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home:diseases:ankylosing_spondylitis [02.11.2019]
sallieq [Introduction]
home:diseases:ankylosing_spondylitis [08.12.2019] (current)
sallieq [Patient responses]
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 <​relatedarticle>​ [[home:​diseases:​rheumatoid_arthritis|Arthritis]] </​article>​ <​relatedarticle>​ [[home:​diseases:​rheumatoid_arthritis|Arthritis]] </​article>​
  
-===== Introduction =====+
  
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 [[https://​medlineplus.gov/​ency/​article/​003551.htm|HLA-B27]] a blood test to look for a protein that is found on the surface of white blood cells. The protein is called human leukocyte antigen B27 (HLA-B27). [[https://​medlineplus.gov/​ency/​article/​003551.htm|HLA-B27]] a blood test to look for a protein that is found on the surface of white blood cells. The protein is called human leukocyte antigen B27 (HLA-B27).
  
-==== Standard treatments ​====+==== Immune suppression ​====
  
 Injections used in standard medical treatment are seriously immune suppressant ​ Injections used in standard medical treatment are seriously immune suppressant ​
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 The Bath Ankylosing Disease Activity Index remains the gold standard for assessing disease activity in a routine practice, despite poor correlation with C-reactive protein (CRP) levels and MRI inflammation. ​  ​(({{pubmed>​long:​30624284}})) The Bath Ankylosing Disease Activity Index remains the gold standard for assessing disease activity in a routine practice, despite poor correlation with C-reactive protein (CRP) levels and MRI inflammation. ​  ​(({{pubmed>​long:​30624284}}))
  
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-<​blockquote>​ I have found an orange juice with calcium and NO D!   I also found a lactose fat free milk (LandOLakes) D free ....with calcium. ​ It is called Dairy Ease.  Perfect for this lactose intolerant, D free, calcium deficient 
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- I do fair better with fortified calcium foods than I do calcium supplements! ​  I tend to get pains in my back if I take more than 800 mgs of calcium daily in pill form.  But I am determined to get my bones stronger</​blockquote>​ 
  
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 <​blockquote>​ I was on Fosamax for 2 years, which lead to acid reflux and the need for Prilosec. ​ My primary doc was obviously wrong then, as I believe he is now when he recommends 1000mg of Vitamin D daily. ​ Been there and done that already with very bad results. ​ I don't argue with my doc, but I make my own educated health decisions. ​ Most of our current medical insight seems to be blinded by the "​sunshine vitamin syndrome"​ //​Jasmine//</​blockquote>​ <​blockquote>​ I was on Fosamax for 2 years, which lead to acid reflux and the need for Prilosec. ​ My primary doc was obviously wrong then, as I believe he is now when he recommends 1000mg of Vitamin D daily. ​ Been there and done that already with very bad results. ​ I don't argue with my doc, but I make my own educated health decisions. ​ Most of our current medical insight seems to be blinded by the "​sunshine vitamin syndrome"​ //​Jasmine//</​blockquote>​
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 +<​blockquote>​ I have found an orange juice with calcium and NO D!   I also found a lactose fat free milk (LandOLakes) D free ....with calcium. ​ It is called Dairy Ease.  Perfect for this lactose intolerant, D free, calcium deficient
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 + I do fair better with fortified calcium foods than I do calcium supplements! ​  I tend to get pains in my back if I take more than 800 mgs of calcium daily in pill form.  But I am determined to get my bones stronger</​blockquote>​
  
  
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