How about the people who have this and it does not just go away? It's hard to say exactly when it started for me because I was treated for individual symptoms, like salivary gland stones x 3 or migraines, joint pain, pitted edema, large rashes that went deep and wept, chest pain, difficulty breathing, vomiting, difficulty swallowing, bouts of pneumonia, they thought I had lung cancer because it had spread so far in a 3 month period, I had a mediastinoscopy, and was diagnosed with sarcoidosis, (it had infiltrated all of the lymph nodes in my lungs) I was told that it would just go away but it did not, both Dr.s and family treated me as if I was crazy for years until after lab test showed the carbon dioxide levels in my blood were high, I went for a sleep study (I am not over weight) and was told I have severe sleep apnea also my all of my antinuclear antibody test were abnormal, I see a pulmonary Dr. this week to see if it has spread into my trachea, this disease is different in everyone, so to say or act as if it will just go away to everyone is wrong, not all test like the ACE are accurate in knowing if it is active, while this disease was spreading in my lungs my test were normal, as a patient, stay vigilant, when you know something is wrong it usually is.
here's several tips for ways to treat sarcoidosis
Consider adjusting your Diet - In some cases sarcoidosis has been associated with celiac disease, such as a reaction to certain protein chains commonly referred to as glutens found in some cereal grains such as wheat.
You could also try different Natural supplements, herbs, and vitamins
Also the use of anti-oxidants and natural anti-inflammatory supplements could be of benefit.
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