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Multiple autoimmune diseases

Autoimmune Diseases | Last Active: Nov 23, 2021 | Replies (76)

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Thank you! I truly hope so, I guess I should have asked questions back when they said blood enzymes were off. I never thought something like this was possible! I was a little overweight, ate frosting as a child as my mom made wedding cakes and others and I used to bake. I’ve had about 20 mild drinks in my life as I don’t like flavor of alcohol or coffee. Never did drugs or smoked, boring life as I put it! So now I eat chicken, turkey, whole grains, fruit, veggies.

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I’ve always believed healthy eating is the best way to live, and certainly my diet continues to be healthy…lots of fruit, veggies, whole grains, no sugar or white flour. I’ve always walked a lot, social drinking, no smoking, etc.. Never had to take medications, occasional cold, nothing more. But, I ended up with PBC, Sjogren’s Syndrome, Raynaud’s Syndrome, liver disease, a liver transplant, and neuropathy. As a rheumatologist PA told me…I have bad genes, along with a primary who repeatedly ignored my early “warning” symptoms.

Supposedly PBC and other autoimmune diseases can be triggered by infections. I traveled a lot in Mexico and had giardiasis several times. This may have been my trigger. But, bottom line…it’s in the genes.

Oh…coffee is reportedly good for the liver!