Nita Yeap’s Story
Name: Nita Yeap
Age: 24 years old
The diagnosis: SLE, Lupus Nephritis
Condition before Treatment
Nita was misdiagnosed with Raynaud's disease in 2006. It was all because a sudden stimulus, Nita looked green around the grills. What’s more, she felt strange inside her body and couldn’t tell what it was. Nita had no dental ulcer, low fever, no light sensitiveness or rash. She took medications as the doctor said. It did work for a while. However, she experienced butterfly shape erythema in her cheeks shortly after the first diagnosis. And then she was diagnosed with SLE (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus) in 2007. Nita was taking traditional Chinese medicine to treat SLE. On December 2007, she developed fatigue, swelling legs, shortness of breath, poor appetite, joint aches, hair loss, photophobia and some other symptoms. In order to seek further reliable treatment, Nita came to Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital in June 2008.
Start of Treatment: June 29, 2008
Treatment from Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy went along with hormones. Some western medicines are used as adjuvant therapy.
Condition after Treatment
The first day after Nita hospitalized, as the doctor described, “she was depressed and sullen.” After a few days’ treatment, Nita’s condition got better. The most obvious change was the butterfly shape erythema began to fade away. She asked her husband to walk her outside now and then. “It’s been a really long time since the diagnosis, she was unhappy all the time. Nita’s mental condition seemed better than before. This is so great!” Nita’s husband told us.
Due to the good recovery of Nita, she was told that she could discharge within 10 days. She needed to adhere to Micro-Chinese Medicine back home in order to prevent the further damages on her kidneys.
Tips from Our Experts for Nita
1. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy focuses mainly on the primary disease instead of the complications, so western medicines are still needed.
2. Pay attention to your daily diet.
3. Regular check-ups are necessary even if there’s no discomfort.
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