Cardiac Sarcoidosis: What You Should Know

In cardiac sarcoidosis, abnormal clumps of cells called granulomas form within the heart, potentially causing several cardiac problems.

— Read on www.verywellhealth.com/cardiac-sarcoidosis-what-you-should-know-4157453

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  1. Besides what the doctors say, i would look into natural ways to help curtail it… like with certain herbs perhaps.

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    1. Basil Rene says:

      Hopefully they will eventually figure out what causes Sarcoidosis all together.

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      1. Clint B. says:

        Trying to treat Cardiac Sarcodosis with herbs and natural remedies is like playing around with a loaded gun! iIt is a rare form of sarcoidosis only affecting around 5% of sarcoid population but most lethal. considered terminal. average life expectancy is five years. But studies and sample sizes are few, old, and small. i can trace my CS back 12 yeas. It is rare and goes mostly undiagnosed. Have a friend who tried remicade infusions instead of dreaded prednisone and went into a Ventricle Tachycardia Storm. His AICD shocked him ten times in two weeks. if not for that device he would be dead. He is now on prednisone and an immunosuppressant.

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        1. Basil Rene says:

          Clint the comment was aimed at prevention, not treatment. Unfortunately the entire medical community is based on suppression of symptoms rather than preventative medicine. I do believe that alternative medicine in conjunction with conventional medicine is what is needed right now rather than just taking meds. I was given a prognosis of 5 -10 years and I am still going strong 12 years later because I combined both modalities. As I always say, “know thyself and cure thyself”. Know your body and you will help your body.

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