The causes of rheumatoid arthritis and other rheumatic diseases

According to official medical dogma, rheumatic diseases develop in genetically predisposed subjects for unknown reasons.

In addition, the immune system begins to mistakenly attack the cells of the host. Therefore, the disorders are referred to as autoimmune disorders.

However, there is much evidence available regarding the infection background of arthritis and most rheumatic diseases.

Presented below are several dozen findings that are not in line with official dogma and cannot be explained by current theories regarding the onset and development of rheumatic diseases.

  1. In some patients, the antibiotic treatment of laryngitis, bronchitis,
    cystitis or any other infection can result in joint pain and swelling
    that lasts for several weeks or months.
  2. The development of arthritis and other immune disorders in a significant percentage of patients with a history of infection.
  3. Frequently, patients have high leukocyte and/or lymphocyte counts, or their leukocyte and/or lymphocyte levels increase as the disease’s symptoms increase.
  4. Most patients present with constant or periodical (mostly upon exacerbation of the disease) lymph node enlargement.
  5. The disease is often associated with pyrexia or sub-febrile conditions, or the body temperature increases that occur upon disease exacerbation.
  6. Usually, the disease exacerbates during infections and reduced immunity conditions.
  7. The incidence of most rheumatic diseases, even mild infectious ones, increases significantly during epidemics.
  8. The disease may develop after a strong emotional shock.
  9. The disease commonly starts during a period of chronic stress.
  10. The development of rheumatic diseases is also often due to overworking, particularly chronic overworking.
  11. The discontinuation of steroid hormones (in patients without immunological diseases) or hormone replacement treatment in healthy women may lead to the disease’s development.
  12. The disease may develop following trauma, particularly severe trauma.
  13. The disease may develop after surgery.
  14. Numerous immunological diseases are alleviated or resolved after measures are taken to eliminate microorganisms from the system.
  15. There is a rapid exacerbation of symptoms in some patients after they are given antibiotics.
  16. The arthritis-suppressing efficacy of various diets contradicts the official theories.
  17. There is a frequent incidence of immune comorbidities, including thyroid diseases, psoriasis, albinism, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, etc.
  18. There can be a transient or permanent resolution of symptoms after the patient has changed their place of residence.
  19. There may be a reduction in the activity of the disease after the administration of herbal products, vitamins, microelements, or minerals.
  20. Numerous diseases may be cured by traditional Chinese medicine, herbal medicine, or homeopathy.
  21. A significant improvement may be seen following a patient’s long-term exposure to lower temperatures.
  22. A significant improvement may occur following a patient’s long-term exposure to higher temperatures.
  23. There may be a spontaneous resolution of the disease.
  24. Rheumatic symptoms can be improved or completely suppressed (not only in RA) following low-dose naltrexone (LDN).
  25. Porcine whipworm infestation reduces the intensity of numerous immunological disorders, as was shown in an experiment by Dr Joel Weinstock.
  26. Hydrogen peroxide can effectively treat rheumatic diseases.
  27. Colon hydrotherapy or conventional enemas use water, herbal extracts, coffee, etc., are highly effective in suppressing immunological diseases.
  28. The delivery of a child often marks the onset of the disease in women who have not previously suffered from it.
  29. Individuals with persistently high leukocyte and lymphocyte levels and enlarged lymph nodes respond poorly to conventional treatment.
  30. Discontinuing anti-arthritic medications before remission leads to a recurrence of the disease that is more difficult to treat than the previous episode.
  31. The therapeutic effects are seen to be suppressed in many patients when they are treated with either the same medication or a combination of different medications.
  32. In a clinical study of a population of 30 patients, no improvement could be achieved in three patients, despite the biological treatment being applied. All three of them suffered from chronic parasitic infestation.
  33. Most patients with generalized osteoarthritis experience the same onset of the disease as patients with arthritis do.
  34. Ozone therapy suppresses gastrointestinal and musculoskeletal symptoms in many patients with arthritis, ulcerative colitis, or Crohn’s disease.
  35. The oral administration of boron suppresses the activity of rheumatic diseases.


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