11 1 User Ratings
|BETTER BUT WITH SIDE EFFECTS (1)||5%|
|BETTER BUT NOT CURED (1)||5%|
|WORKED TEMPORARILY (1)||5%|
|SIDE EFFECTS (5)||25%|
I have been ingesting hydrogen peroxide for my scleroderma, which I have had for 13 years. It is the first thing that I have had a result with. I am getting color back into my lesions and they are flattening. I have energy and just a feeling of well being. My question to anyone is my husband, last summer, had sudden death syndrome. With a pacemaker/ fibulator can he do the treatment? He is so impressed with what it did for me that he wants to try it for himself. He is only 56 years old and wants to live a full life. He is back at work but feeling very tired and with all the drugs they have him on (statins, blood thinners, ect. ) Joints really hurt. I just don't know what it would do to his device he has or if it would counter act with his medications.
For people with scleroderma, I started out on the 3 drops of the 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide in 8 oz. If distilled water 3 times a day. Worked up to 25 drops 3 times a day. The 25 drops made me kind of upset to my stomach so I am working back down til I get comfortable then going to hold on the dosage for 2 or 3 weeks. Then I bath every other day in 4 pints of the over-the-counter hydrogen peroxide. Yes, It is working but want to know if it's safe for my hubby!