Posts Tagged "asthma"

Hormone Allergy and Asthma

Posted by on Dec 27, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

Why does my asthma get worse as I get further into menopause? Why is it worse during “hot flashs”? Dear Mrs. W.: As you get older your hormone levels go down. This makes you more “reactive”. You will begin to react in an “allergic” fashion to the postmenopausal hormone progesterone. You can block that hormone allergy using my ProCALM Drops. Order those and we will send you a copy of my book, Maybe It Is All In Your Head, at no charge. We correct this using blood studies to determine your hormone imbalance and then using bioidentical hormones to correct any...

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IC, Interstitial Cystitis

Posted by on May 15, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

Sent: Sat 5/15/2010 4:30 PM location: United Kingdom Your Question: Dear Dr Roby, I would like to take the opportunity to briefly outline my condition of severe Interstitial Cystitis, when it started, the treatments I have had, and where I am today. I am 40 years old and first got my symptoms of Interstitial Cystitis when I was 12 years old – yes, 28 years of trying to find solutions and answers to my endless years of agonising suffering. This including symptoms of extreme burning pain in the bladder and the urethra, chronic inflammation and a constant frequency and urgency to urinate. It is...

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Premenstrual Migraine, Asthma, IC, Fibromyalgia, etc.,

Posted by on May 1, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

The premise of my book and my practice is this: there is a cause for every disorder. I want everyone to do the obvious to find and address the causes BEFORE we turn to drugs and doctors. The obvious causes of many health problems: 1. stress: Walk slowly for an hour before bed. Google LSD Training (long slow distance). 2. Avoid poisons: tobacco, alcohol, sugar, drugs, etc.,. 3. Attitude: say your prayers. If you think you are going to have a bad day…you certainly will. So, we just cut out 20 to 30% of all medical care across the country. Dr....

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ProCALM drops for Hormone Allergy

Posted by on Apr 22, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

Location: Newtown, ct Your Question: I have been going to a fertility doctor for about four months. When my cycle starts I take clomid for five days. Then A few days later I take Prometrium. When I get a sonogram and the time is right they inject Orvidrel.I usually begin to get itchy and uncomfortable. They gave me a chest cat scan. I was released hours after. I was also given IV. That night I took Benadryl because the feeling came back plus my skin started developing a rash from my hips down. The next day I felt the shortness of breath again and went to an ER. They gave me a nebulizer...

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