear glass. in the fridge, but i usually leave a bottle out to drink throughout the day in order for the water to get to room temperature, and so when i drink it the cells in my body can absorb it easier because the body wont have to stress and tire itself out with buffering the temperature of the water. And if i feel like it, i open the fridge and pour a glass of cold water,



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You need to use something that won't burn, such as colloidal silver. You can also take in some natural antifungals, such as coconut oil, oil of oregano, and grapefruit seed extract, as well as a good quality probiotic and a change of diet. (phase 1 diet)

You need to research yeast, find out the many symptoms, and see how many of these symptoms you actually have. The next step, is to see a good doctor, one who knows about yeast and proper nutrition.

If my dog had a yeast infection, I would add colloidal silver to the water bowl as well as using it topically for skin issues. Most health issues with dogs are due to poor nutrition from crappy Wal-Mart dog food. Add in a few vaccinations, some tap water, and poor health soon follows.

The same can be said for humans..

I just got a new probiotic yesterday, and i plan to order more from the internet, because the good probiotics in Bio shops are so costly around here, and the cheap ones in pharmacies are loaded with crap.

Coconut oil, grapefruit seed extract, i could also try these. More options

A change of diet yea probably i could do better on diet, even though i think i have a good diet, but it could always be better, then again, if money was not such a big luxury, it would have been better.

I do need to research yeast, HPV i know, now its yeast's turn..

Actually there is this one doctor which is exactly what i need, and i would actually be willing to go see this guy but for now i have to be my own doctor, and as finances get better, we see and we do...

Now that you mention vaccinations, i had a few when i was a kid, its been many years since i had my last vaccine, im 23 in 2 weeks so i would say its been a decade give or take a year since i had my last vaccinations.

Water my history with it is i grew in a country we could drink water from any tap we could find everywhere, drink it, shower with it, it was wonderful. When i was 9 years old we moved to another country one where tap water was not to be drinked, I remember going back to my home-country for summers and id go to a store to buy water, and they would always point me to sparkling water, id ask for plain water and you cant imagine how many stores didnt sell it, people would just look at me like, go to the bathroom if you're thirsty hah lol. That was around the year 2000

Anyway that has all changed now, the water companies used to be owned by the government, ex-communist country, not Soviet. Now its private and it belongs to some German or Polish or Italian company and the tap water has been enriched by CHEMICALS, its a sad situation :/
Every store now has bottled water all you want
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I started applying MMS on this, its the third day today...
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I don't know if they morph, or if they just multiply to the point where they control the gut, and thus the health of the victim.
They morph + multiply; candida is a pleomorphic organism and in it's "other" form is a major cause of leaky gut.

Pleomorphic organisms are quite fascinating to study, especially in conjunction with Antoine Bechamp (don't get me started on Bechamp and Pasteur ) and Gaston Naessen's somatodes.
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I addressed the dimorphic properties of candida here http://www.natmedtalk.com/showthread...831#post193736

This is why it is important to keep the pH balanced as best as possible, if you are concerned about candida. The intestines need to be slightly acid. There is a narrow range that the body will keep the pH within through the use of over 200 various ph mechanisms. Respiration is one of them. Although it is difficult to change your body pH through diet, you can overwhelm the immune system such that it cannot operate fast enough, giving the yeast and opportunity to morph into fungi.

Another strange pathogen is H. Pylori. It produces ammonia in order to protect itself from stomach acid. Pathogens are amazing creatures.
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