Posts Tagged "ProCALM"

Interstitial Cystitis Treatment with HRT

Posted by on Nov 23, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

I am a 54 year old female who is still getting her period about every 30 days for 5 days. I was diagnosed with interstitial cystitis in 1998 by using salt test and prescribed Elmiron at that time. Within one month my symptoms were gone. I stayed on Elmiron for 1 year and have not had an episode of IC in 12 years. I recently August 2010 went on bioidentical hormones for perimenopausal symptoms; estradiol/progesterone/testosterone creme I apply for 1st 25 days of my cycle. Dosage is 4/4/50 with a delivery of 2/2/25. I am experiencing an exacerbation of my IC symptoms and do not know what to...

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Interstitial Cystitis and Elmiron

Posted by on Jul 19, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

Dr. Roby: I have been diagnosed with IC and I’ve been taking Elmiron for 8 month with much success. I would like to find a natural alternative. What can you recommend? IC Patient Dear Patient: If the Elmiron is working you might have to stick with that. You could try my ProCALM drops which we use to block IC symptoms. After using it a week or so you could stop the Elmiron and see if you continue to be free of symptoms. ProCALM is made from natural bioidentical hormones. Warm regards, Dr....

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Eczema

Posted by on Jul 6, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

Hi Dr. Roby I have a question. Do you think that since I’m allergic to molds and cheese is a mold I might be allergic to cheese, not dairy, just cheese? I haven’t eaten any cheese since I left for Michigan and my skin looks AMAZING!! Also, maybe something in Texas makes it worse?? I don’t know. But is that a possibility? Maggie ps. how did your knee surgery go? Splendid except for the fact that I didn’t really think about how they would do it. Two weeks of the most amazing pain because …he took a saw and sawed off my leg, top and bottom. Today is the first day I...

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Parkinson’s Tremor Responds to ProCALM Drops

Posted by on May 24, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

Parkinson’s tremor of over 15 years responds to ProCALM and EpiCALM sublingual drops (SLIT treatment). Video shows “best” tremor at the beginning and over 50% improvement in under two minutes. Not FDA approved. These are experimental drops....

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Pain Relief With ProCALM

Posted by on May 16, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

Sent: Sun 5/16/2010 6:56 AM To: Russell Roby Subject: for your blog Dear Dr. Roby, I am writing to let you and everyone else know the miracle of ProCALM for pain and inflammation! I had polio as a baby at 14 months old. It destroyed the muscles in my back so as I grew my spine curved. I wore a Milwaukee brace on my back until I was 18 when my hips capped and I stopped growing. The brace kept my spine from curving any more than it already had. I have an S curve which measures 27 degrees on top and between 11-14 degrees on the bottom. The bottom curve actually balances out the top curve so I...

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Hives, Weight Gain, Hormone Imbalance

Posted by on May 13, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

location: Lincoln park Your Question: Finding your web site sounds like an answer to a prayer! About seven years ago I had my first outbreak of hives and from then till now I haven’t been diagnosed with anything. I have said many times it is like I am allergic to myself!!! I am 56 and have had 3 periods in months, don’t miss them!! But I still have hives everyday sometimes mild sometimes severe I try and control with Benadryl because I always got the same thing. At the hospital I must have came into contact with something I’m allergic to!! But I also have foggy thinking,...

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IC, Interstitial Cystitis

Posted by on May 10, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

location: Riverside, CA YourQuestion: Dr. Roby, I’m not sure what information is pertinent, so I’ll provide a brief history…I am 34 years old and was diagnosed with IC in May 2009. (As your hormones begin to go down, naturally enough at this age) My symptoms have ranged from excrutiating pain during flares to weeks with little or no pain. I carefully watch my diet and have eliminated acid, spices, caffeine, and preservatives (foods and spices are always part of this problem, see my section on “foods to avoid”). I faithfully exercised – running 2 miles a...

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ProCALM drops, Immediate Relief

Posted by on May 7, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

location: Reno, NV Your Question: Are these drops similar to the ones you use to desensitize to progesterone allergy? You talk of the diluted versions you use to determine what makes symptoms go away- can I dilute these and make them more effective or make them work differently? I just received my bottle. Should I experience relief of symptoms immediately, as I read about in your book when patients first come to your office and you use the drops? Or are these a different mechanism? Thanks, K. Dear Mrs. K.: We offer several sets of drops for slightly different types of hormone allergy. We...

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IC, Interstitial Cystitis, PCOS

Posted by on May 7, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

location: knoxville,tn. YourQuestion: I AM HAVING TROUBLE WITH CYSTIS AFTER INTERCOURSE WITH MY HUSBAND. I HAVE BEEN ON ANTIBIOTICS AND AZO TYPE PRODUCTS FOR SIX MONTHS OR SO. THE DOCTOR THINKS IT IS IC AND PCOS. I DO NOT KNOW I JUST WANT TO FEEL BETTER. I KNOW MY HUSBAND GETS FRUSTRATED AND SO DO I .I ALSO CRAMP ALOT. WELL I WOULD LIKE YOUR OPINION. Dear Mrs. P: Regardless of the diagnosis, pelvic pain is almost always associated with an allergic reaction to the hormone progesterone. If your symptoms get worse the week before your period that is most likely an allergic reaction to the...

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Night Sweats, Hair Loss, Scalp Pain

Posted by on May 7, 2010 in hormone allergy | Comments Off

location: New York Your Question: Hi DR Roby: I was diagnosed with premature ovarian failure last year at 36. This year has been a nightmare. I was told that I needed HRT and wanted to go as natural as possible. I just had my period in February 2010 was feeling good but right after I had the worst symptoms.. (this describes an allergic reaction to your own estrogen, hormone allergy) night/day sweats, insomnia, loss of memory was effecting my every day life. I took tests in beginning of April 2010 and found that my estrodiol was 7.8. I immediately went on Vivelle Dot .1(first…05...

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