Hi Tham, thanks for the information. I am now trying Neem leaves and tumeric paste (blended), so far so good.
At the same time, also taking Omega 3, Olive, Zinc and glucosamine, ah, yes, I have psoriatic arthritis now.
Speaking of Humira, according to the doctor, there is no side effect , googled and the side effects are like you mentioned, higher risk of getting cancer.
Development of two primary malignant melanomas after treatment with adalimumab:
a case report and review of the possible link between biological therapy with
TNF-alpha antagonists and melanocytic proliferation.
I doubt that would be easy to prove. This is not the US, where everyone seems
to sue for everything, and they have lawyers there specializing in malpractice cases.
But why would you want to do that at this difficult time, when you have your
back to the wall, fighting for survival ?
Can you afford the legal fees, which would be pointlessly spent since you
are likely to lose the case ? And I doubt if you can find any lawyers here
to take the case.
He wasn't really negligent, just that he diagnosed it as eczema to the best of
his knowledge and experience.
Use your time and effort to research supplements and drugs for your condition.
I have already given you the info on those that I know of, which will be likely to help.
Like for a start, go to your friendly pharmacy, buy some generic pentoxifylline,
about a dollar each, and pop in one daily for a start, with food.
Despite some negative trials, I think the science behind it is likely to be of some
benefit to you over time.
The reason why I want to sue is, if it is not because of the misdiagnose, my condition would not be this bad.
It has affected me badly, physcially, socially, mentally (my depression relapsed) and now I lost my job
Another reason is to let the doctor know that don't just use the magnifying glass for 5 seconds and came out with the diagnosis.
During my 4th visit, where I got my steroids injection, my conditions were bad enough to tell that it is not eczema, why did he still prescribed me oral steroids?
Dear All, check this out https://www.facebook.com/LuqmanHerbsCentre, ayurmedic, he treats all kind of health problems, not just psoriasis.
I went to see him last sat, so today is day no. 4, too early to tell but I am feeling good.
Dr Christina Chea is not a skin specialist,done small diploma from Singapore,not recognised as specialiat.You will not find her name in the Malaysian Specialist Register and is not a member of the Persatuan Dermatologi Malaysia,where all the dermatologist are listed.The last time my neighbour went to see Dr Christina Chea for psoriasis she also precsribed steroids.Since she is not a specilaist she should not comment on a senior Dermatologist who is the best.
another note: I went to Dr Christina Chea to get some anti-histamine and she was surprised that I was prescribed steroids by Dr. ranjit!
She said steroids is a No-No for Psoriasis.
Dr Christina Chea is not a skin specialist,just a normal G.P.,a small diploma from Singapore is not recognised as skin speilaist,she should pass an expert opinion,I have been to Dr ranjit many times for my psoriasis he always explains every patient and i never was given steroids for my psoriasis.In fact my neighbouir who went to see the so called skin specialist in tiapan USJ was given steroids for psoriasis.