Reduction of Symptoms of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis and Chronic Fatigue
A female patient presented to the Bio-Wellness Center on September 13th, 2017 after being diagnosed with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis with symptoms of shortness of breath, low energy, constipation, and acid reflux. She was diagnosed with mixed connective tissue disease with Raynauds phenomenon manifesting symptoms of cold hands and feet. She had difficulty gaining weight due to a severe lack of appetite. Her primary care physician had prescribed her Aspirin, Ativan, Tylenol, Claritin, Mucinex, Flonase, and Vitanol primarily for mucus congestion.
The doctor requested the patient complete a comprehensive blood analysis. The findings revealed the patient is anemic and had possible internal bleeding in the gut. It showed that she had dysbiosis in the gut possibly due to an infection based on a B12, Folate, B5 and Iron deficiency. Her blood cells are too large, leading to an inability to deliver oxygen properly based on her MCV levels. Her neutrophils and monocytes were very high, indicating that she has a bacterial invasion. Her sodium and calcium levels were low, as were her BUN levels, indicating possible adrenal and kidney dysfunction. Her albumin was also low indicating the patient may have liver, bile duct, and gallbladder congestion. The result showed parathyroid and endocrine dysfunction possibly due to an overload of heavy metals.
The doctor developed a treatment plan to address the liver, kidney, GI, and lung-related problems to help improve energy, shortness of breath, and digestive problems. The doctor recommended the patient begin Wei Laboratories protocol which consisted of Soup A to help restore the lung structure, Soup B to help break down scar tissue in the lungs, LC Balancer to enhance kidney function, Brown to support the liver in detoxification, Levera to help remove buildup of toxins due to liver inflammation and KS to help reduce kidney inflammation. In addition, she was recommended to take Probiosis to reduce stomach and intestinal inflammation, PA to reduce inflammation in the pancreas and relieve her constipation, SJ to help repair stomach lining, Spring Capsule to restore proper stomach acidity to resolve acid reflux, and Formula B to promote proper gastric empty. The doctor also recommended that the patient support the Wei Laboratories protocol with digestive enzymes and a low-carb diet rich in protein and fat.
On September 24th, the patient reported that her hands and feet were not getting as cold anymore. Her hands would previously turn white from being so cold and now would seldom turn white. No other improvements were reported at that time. On October 3rd, the patient had reported her overall breathing had improved. She was sleeping better, was more alert during the day and no longer had stomach pain. Her coughing episodes were substantially reduced and her breathing at rest was not labored anymore. The patient did mention that she had been experiencing anxiety and depression, especially before bedtime. The doctor recommended her to start taking Wei Laboratories Calm formula 1 capsule 3x a day with an addition 2 capsules before bed.
On October 8th, the patient reported having fewer episodes of anxiety and depression. She described feeling 180 degrees different and started to make plans to go outside. The coughing had subsided completely with significantly improved breathing. The patient did note that she was having some edema and swelling in the legs in which the doctor suggested her to add in Java formula to support lymphatic drainage.
On October 19th, the patient reported finally gaining weight. Her breathing was no longer a nuisance and had allowed her to go grocery shopping with her daughter over the weekend. Although her energy levels were much higher, the patient noticed that she still felt very fatigued at times throughout the day. There was a pattern of having good energy levels until the afternoon. She even had an episode with nausea and threw up. Even though the liver health should be much better at this point, the doctor felt that there may be other gram-negative bacteria in the liver and recommended adding Wei Laboratories Bilegen, L-2, and L-3 formulas to further strengthen liver immunity and clear the liver infection by the gram negative bacteria. The doctor also thought that there may be fungus in the liver and pancreas and a parasite in the bile duct and advised her to start taking Glymycin, Glymycin-R, Levera-R, and Paramin-R to reduce congestion of the liver and pancreas due to infections related to fungus and/or parasites.
After adding the additional liver support and infection clearing products, the patient reported exercising for 15 minutes in the morning and evening on November 2nd. Her energy levels have increased tremendously and she was ready to begin gym exercises. On November 14th, the patient noticed she was only experiencing coughing when she drinks cold temperature drinks due to it creating spasms because of her mixed connective tissue disease. The doctor recommended only consuming room temperature drinks. The doctor also increased her Vitamin C intake to 3000 mg per day. For the first time in 2 years, she now feels her energy is stable and has talked with her family to buy a car and start driving again.
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