Chronic Lymphoid Leukemia [Blood Cancer, CLL], Herpes Zoster and IBS

Chronic Lymphoid Leukemia [Blood Cancer, CLL], Herpes Zoster and IBS

Postherpetic neuralgia (PHN) is the most common complication of herpes zoster, and as such has been an area of extensive medical research for the past three decades. The drug was infliximab in 4 patients, adalimumab in 2 patients, and etanercept in 3 patients, including 2 patients with a prior history of infliximab therapy (for 12 and 36 months, respectively). Patients with acute herpes zoster were assessed with demographic, medical, pain, and psychosocial measures. This observational cohort study involved 79,581 study controls, 15,802 chronic kidney disease patients, 3,694 hemodialysis (HD) patients, 317 peritoneal dialysis (PD) patients, and 159 RT patients. She did not have symptoms of the diseases which she suffered from. In spite of the blood cancer she suffered from for more than 6 years till 2007 she did not have any sign of the disease on her health. Five had low reporting quality.

Chronic Lymphoid Leukemia [Blood Cancer, CLL], Herpes Zoster and IBS
She consulted the skin specialist who diagnosed her a case of Herpes Zoster and advised her blood tests and during those tests she was found to have raised WBC which was 31000/c.mm and her lymphocytes were also raised. RESULTS: We identified 13,321 patients with a diagnosis of CKD who matched the inclusion criteria. Herpes Zoster is a well known painful viral disease, but she did not have any symptom of pain. CONCLUSION : Healthcare costs associated with PHN were substantially greater than those associated with herpes zoster pain that resolved within 30 days. The relative risk of herpes zoster was greatest for patients with COPD using oral steroids. Conclusions: Patients with chronic pain had higher intensity of zoster-related acute pain. She did not have any problem associated with CLL.

She enjoyed the normal health. When she joined the Sarab Rog Ka Aukhad Nam Mission at Ludhiana in 1989, she had two small kids to educate and feed. Her husband had died and she was employed by the Central Govt. She had very bad health at that time. She had to go to toilet for 10-15 times a day. And that problem was long standing and she had her treatment from Calcutta , Delhi and Ludhiana from reputed hospitals for 16 years. She felt that there was no cure for her.

Within days or months of her joining the mission healing sessions her Irritable bowel syndrome [IBS] was cured permanently. She never had that problem again. She had given interview to the press and many patients must have benefited through her encouraging report. She had maintained permanent membership of the mission and works in the healing camps at Ludhiana . She had been amply rewarded for her service.

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